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The Do’s And Do nots Of Training A Beagle

Many people out there are interested in owning beagles, yet some of them are quite clueless when it comes to caring for them. Every dog breed is not the same and there are certain nuances involved in taking care of a beagle. If you are interested in educated yourself, it would be a good idea to continue reading.

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Puppy Mill Dog Behavior Problems

It seems like every time I turn around I’m seeing another story about a puppy mill that is been raided and the dogs taken away from the owners. The authorities didn’t come in just because it was a puppy mill, they came in because the dogs are usually living in deplorable conditions and with health issues. If you are one of the kind souls that would like to adopt one of these puppy mill dogs there are some things that you need to consider before doing that.

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Is Your Dog Sleeping In Your Bed?

The role of dogs in our lives has changed a great deal in the last 100 years. There was a time in the United States and many other countries when dogs were not allowed in the house. In your great-grandmother’s day most dogs were outside dogs. They may have slept in the barn or under the porch. Wealthier people kept lap dogs but most farmers and working people had dogs that had to earn their keep in some way. These dogs were expected to do some work, whether it was herding stock, killing rodents, or protecting the farm.

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How To Make The Jumping Stop

Your dog is excited. He likes people. He’s happy when new people visit. And he loves to jump! Dogs are built to jump and it’s something they love to do. It may seem almost impossible to get your dog to stop trying to jump up in the faces of your family and friends at times.

Fortunately, when it comes to bad behaviors, jumping up on people is one of the easier problems to stop. Here are some tips to help you make the jumping stop.

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How To Prevent Your Dog From Growling

One of the scariest things you can encounter is a strange dog growling at you, especially when you don’t know why or how they’re going to react. You can understand why people are nervous when your dog growls or grumbles at them when they walk by you when you’re walking your dog or if your dog is out in the yard.

However, before you decide to train your dog never to growl again, you need to learn why your dog is growling and when it is acceptable for him to growl.

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Protecting Your Dog From The Unthinkable

I had a client make an appointment for dog training last week. However before we could get together he sent me an email explaining that his dog got out of the door and was run over by a car. Actually this happens more often than you can imagine. In fact in your hometown it happens daily.

For most dog owners, one of their greatest fears is that their dog will escape through the door and run into the street where they could be hit by a car. That’s a nightmare scenario that no one wants to have happen, yet it could happen all too easily.

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How to Train Your Dog The Right Way

Dog training is one of the most helpful and exciting things you can do with your pet. When you train your dog you are teaching them to perform certain actions or behaviors according to your signal or the circumstance. If you have a dog, this should be something you focus on.

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Super Bonus “Dog training tips”

Dogs, like little ones, tend to have a quick attention span. It’s fundamental to have your dog’s attention and end your training before they lose attention. Puppies tend to be completely hyperactive, and can be over stimulated.

Using a touch and simple sounds is one way to communicate naturally with pet dogs. They don’t understand key phrases, so they must be conditioned to what the sound means.

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What Is Dog Whistle Training?

Dog whistle training has been around for a long time. It’s usually associated with hunting and herding since these are activities where dogs often work at a distance from their owners. During these situations, especially with hunting, the sound of a human voice could spook birds or other game. It’s much easier for a hunter to use a whistle to communicate with his dog. In some cases the dog may even be out of sight of the hunter or herdsman. A whistle still allows the owner to send signals to the dog.

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