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Breaking a Puppy’s Chewing Habit

Puppies chew “stuff.” They chew on whatever is available. They aren’t connoisseurs of the best chewing materials. They’ll chew on an old house slipper or a new pair of Pradas; one is just as good as the other from the puppy’s point of view. The corner of an antique table works just as well as […] Read more
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A Guide To Dog Training

Before starting dog training, it is best that you know your options well. These days you can find many types of dog training, in many different places. These trainings vary in price and each one them has something different to offer. The first type of dog training is known as puppy preschool. This is a […] Read more
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When Dog Training Really Matters

Dogs can be very sociable. In fact, they sometimes get too sociable and get aggressive. That is why it is important to train the dogs to control their behavior. Moreover, dog trainings are important to avoid dog biting incidents. Statistics show that 77% of dog biting cases are mostly those that are within the family. […] Read more
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Submissive Urination With A Young Dog

I have an eleven month old English Springer Spaniel “Gemini”. For the past nine months I have been using clicker training, the gentle leader, and various other methods with no success. The trainer who was helping me told me our dog was untrainable, which I didn’t believe because she is so smart. I purchased an […] Read more
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Raising Your Dog – Important Steps to Take From 6 Weeks to 2 Months of Age

Physically, this is the full weaning period. At the beginning, the puppy is being nourished half by nursing and half by feeding. At 2 months the process is completed, and he can leave his mother. Between 6 and 8 weeks is a good time for ear-cropping, if necessary by the vet. He is growing rapidly […] Read more
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Universal Principles For Successful Dog Training

Dog training is not rocket science and is not as difficult as you think. It is certainly possible for ANY dog owner to train their dogs themselves provided they put in adequate amount of effort. The principles listed here are universal to dog training of any dog breeds, be it sporting, working, toy or terrier, […] Read more
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Dog Training Collar A Making Your Dog More Manegeable

Dog Training Collar – Making Your Dog More Manegeable Dog training collars always looked so mean to me especially the choker collars. I had one for my dog when I was little. My dad used it to train my dog. Apparently, as the breeder and trainer said, they were the only really efficient way to […] Read more

Dog Training Tips That Anyone Can Use

Dog Training Tips That Anyone Can Use Getting frustrated with your dog? Is she treating your house like one big chew toy, or having a hard time mastering housetraining? Is she jumping up on you when you’d rather she didn’t? Great news – most canine behavior problems can be easily lessened or eliminated outright by […] Read more
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A Beginners Guide To Training Your Dog 3

A Beginners Guide To Training Your Dog A common pet among many people are dogs. Dogs make great household companions, as they are very lovable and playful. Dogs can be a great pet for anyone if they are trained properly. Use the advice in the following article if you need help training your dog. Make […] Read more

Dog Training Discover What Training Is The Best Way And Foundation To Accomplish Many Types Of Dog Trainings

Dog Training – Discover What Training Is The Best Way And Foundation To Accomplish Many Types Of Dog Trainings There are many different styles of dog training, and finding the one that works best for you is important for creating a dog that is a talented, loyal and faithful member of the family. All successful […] Read more