Stop Accidents Indoors With THIS Puppy Potty Training Plan




The Beautiful Boxer Dog

The Boxer is a member of the Working Group and is currently America’s eighth most popular dog breed. This playful and energetic breed originates from Germany and was Germany’s first police dog and a fierce bull-baiter. Today, they are content to relax with their owners or enjoy a playful romp in the backyard.

Tick Diseases In Your Pet – How To Spot Them

Aside from being an irritant to you and your pet, ticks carry all sorts of deadly diseases that are easily transmitted to you or your pet. Do you know what the diseases are and how to spot the symptoms in your pets?

What To Know About The Australian Shepherd

The Australian Shepherd, also known as the Aussie, is an American dog (not Australian) whose roots date back to the 1840s, during the Gold Rush period. There is a lot to love about these intelligent, beautiful dogs. Discover just why by reading on!

Helpful Tips For Puppy Proofing Your Home

Bringing a puppy into your life can be a very enjoyable and rewarding experience. However, if you want your puppy to be safe and grow to be a happy and obedient dog, it is important that you not only train them but that you also take the necessary steps for puppy proofing your home. Because each household is different, it is best to take a second glance at various areas of your home to make sure that you are prepared. There are also some helpful tips that you can keep in mind as you work towards puppy proofing.

Details About The Norwegian Elkhound

Norwegian Elkhounds are a breed of dog that go all the way back to the Viking times. Most people do not know much about these dogs, even those who own one. The following will provide you with some of details on these beautiful pooches.

Training a Dog to Be Obedient

Dog owners must learn that bad behavior in a dog is actually the dog acting like a dog. This articles covers how much obedience a dog owner wants and how to go about getting that obedience. Dogs are usually not capable of understanding our scale of values and our conduct though they are very skilled at interpreting our gestures, learning keywords, and preventing our reactions. Early training is a key to a well-mannered dog.

Do Basset Hounds Make Good Pets?

Basset hounds are said to be some of the most friendly and amicable dogs to have in a family. They are said to be friendly and while some are somber, most are good-natured, peaceful, and able to get along with anyone. Basset hounds are good to have around children, older people, and even guests to your home as well. You do not have to worry about this lovable dog attacking the neighbors.

Important Facts You Should Know About Great Danes

The Great Dane is a beautiful, stoic dog that is sure to draw a lot of attention wherever it goes due to its very large size. If a Great Dane is bred properly it will not only be very tall but also muscular, chiseled and regal in its form. Great Danes are not necessarily the dog for everyone and it is very important that before including this beautiful breed into your life you understand a few important facts about them, their character and needs.

Yes, Dogs Do Dream

Have you ever seen your dog whine or move its legs during its sleep? A lot of dog owners will tell you that dogs do dream. It is believed that dogs dream during a certain stage of their sleep, typically when they make noises or move.

Why Puppies Annoy Older Dogs

There are many reasons puppies like to annoy older dogs, and while most of them are innocent, such as boredom or bonding, the behavior can still stress out the animals and lead to a less than pleasant living environment. Understanding the behavior can help correct or avoid the behavior, teaching your puppy how to properly interact with the other dogs in the home. The following are a few of the most common reasons puppies annoy older dogs.

Some Reasons That Springer Spaniels Make Good Pets

Springer Spaniels are great dogs for pets as their high intelligence and great attitude makes them a joy to be around. The breed was originally developed to be a gun dog and to be a quick retriever in the field.

No Backyard, Then Start Walking With Your Dog

When I meet with a new dog training client that has hired me to help them with all their dog’s behavior issues one thing is quite common. You guessed it… no backyard. That means that their dog doesn’t get exercised. Usually all it gets is those 10 minute walks for it to do its business and that is simply not enough.

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