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    How to Get Familiar With Your Pet More From Day One?

    You can make the adjustment less difficult for both. This post talks about some insights that will help you become familiar with your pet from the first day.

  • Dog Training: What You Should Know About Using Food As Reward Training For Your Dog

    Training with treats and food based rewards is a great way to motivate your dog and speed the training process along. Most dogs are motivated by food rewards.

  • Things to think about before buying a Dog

    Owners leave, think about the decision, and go back. Avoid the temptation of buying a dog or more puppies. A single puppy will bond to its owner better.

  • My Dog Has Fleas!

    Fleas are a problem for dogs and their owners alike. These tiny insects will live on the body of your dog, sucking the animal’s blood and laying eggs. The bites and presence of fleas will cause the dog to itch and if the dog happens to be allergic to fleas.

  • Dog Training: When To Give Your Dog The Freedom Off The Leash

    Taking any dog off the leash is a big step and not one to be taken lightly. It is vital to test your dog in a safe environment before taking him off his leash.

  • Dog Training: House Training Your Dog

    House training is one of the important parts of training any dog to be a valued part of the family. The way to house train a dog is to use the dog’s own nature.

  • The Greyhound

    A greyhound is classified as a sighthound, whose ancestry dates back many centuries BC. In 1906, America began oval track racing with an artificial lure designed to attract spectators to bet on the first dog past the post. This new trend soon caught on around the world and a new industry was born.

  • Training Anatolian Shepherd Dogs For Livestock Protection

    Anatolian Shepherds have been used as guardians for a wide range of hoofstock and birds, including (but not limited to) sheep, goats, horses, cattle, llamas, ostriches, chickens, ducks, pheasants, and turkeys.

  • Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks: How To Train Your Dog

    Whoever said you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, must not have owned a dog. If dogs are anything, they are extremely intelligent and can learn many new things given the chance to show you. When training your dog, keep in mind that yelling, hitting, cursing or punishment is uncalled for, as dogs will retreat…