Puppy Care

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The Dangers Of “protection-training” The Family Pet

Author John Edwards offers some good advice in this article about properly training and socializing your dogs. The advice is especially appropriate for Border Collie owners. Dogs can be trained to be a dangerous threat and they can be trained to bark bite and attack. Some breeds adapt more readily to such training than others, […]

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Dog Training Made Simple

Jason Dunn writes about the basics of dog training, with a specific reference to Border Collies. Understanding dog training means, really, understanding how dogs think. There are many different methods and approaches to dog training, and many of them work equally well. Dog training creates a kind of language that both you and your dog […]

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Training Your Dog To Stop Chewing

Kelly Marshall provides some great tips to help you deal with puppy chewing problems. Good info!Puppies are going to naturally go through a developmental phase that includes chewing almost everything in sight. They do this to help with the pain of their teeth cutting through their gums. This is very similar to what infant babies […]

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Important Characteristics Necessary To Training A Dog

Author Jimmy Cox stresses the importance of a holistic training approach that uses ALL of the senses. Pretty good stuff… Bearing in mind that our object is to train a dumb animal for companionship we can, by appeal through the three senses, hearing, sight and feeling, accomplish great things. We can, for instance, save the […]

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How to Teach Your Dog to STOP Barking

Gray Rollins provides these valuable tips to help stop nuisance barking. The family dog is a valued member of countless families all across the world. However your dog barking constantly and very loudly is generally not a very desirable trait. This makes a lot of dog owners want to begin training their dog to stop […]

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House Breaking a Puppy – Natural Techniques

by Ira Nelson When you bring your puppy home, you should start laying the ground work for housebreaking right away. Even at only 7 or 8 weeks old, he wants to please you so it’s important to start early using puppy housebreaking training methods that will help him develop the appropriate behavior. He will have […]

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Obedience Training For Your New Puppy

By: Jim McKiel Training is usually broken down into two types: obedience and behavioral. We will discuss obedience training in this article. Obedience training for your new puppy should begin the day you bring him/her home. You should make obedience training fun and incorporate the training with play sessions. It is so easy to train […]

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Basic Dog Training

“Why does your dog sit down once you tell him to and mine doesn’t?”, “How does your dog heel for you like that?”, “Man! He comes every time you command him to” – does this sound familiar? If it does, then you really need to put a little time into some basic dog training. Training […]

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How to Begin a Dog Training Career

Do you love dogs? Do you find yourself automatically trying to train each dog you come across? Would you like a fun, satisfying career that revolves around working with dogs? Then starting a dog training career could be the best career option for you. As a dog trainer you will be able to work one-on-one […]

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Do You Need Dog Training Tools When You Train Your Dog?

There is no question about it, if you own a dog you need to make sure that it behaves well with people, strangers, and with other animals. Your dog needs to obey commands to keep the dog and his surroundings save. This means you need to train your dog and the best time to start […]

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