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Learn The Methods Of How Your Puppy Can Socialize Around

Bringing a new puppy into the household is always an exciting and fun time. Everyone wants to play with, cuddle and hold the little ball of fur. The last thing on the minds of most new puppy owners is training … Continue reading

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Raising Your Dog – Important Steps to Take From 1 to 3 Years of Age

Physically, he is in his prime, and will continue to develop heavier bone, a deeper chest, a fuller coat, as well as greater strength and endurance. Large breeds attain their full physical maturity and definitive proportions between the ages of … Continue reading

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Playtime With Your Dog – Could Be Just as Beneficial to You as it is to Your Pet

Play is one of the best forms of exercise for a puppy. Fifteen minutes of vigorous play can be equivalent to an hour’s walk. Many owners do not realize that games are also good vocabulary builders. When it’s all part … Continue reading

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Dog Aggressive Training: Understand & Eliminate Your Dog’s Aggressive Behavior

Aggression behavior in a dog is a normal form of canine communication similar to human frustration or anger. Like human, aggressive behavior occurs in every dog. The different lie in the level of aggression shown in them, and this is … Continue reading

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Dog Trick To Cure A Nuisance Barker: Training Buddy to ‘Speak’ on Command

All breeds and sizes of dogs can be taught easily to speak, and the way to go about it is to call your dog, show him a treat and say “Speak.” He will not understand what you mean and will … Continue reading

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How To Train Your Dog Not To Chase Things

Dogs are natural carnivores, and have a tendency to chase things which move away from them. This includes people, cars, and other animals. While this may be normal, it can be dangerous, especially when they are chasing people or cars. … Continue reading

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The Intelligent Way To Eliminate Your Puppy Biting Behaviors

Bringing home a new puppy is always an exciting time. Introducing the new puppy to the family should be fun for both yourself and your puppy. One of the first challenges, however, to the excitement of the new puppy, is … Continue reading

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Is Your Dog Annoying The Neighbors? How To Deal With Excessive Barking

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 … Continue reading

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House Training A Dog – The Simple Way

The puppy is new and oh so cute. You cuddle with it every day and love to chase it around the yard or play tug of war with the stuffed animal that, in a year will probably be missing most … Continue reading

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The Basics of Training Your Dog

Canine training is the same as for all animals, you communicate to your dog what you want him to do; when the dog has performed as desired, you reward him. You immediately repeat the exercise a few times and review … Continue reading

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