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Managing Your Puppy’s First Night At Home

January 2, 2018

Tips for Making Puppy’s First Night Less Stressful Your puppy’s first night in a new place with new people and surroundings is always the most challenging for a puppy. This is particularly true if the puppy has been kept with the mother and the littermates up until the time when you finally came to come…

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Let’s Stop The Barking

November 29, 2017

Understand Why Your Dog Is Barking You might be wondering, why is my dog barking? Barking is a very natural behavior for dogs of all sizes, breeds and ages. While there are a few breeds that don’t bark (the Basenji) or only bark infrequently, even these dogs make noises and will alert their owners to…

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How To Bring An Additional Dog Into A Family

November 8, 2017

Easing the Transition of an Additional Dog to the Family  Bringing a new dog into a home where there are already one or more dogs can be a challenge. The current dogs may feel threatened, and there will need to be an adjustment to the pack pecking order. You are probably wondering how to bring…

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Options Before Giving Up On A Dog

October 17, 2017

Advice on Handling Your Dog Before Giving Up!  Most dog behavior is a product of their environment. If a dog has been abused, neglected, or treated badly by humans in the past, they may have difficulties in adjusting to life with a loving owner and family. We have some options before giving up on a…

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Can You Teach An Old Dog New Tricks?

September 12, 2017

Teach An Old Dog New Tricks  Everyone is familiar with that old saying “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” As old sayings go, this is definitely a saying that is not only slightly inaccurate; it is completely wrong. You can teach an old dog new tricks! Old dogs, just like young dogs, can…

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Strategic Tips for Training a Rottweiler

September 4, 2017

Tips for Training a Rottweiler Not all dogs are the same, and wise dog owners take the time to read as much as they can about specific training issues for any breed before they make a determining if this is a good match for their training experience. With that being said, I have some tips…

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10 Ways to Keep Your Puppy Happy

July 18, 2017

Puppies need lots of attention, supervision & interaction. I have some tips for you on how to keep your puppy happy. Helpful Puppy Training Tips Having a new puppy in the home is an exciting time for everyone. For first-time dog owners, it can also be a bit of a challenge. Without experience in being…

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Maryland Dog Trainer Speaks About Exercise

March 6, 2015

By: Maryland Dog Trainer Andrew Fraser Length of exercise should be around 30 minutes to 2 hours depending on your dogs age, breed and overall health. Always start small and build up over time. 2 types of exercise Physical – aerobic activity will keep your dogs body healthy Walk, Jog, Run Fetch, Tug of War…

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