September 5, 2017 posted by Editor
Canines communicate using body language and a dog tail message can convey anything from happiness and confidence to fear and aggression.
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September 3, 2017 posted by Editor
Speak firmly, but speak softly, not harshly and loud, and you’ll have a well-behaved, attentive dog that obeys without having to be shouted at.
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September 1, 2017 posted by Editor
Before walking multiple dogs, begin by training each dog to heel and walk on a loose leash. Once you have control, begin adding additional dogs.
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When training multiple dogs, it is important to understand each will learn at his or her own pace. Work with the dogs both together and separately.
Once you’ve picked a new, dog-friendly house with a fenced-in backyard away from the road, use these tips to make the moving process go smoothly.
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August 20, 2017 posted by Editor
Chronic or excessive dog barking is often associated with small dogs, but any breed can become a chronic barker under the right set of conditions.
August 14, 2017 posted by Editor
Dog toys encourage positive play and help you bond with your dog. Dog toys also a great way to end boredom and destructive behavior.
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