Dogs Training


U.K. dogs training to sniff out bladder cancer

A dog’s sense of smell might be one of his or her best, innate abilities. And an increasing number of researchers are using that nose to help humans detect cancer. Claire Guest of Berkshire, England runs a charity called “Medical Detection Dogs” that trains dogs how to detect cancer. One project involves teaching animals how […]

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The Surprisingly Gentle Heart of the Big and Strong Boxer

If you’re the type of person who wants a no-fuss, ready-to-roll anytime, and versatile kind of companion then the Boxer is a perfect match for you. This big and strong creature is surprisingly low maintenance yet intelligent, eager to learn, and agile. Whether at work or at play, you can expect great times with this dog for it is extremely energetic, loyal and loves to have fun.

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Stop Aggressive Dog Behavior

By Sandra Scott Aggression is instinctive for dogs and everyone knows that dogs can seriously wound humans and other animals. Thankfully, there are ways for dog owners to stop aggression in their dog. It is essential that dog owners who have an aggressive dog make sure that he is given obedience training, before he harms […]

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Crate Training Dog

Crate Training For Dogs To begin crate training your dog you need to let them get used to it before locking them inside. You could walk away from him or watch him as he calms down inside. If he shows any signs of protest, you should not let him outside. Instead, let him settle down […]

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5 Tips For Training Dogs Successfully

5 Tips For Training Dogs Successfully Training dogs is not a hard. You just need patience, dedication and some simple tactics and you will teach them successfully. Here are five top tips on how to train your dogs successfully: 1. To avoid your dog getting confused and so that they can learn to recognize commands […]

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Crate Training For Dogs

Dog Crate Training First you will need to help them get used to the crate, before you begin locking them in. You could walk away from him or watch him as he calms down inside. If he shows any signs of protest, you should not let him outside. Be patient and let him calm down […]

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Building the Perfect Dog: The Golden Labrador Retriever?

It has been known long that some mixes seem to do better than their parents of either breed. It’s a matter of finding which breeds cross best with other breeds. Many of these crossbreeds even go on to become established breeds by themselves. One of the most successful crossbreeds in dogs is seen in the […]

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Advice On Dog Training Hand Commands

Along with teaching your dog to respond to verbal commands, one can also teach them to respond by using hand signals.  When it comes to learning, the different types of dog training hand commands these in the beginning will need to be taught in conjunction with the verbal ones as well.  In this article, we […]

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