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Anxiety in Dogs

17th April 2012
Anxiety in Dogs: Frustration and boredom, especially among puppies left at home all day, on their own, is becoming more commonplace and can cause your dog to literally chew everything it can get hold of. To prevent a dog from chewing, and in order to alle... Read >
Author: Ian Nicholson

How to Use Hand Signals Effectively in Dog Training

21st November 2011
When working with a dog, many people use verbal commands, or perhaps a clicker device with dog training treats. They don’t realize the effectiveness of hand signals during obedience training. Hand signals are an effective way for a dog to understand what ... Read >
Author: Ted Spencer

How To Stop Your Jack Russell From Running Away

06th April 2011
Why does my dog keep running off? It may not be nice to see your Jack Russell running away from you, but the simple fact is that it’s in his genes. For generations, Jacks served hunters by running off into the distance, marking where fallen prey land... Read >
Author: Leanne Laker

Golden Retriever Puppy Biting Issue

11th January 2011
Many of us pass off puppies biting as simply playing, and as we find them so cute we don't really mind. Unfortunately, this so called playful biting behaviour can lead to dominance and aggression problems in adulthood. You must therefore, ensure that you ... Read >
Author: Matt565

How to Stop Your Shih Tzu From Biting

17th August 2010
Train Your Puppy to Stop Biting Your training should start as early as you puppy is 6 weeks old to avoid him from growing up to an aggressive Shih Tzu. When he bites, give a sharp alarm to express that you’re hurt, like for example…"ouch!" or "no!". He... Read >
Author: joy74

Training Springer Spaniels - Using a Muzzle

12th February 2010
When listening to people about obedience training springer spaniels as well as other breeds, one point that is frequently raised is if muzzles for dogs are a good idea or not. Is is cruel to muzzle a dog? Is a muzzle completely necessary? And can good obe... Read >
Author: Barry Rodgers

Bichon Frise Training

03rd February 2010
Bichon Frise Training Why you should Train your Bichon Frise? Obedience training is one of the best things you can do for your Bichon Frise or puppy and yourself. Obedience training doesn't solve all behavior problems, but it is the foundation ... Read >
Author: janetcombs

English Mastiff behavior problems

12th October 2009
English Mastiff behavior problems can be encountered and because of how stubborn the English Mastiff can be. However, you can correct your English Mastiff behavior problems with training. I know that it might seem kind of odd thinking that you can correct... Read >
Author: Isabellas

11 Check Your Dog for Hearing Loss

22nd April 2009
It is a common misconception on the part of dog owners to equate a decrease in the animal's attentiveness or not practicing what they learned in obedience training as a sign of improper behavior or insolence. Typically, these things occur with older canin... Read >
Author: Jeff Nenadic

Different Type Of Terrier Breeds

20th January 2009
Whatever your dog preference is, you are sure to find terrier dogs among the candidates for a pal. You'll get energy you want with little grooming and added wit. Basically bred for hunting and killing vermin, Terrier dogs are now known to offer wide s... Read >
Author: Joy Smit

Keeping Your Pomeranian Dog Healthy And Happy

13th August 2005
By: Lee Dobbins Opening your heart to a Pomeranian can be fun, but you must be willing to take on the responsibility of dog ownership. When you become a Pom owner, it's up to to do everything in your power to make your pet's life a happy one, the p... Read >
Author: Lee Dobbins
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