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By: Baily Richards
Dog Training Takes Know How There are myths and old wives' tales about dog training, but those people who are about to buy an untrained puppy should do some r (read entire article)
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By: Quinn Redmond
Looking at Dog Training Tools While most people realize that a dog needs a little bit of training in order to develop a certain concept of obedience most p (read entire article)
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By: Dakota Ulrich
Dog Training Tips That Will Work For All Dogs There is new scientific evidence that dogs chose to come out of the wild and live with humans, rather than taken fr (read entire article)
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By: Quinn Redmond
Dog Training Tip For Teaching Your Dog To Stay Pony was my first puppy. She came into my life nearly three years ago as a seven week old bundle of live wires. I (read entire article)
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By: Sky Hudgins
Dog Training Supplies Help With The Process Every pet owner wants to have an animal that behaves appropriately so they can all live harmoniously together. (read entire article)
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By: Leigh Day
Do All Dogs Need Dog Training Schools? The short answer is no. The longer answer is “it depends on the dog”. Dogs are not all alike, just as thei (read entire article)
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By: Quinn Redmond
Different Kinds Of Dog Training Products Dogs are one of the most popular pets that you could easily train and make you feel more relaxed and have a wonderf (read entire article)
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By: Cameron Stewart
Examining Guide Training for a Dog Training a dog is a complicated process, but the end result of properly enacted training process will generally result i (read entire article)
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By: Jessie Geralds
Things To Remember When House Training A Dog When it comes to our pet dogs, most of the time, we get to treat them like babies and meaning, we almost have to (read entire article)
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By: Alex Richardson
Hunting Dog Training Grooms A Special Pet A hunting dog is more than a companion. Many hunters love dogs, and they choose dogs to be a special companion an (read entire article)
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By: Dylan Wilson
Getting The Most Out Of Your Dog's Natural Abilities With Police Dog Training Police dog training is important for police department dog to perform their (read entire article)
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By: Pat King
Service Dog Training Procedure Dogs are definitely man's best friend in all the animals in the animal kingdom. They can be relied on to protect us, keep (read entire article)
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By: Evan Tyler
Recognizing The Signs Of Diabetes In Your Dog Dogs share most of our lives with us – our laughter, our suffering, our beds, our hearts and conditions like (read entire article)
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By: Jamie Preston
Training Your Dog Can Be Rewarding Training your dog can bring real and substantial rewards. Many people love to have a dog to provide companionship and uncon (read entire article)
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By: Dakota Ulrich
The Success of Therapy Dog Training For those who are not entirely familiar with dogs, most people assume that dogs are rather limited in the skills in which t (read entire article)
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By: Rae Goodman
There are many cultures that hold animals in high esteem. Many ancient religions were based on the worship of animals. In the United States people spend millions of dollars annually on the care and pa (read entire article)
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By: Bobbie McKee
Dog Training - Teaching Rover to Come! by Bobbie McKee Most of the time the pup will come when you call him. Notice we said most of the time. That is not enough. You want him to come every time you (read entire article)
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By: Bobbie McKee
Dog Training - Teaching Rover to Stay! by Bobbie McKee Teaching the pup to stay after he's learned to sit at your command is a natural step. The combination of sit-stay is one that will help keep yo (read entire article)
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By: Bobbie McKee
Dog Training - Teaching Rover to Sit! by Bobbie McKee Teach your pup to sit as his first lesson. There are several good reasons why you should start with this command. First, sitting comes naturally (read entire article)
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By: John Philips
Golden Retrievers - An Exceptional Breed Of Dog by John Philips Golden Retrievers are the preferred option for many people who wish to own a dog. They are renowned as show dogs, obedience competitor (read entire article)
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By: Bob Evanston
The History of Dogs by Bob Evanston Several millenia ago, man and an early ancestor of the modern dog formed a mutually beneficial partnership. This animal was, most likely, an unusually tame jackal (read entire article)
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By: Bob Evanston
Addressing Aggression In Dogs by Bob Evanston Humans and dogs have a long history of happy co-existence. For many people, as the old saying goes, their dog is indeed their best friend. Dogs can serv (read entire article)
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By: Alex F Nowell
What To Do If You Have Trouble Training Your Dog by Alex F Nowell Many people shudder at the thought of leaving their animals home alone. Like children, pets require love and attention during the da (read entire article)
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By: Bobbie McKee
Dog Training - Teaching Rover to Heel! by Bobbie McKee There is nothing more exasperating to watch (or get in the way of) than an untrained dog on a leash moving along a crowded sidewalk. He crisscr (read entire article)
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By: John Philips
Your Golden Retriever training schedule should be lot more than just teaching him to fetch or stay. Every member of the family should be involved in the activity, becau (read entire article)
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By: Mick Thompson
We always had a dog when I was growing up, but my stepfather insisted that they were outdoor dogs, and that they would sleep in a dog house each night. I never really liked that, but that was the way (read entire article)
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By: Stacy Kubach
The digestive system of a dog is very similar to a cat's in many ways. Their digestive systems are acidic, and these canine creatures do not have long intestines. They are made to dige (read entire article)
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By: Andrew Chan
Puppy training is a very vital aspect, regardless of whether it is your first puppy or your twentieth. In order to let your puppy be a valued member of your family and your community, you need (read entire article)
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By: Allison Thompson
When you are trying to find the right name to call your new dog you can select about any one you want. In fact there are hundreds even thousands of different names a dog owner (read entire article)
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By: Ben Shaw
Top Five Tips on Labrador Retriever Training by Ben Shaw We all know how Labrador retrievers can grow to be large and unwieldy. Even with their size though, many American families still consider the (read entire article)
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By: Donovan Green
How To Properly Care For An English Bulldog Puppy by Donovan Green We all love puppies. With so many dog breeds to choose from there is one dog breed that stands out. If you are searching for a pupp (read entire article)
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By: Donovan Green
How To Care For Your New Puppy by Donovan Green General Puppy Care Information There are many things that you should know when you are talking about puppies and some general puppy care tips that yo (read entire article)
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By: Stacy Kubach
The digestive system of a dog is very similar to a cat's in many ways. Their digestive systems are acidic, and these canine creatures do not have long intestines. They are made to digest one type of (read entire article)
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By: Jessie Geralds
My dog absolutely adores the glow in the dark frisbee that I bought for him. It is strange, because he does not particularly care for any other glow-in-the-dark playthings. There are glow in the dark (read entire article)
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By: Rory Francis
When I grew up, my uncle kept springer spaniels around the barn. Not only were they great farm dogs – smart, obedient, and hard-working – but they were also a lot of fun to play with. When my kids (read entire article)
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By: Francis Brompton
Ever wonder what a unique gift for someone who owns a pet might be? One of the nicest and most welcome items you can give to a friend who has just adopted a new puppy is dog gift baskets. Not only doe (read entire article)
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By: Rory Francis
When I first heard about dog gift baskets, I was pretty irritated. It was my friend Amy who told me about it. Amy is a dear, and we have been good friends for many years, but in some ways she is one o (read entire article)
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By: Drey Peterson
It can be pretty hard to select a first project if you're just getting into do-it-yourself carpentry. Something like a spice rack might seem too conceived, and anyway who doesn't already own a spice r (read entire article)
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By: Francis Brompton
After seeing so many episodes of Animal Rescue on the Animal Planet channel, I decided to look into dog rescue adoption in my area. I was really surprised to discover how many pets are available throu (read entire article)
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By: Niall Cinneide
A pet relies on its owner to look after it. Sometimes a veterinarian is too far away when your puppy needs immediate attention. Would you be able to administer basic first aid if you needed to? It is (read entire article)
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By: Niall Cinneide
Along with a baby's crying, the persistant barking of a dog is one of the most annoying sounds. But is there anything you can do as a dog owner to 'persuade' your pooch to stop barking? Here are a few (read entire article)
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By: Niall Cinneide
Although it was once common practice to feed dogs whatever scrapes came from the dinner table, today we realize that there is much more to feeding an animal than we thought. It is important to give th (read entire article)
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By: Jonathan Cheong
The Commands That Every Dog Owner Should Know And How This Will Lead To A Happy, Clean And Obedient Dog That Will Not Cause Problems There are of course many reasons for owners to want a calm, obedie (read entire article)
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By: Jack Russell
There could be no better way of inspiring people than to use some of the inspiring dog tales. In this way, people will realize how dogs are so important in a manÂ's life and how reliable dogs can be (read entire article)
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By: Jack Russell
So, you decided to train your dog win in sled races. Here are some tips to do it. 1. Provide dry and clean bedding. If you want to have a winning dog, provide him first with a clean and complete hou (read entire article)
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By: Jack Russell
Most people contend that dogs are created to obey their masters. That is why they are considered the manÂ's best friend. However, obedience is not an innate quality in dogs. That is why it is importa (read entire article)
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By: David Riewe
Every truly avid dog-owner wishes for the chance to show off his pet at the nearest dog show. It is both a way to validate your pride in owning your pet and a chance to see other beautiful dogs in act (read entire article)
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By: David Riewe
Loyal, friendly, protective, affectionate, fun. Those qualities have earned dogs a special place in the lives and hearts of humans. Most dogs now are owned as pets mainly because they are THE ideal pe (read entire article)
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By: David Riewe
There are lots of dog lovers clubs in the US that offer a lot more for both the dog lovers and their dogs. Here are some of them. The American Kennel Club has a dog lovers sections called “For th (read entire article)
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By: David Riewe
The responsibility of a new pet is sometimes overwhelming. One of your new duties as a dog owner is to take care of your pet's health. Here are two pointers for you to follow in taking care of your pe (read entire article)
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