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Important Terms Explained

These are some important terms used in this website are explained.


A competitive sport in which dogs navigate an obstacle course as quickly and accurately as possible.


A yearly checkup with a veterinarian to assess a pet’s overall health and wellness.

Behavioral Training

A type of training that focuses on correcting problematic behavior in pets.

Crate Training

A method of training a pet to feel comfortable and secure in a crate or carrier.


Tiny flakes of skin or fur that are shed by pets and can cause allergies in some people.


A small, parasitic insect that feeds on the blood of pets and can cause skin irritation and other health problems.


The process of maintaining a pet’s hygiene and appearance through activities such as brushing, bathing, and trimming.

Heart Worm

A parasitic worm that is transmitted to pets through mosquito bites and can cause serious health problems, including heart failure.

Holistic Pet Care

A type of pet care that emphasizes natural and alternative therapies, such as herbal remedies and acupuncture.


Dry pet food that is typically made from a combination of meat, grains, and other ingredients.


A strap or cord that is attached to a pet’s collar or harness to allow for control and restraint during walks or other outdoor activities.

Litter Box

A container used for indoor elimination by cats and other small pets.


A small, implanted device that can be used to identify and locate a lost or stolen pet.


A surgical procedure to remove a male pet’s testicles or a female pet’s ovaries in order to prevent reproduction and reduce certain health risks.

Obedience Training

A program of training and socialization designed to teach a pet basic commands and manners.

Pet Adoption

The process of taking ownership of a pet from an animal shelter or rescue organization.

Raw Diet

A diet that consists primarily of uncooked meat, bones, and organs, and is sometimes used as an alternative to traditional pet food.

Senior Pet Care

Specialized care for older pets, which may include changes to their diet, exercise routine, and medical care.


A temporary home for pets in need of adoption or rescue.


The process of exposing a pet to a variety of people, animals, and environments in order to help them develop good behavior and social skills.


A surgical procedure to remove the reproductive organs of female pets, such as dogs and cats.

Training Treats

Small, bite-sized treats used as rewards during pet training sessions.


A preventive measure against infectious diseases in pets, which involves administering a vaccine.