Jul 25
Is your pet worth $100,000? It may be if you don't make accommodations for it when selling your home. A Hundred Thousand Dollar Pet? A house I'd seen with a potential buyer in an attractive neighborhood built around two lakes sold for $100,000 less than was typical for the neighborhood. Do you know what caused it to sell for that much less? A pet. Actually, two pets. I can hear you thinking, "How can that be? Surely she doesn't know what she's talking about this time. How could two pets reduce ...
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Jul 24

Building Credit Ideas

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There are several ways that we can build credit. If you are tired of collectors hounding you, or if you are frustrated that no one will loan you money because you never had credit, it is time to learn how to build your credit. First, and foremost never purchase items you do not need. If you 'want', do not let your wants wear you down and get you deeper in debt. If you are searching to build credit and have no history at all, make sure you have your priorities in order. Bad Credit Building ...
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Jul 23
According to the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association, more than 40 million American households share their lives with more than 68 million dogs. Obviously, dogs are a very popular pet. Unfortunately, as much as we love them, they can leave us with more mess to clean up. Your dog can "accidentally" leave stains and odors. It would be fantastic if you can find easier ways to keep your home looking clean and non-smelling. If you have to constantly fight with pet hair, paw ...
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Jul 22

House train your cat

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Is your house your house or is your cat's house? Is your cat climbing the curtains, chewing cords, digging in the garbage, jumping on counters or tables, ripping the carpet or rugs, Here are some tips for training your cat in the house. Curtains and drapes look great to your cat they can climb them and use them for chewing and shedding. Using tension rods when possible is great. When your cat tries to climb or scratch, they will come down and cause noise to your cat that will result in soon he ...
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Jul 21
One of the most confusing and anxiety-ridden areas of dog training is house training. Yet, it is one of the most important, especially for the humans involved. The best way to understand and find success with house training is to use the dog's own nature to help you. Dogs are, by instinct, very clean animals. They would rather not soil any areas where they normally sleep or eat. Dogs are also creatures of habit --- they like to know where they're supposed to go urinate and defecate. If the dog ...
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Jul 20
House training a puppy is one of the first, and one of the most important things, that any new dog owner must do. It is easy to get frustrated if you do not understand the basics of this important process, so we have put together a few tips to make the process of house training your puppy a little easier. It is vital to establish good toilet and hygiene habits in the puppy when he is young, since the patterns that are established in those first few months can last a lifetime. When you ...
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Jul 19
/p> Building your credit is a sure-fired solution for stopping creditors and collection agencies from nagging you every day. If you are attempting to reestablish your status in life, you must realize there is a bumpy road ahead. Creditors are people you owe and if you do not pay, the creditors will go lengths to get their money. Regardless of the laws and regulations stipulated on credit bureaus, creditors, collection agencies, and other sources that collect debt, many will break all the ...
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Jul 18
House training is one of those issues that every dog owner must grapple with. In most cases house training is the first major milestone in the relationship between owner and dog, and it can sometimes be difficult and confusing for owner and dog alike. The best house training procedures are those that use the dog's own instincts to the owner's advantage. These strategies take into account the dog's reluctance to soil the spots where he eats and sleeps. This is the concept behind den training ...
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Jul 17
House training your dog properly is one of the most important aspects of dog ownership. More dogs are surrendered to animal shelters for elimination problems than for any other reason, so proper house training can literally be a lifesaver. The most popular ways to house break dogs, and the ones that are the most effective, are those that use the dog's own instincts to provide this important lesson. Dogs are instinctively very clean animals, and they try very hard to avoid soiling the areas ...
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Jul 16
Copyright 2005 William Tan 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom and Wealth Building STEP 4: The Business Setup - Choosing the Right Partner With advancement in technology, the options trading business can be easily setup with a few clicks of the mouse. Welcome to the online world of trading. Equity trading is a serious business because it involves a lot of money - your money. It can build wealth and can also destroy wealth. Either you make money from the market, which belongs to someone else, or ...
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