Potty Training Puppy Apartment has been created in order to help you teach your dog how to potty and where to sleep and stay while you are being busy. It can be found only on their website and there is no official store in any corner of the world. It means that before deciding to buy something from them, like an indoor dog bathroom for example, you have to call them and receive the information you want.
They offer you a DVD with all the necessary advice that could help you cope with your beloved dog and for a small amount of money you can even buy a crate for your pet. It has different sizes, depending on the dimensions and preferences of your dog and it is simple to use. If you consider yourself a modern person and want to keep up with the latest trends in training your dog, PTPA could be a great investment for you.
People choose to be surrounded by pets, as they become more loveable, they feel they have someone to rely on, they feel like being loved by somebody, even if that one is not a human being. But an indoor dog bathroom is not only a source of fancy style, but also an useful tool in your house and in a safe investment for your dog.
You cannot neglect yourself and your pet due to the lack of money. It is up to you to make everything you can in order to assure to your pet everything it needs. If you knew you were not able to raise it and take care of it, then you would not have accepted to buy it. A dog is said to be one man’s best friend, due to its loyalty and obedience. As a result, it deserves the best living conditions and it should have no reason to cause you problems.
In order to avoid difficult situations like having to clean up after your dog who did not knew where to potty, we suggest you to consider buying a create offered by Potty Training Puppy Apartment and start a new life with your educated dog. An indoor dog bathroom is useful for your pet as well, as it is part of its behavior to do its needs in a special place. It gets even more useful when you have no time to join it outside and wait for it to release from its biological rests.
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Few animals have tickled human’s imagination in the way gorillas did, these being the largest primates. Most gorillas live in inaccessible regions, in African tropical forests, being intensively studied in the past 30 years. The Mountain Gorilla is a massive animal, with a short and thick body, broad chest and shoulders. The eyes and ears are smaller compared to the large head and the black muzzle. To the older adult males a hairy crest develops, making their heads appear larger than it actually is. Hands are longer compared to the short legs. Adult males are twice larger than females.
This animal is shy and quiet. Usually, it is peaceful, but if it feels threatened it will bravely defend the family. Families are composed of up to 30 members, which are very united. Even if groups are smaller, these have usually a male adult, one or more females and several young members. Gorillas are very attached to their group members and even if more groups get together, at the time of separation gorillas tend to return to the original group.
The Mountain Gorilla feeds on a wide variety of plants, its favorite being wild celery, bamboo, thistles, nettles and various fruits. It seems that these plants provide it sufficient liquids because the mountain gorillas do not drink water. The only enemies of these animals are leopards and man.
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This animal is one of the smallest bears, with a length of 1.4 to 1.8m (4.6-6ft), a tail of 6-7 inches and a weight of 55-190kg (121-400lbs). It is found in South Asia: India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan. The sloth bear is distinguished by its long and rough fur, especially around the ears, neck and muscles. The color varies from black to brown or reddish, and the muzzle is usually much lighter or even white. The large and powerful claws enable it to easily climb trees.
The Sloth Bear feeds on ants, termites, fruits, honey and it is known to be the only species of bear that eats ants and termites. It lives in tropical forests, savannas and grasslands and it’s largely nocturnal or crepuscular. The breeding season varies according to location, during June-July, and females give birth, usually to one or two cubs, which remain with their mother for 1.5 to 2.5 years. The sloth bear can live up to 30 years. The only natural threat of this bear is the tiger and possibly the leopard. The bear avoids areas where human disturbance is high and it is particularly vulnerable to loss of habitat because of its reliance on lowland areas, which are most readily used by people.
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This is the common name for a species of sea snails belonging to the family Cypraeidae. The golden cowrie is a very rare species which hides in the coral of the tropical waters of the Pacific Ocean. The name (cowrie) is used to refer to the shell of these snails, which has the dorsum like an egg shape and a translucent look. There are various species of cowries whose shell dimension varies, from small shells to large ones, in different color patterns.
The golden cowrie is found at a depth of approximately 100 feet in the west-central to south-central of the Pacific. Usually it prefers coming out to feed at night, while in daylight it hides in the reef. It has orange shell, very shiny and smooth, rounded but flat on the underside, with white margins. The porcelain-like shell of this sea snail is used today for decorative purposes, in jewelry and also for collection. Cowrie shells are often subject to damage from crabs, their crushing force being fatal to the sea snails. Also octopuses love to eat these sea snails by injecting venom into its prey.
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Beagle is a dog breed of medium to small size. This breed belongs to the hunting dogs and is small, with short legs and soft and longer ears. The initial purpose for the Beagle dog was to smell the prey, generally rabbits, in hunting. This dog has a highly developed olfactory sense and an instinct to track that recommends it for missions like the detection of banned substances. Beagles are very popular as pets because of their size, temperament and lack of genetic health problems, for treatment and vaccines it is recommended to use pet medicine from vet medic.
Dogs of this breed have a solid and stout body. They tire hard but they don’t need too much exercise, although joggings should be done regularly to avoid the weight gain to which this breed is liable. This dog is rarely aggressive or shy. It enjoys the company and it quickly becomes friends with strangers, and this is why it is not a very good dog for guard. The Beagle dogs are very friendly with children and this is one of the reasons why they are such popular pets. Being a pack dog, it can be very attached to a person and suffers at goodbyes. Also, it gets along well with other dogs. Like any small to medium sized dog, the Beagle dog lives about 12 years.
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Sturgeons still delight us by their physical appearance and strength, by the taste of their flesh or roe, by their mystery from the time of dinosaurs. They are the oldest species of fish living in the world. Of all species of sturgeons, the Chinese sturgeon is the largest. It has existed for 140 million years, being one of the oldest animals that live in the world.
As the name implies, this fish is specific to China. The body shape of this animal resembles the shark, and of all species of fish that live in fresh water, the Chinese sturgeon ranks the top place in the size. Mature specimens can have a length of 4m (13 feet) and a weight exceeding 500kg (1,100lb). The physical structure of the sturgeon is distinct. This is a migratory fish; when young, it lives in the sea along the east coast of China, while at the age of 9-18 years old, in summer and fall it moves in groups in the Yangzi River. After a year, after having traveled nearly 2,500km, it arrives in Jinsha River, a tributary of the Yangzi River, to deposit the eggs. To avoid extinction of this extremely valuable fish species, today the Chinese sturgeon is protected by the Chinese government.
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This spider is one of the well-known species of the genus Latrodectus. The black widow is a medium-sized spider, as black as pitch, with red spots on the abdomen. It lives in a funnel-shaped canvas, under rocks, among weeds or in soil depths. Female’s venom is very dangerous for people (males almost never bite). An injection of venom from a black widow spider can be lethal, being similar to viper’s venom or the cobra’s venom and causing very serious symptoms, known as latrodectism (hence the species name).
The organs through which the poison is inoculated are in the form of pliers and are linked to the special organs, which occupy much of the space of the cephalothorax, with a capacity of 3-5mg of neurotoxic venom. This contains about 12 amino acids and some protein fractions, one of which has extremely powerful toxic effects. The good news is that the spider can inject only a very small amount of venom. The bad news is that this amount is sufficient to cause terrible pain to the bitten one, restlessness, facial grimacing, hypertension, irregular pulse, acute abdomen, nausea, vomiting and so on. The most vulnerable are young children, the elderly and the one who suffer from heart disease. If you suspect a black widow’s bite, go immediately to the hospital. There is a very effective treatment that suppresses pain.
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The raccoon is an omnivorous animal that has adapted to the living near man’s house, becoming a ‘problem-animal’ in many situations. But over the years it has adapted so well to live among man that has become a pet in some situations. This animal is a mammal specific of North America, medium-sized and the largest of the family Procyonidae. It measures between 40 and 70 centimeters (15-27 in) and can weigh between 3.5 and 9 kilograms (7.7-20 lb).
It is a nocturnal mammal and consumes equal amounts of vegetation, invertebrates and vertebrates. This mammal has dark gray fur, thick and ideal for the cold areas in North America. A specific feature of this animal is the short front paws. Because of those, this mammal proves amazing dexterity in the animal kingdom, managing to open windows, to rummage in garbage and climb everywhere it smells food. The raccoon’s appearance is completed by the sharp snout, small and rounded ears and a face that is reminiscent of a bandit’s mask. Moreover, the intelligence of this interesting mammal was studied for long by biologists and researchers alike. It turned out that raccoons can remember various roads and paths that it made almost three years ago. The life expectancy of this mammal is 1.8 – 3 years in the wild, but in captivity it can live to 20 years.
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The Green Iguana is an arboreal herbivorous species of lizard, which can reach 2 meters (6.6 feet) long. The green iguana has different shades, from light green to gray-green. It has tough skin and a row of spines along the back. With its long fingers and claws it climbs and clings. This lizard is spread over a vast area, from Mexico to southern Brazil and Paraguay, and in the Caribbean. Besides the long fingers and claws mentioned above, this lizard has other interesting features. It has well developed the sense of smell and hearing and an excellent vision. The long and very sharp tail is used as a defense mechanism. If a predator grabs and breaks the lizard’s tail, this regenerates without permanent damage. The skin color gives the lizard the possibility to camouflage, thus avoiding predators.
The green iguana is a diurnal and cold-blooded animal, which means that its body does not produce heat. To keep warm, the lizard lies in the sun, on warm rocks, absorbing the sun’s heat. Like many tropical species, the green iguana is threatened by habitat destruction. It is also a victim of the pet industry.
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The Wild Turkey is large bird which comes from North America and is a member of the Galliformes. The adult wild turkey has long reddish-yellow or grayish-green legs, and black body. Males have a large head, reddish, featherless, red neck and throat of the same color. On each foot have three toes and spurs. One of the specific features of the turkey is the large, black, fan-shaped tail. The wings are glossy bronze.
Turkeys are surprisingly agile. Very cautious, they run away as soon as they feel they are in danger. Their ideal habitat is the savanna and forest regions. In early spring, the turkey makes a specific sound, which attracts females. Males are polygamous. To impress females, they spread out their tail. The bright colors (blue, red and white) on the neck and head can change depending on their mood.
Wild turkeys are often looking for food in people’s yards, and because they can easily find food and they are not pretentious, they survive easily and multiply rapidly. Sometimes turkeys gather in groups and they follow the lead of the strongest of them. After mating, females search for a place to make their nest of mud and branches; then lay a clutch of 10 to 14 eggs, usually one per day. The incubation period is at least 28 days. Eggs are to the liking of raccoons, skunks, gray foxes, rodents and snakes. Adults are hunted by coyotes, lynx, eagles, red foxes and owls.
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