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5 Things Your Dog Wants To Tell You About Training

Do you ever wonder if your dog would like to be able to communicate with you? Well he actually would love to tell you a few things about what the two of you are doing together with his training. Since you didn’t catch it in his body language here it is in human language.

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5 Reasons Little Dogs Need Training Too!

Quite often people who own small dogs say that their dog doesn’t need training because it is just a small dog. That isn’t true. Small dogs need training just like the big guys do and here are just a few of the reasons why. 1 Because they are always with you, 2 Because they are always with you 3 Little dogs need manners too 4 To save their life 5 So you can be proud of them

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5 Simple Ideas That Will Perfect Your Dogs Training

When your dog training program is complete you are not finished training, you are simply entering a different level of training. Let me tell you some things that will guarantee that you have a well trained dog, not just for today but for ever.

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How To Correct Common Dog Behaviour Problems

On a daily basis I am asked by dog owners who call in for information on how to solve a behavior problem, how do I keep my dog from doing this or how do I correct my dog for doing that. When you take a few minutes to talk to these dog owners you find that we’re dealing with untrained dogs. I think some of them are quite surprised when I tell them that the way to correct unwanted behavior is to teach the dog basic obedience.

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Are You A Future Dog Trainer?

I talk to people daily that want to quit their current jobs and become a professional dog trainer.
I also get a bunch of young people that are asking questions about what type of courses they should take in college to become a dog trainer. Hopefully this article will answer some of those questions.

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A Dog’s Diet Influences Oral Health

Your dog is your very best friend. Every single time you walk through the door your dog is so happy to see you that he wags his tail and practically smiles at you. How can you show your pet how much they mean to you? Well, one way is to take care of that smile for your pet. Did you know that your dog’s diet can influence their oral health?

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