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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 One breed of dog that is very popular…

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10 Ways to Keep Your Puppy Happy

July 18, 2017

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 around puppies and caring for their physical and mental well-being, it can sometimes be hard to know if you are doing…

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Questions To Ask A Potential Dog Trainer

June 27, 2017

What To Ask A Dog Trainer Taking the time to get to know as much as you can about the professional services offered by a dog trainer is an important step in getting the right match for your dog and yourself. Being a dog trainer is a lot more than just having a way with…

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Pet Proofing Basics For Entire Property

May 9, 2017

The Importance of Pet Proofing Your Home A new puppy in the family is an exciting time. New puppies and puppies as they grow become more active, more curious and more adventurous, often getting into things that owners may not have even considered a risk. It is a good idea to spend some time before…

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Why Every Dog Can Use Additional Training

January 31, 2017

Anyone who has the pleasure of owning a dog knows that they have some very human-like tendencies. Dogs, just like anyone in the family, like to feel they are actively involved and engaged. This may trace back to the ancient pack behavior of the wolves that were ancestors of all domestic dogs from Great Danes…

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Preparing For A Puppy

January 3, 2017

  If you have talked to the family or the person you are considering giving a puppy, and there is agreement that he, she or they want a puppy, knowing what to do to be ready is important. Giving a puppy as a “surprise” gift is not a good idea as many people are not…

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Mark Your Calendar: National Train Your Dog Month

November 6, 2013

It’s time to mark your January calendar as National Train Your Dog Month. Although people should make dog training a part of everyday life, it’s a great opportunity to put a focus on an important part of responsible canine ownership. Some dog owners are looking for answers to the question: what are the benefits of…

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Housebreaking Your Dog in 3 Simple Steps

August 28, 2013

As dog owners, we all recognize that one of the most difficult accomplishments it housebreaking a puppy or grown dog.  The challenge is the same no matter what age; with puppies, they need to learn to control their bladders and movements because it is part of their growing process.  With fully-grown dogs, they need to…

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