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Know About the Dog’s Routine

Dated: 19th. February, 18  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Toys, Dog Training, Dog Training Book

Dogs do well when they know what to expect in each day, which begins with waking up. Some of the reason for this is that dogs are a pack animal and will instinctively want to know what’s going on in their pack, which is their immediate family, and the extended

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Selecting the Right Dog

Dated: 19th. February, 18  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Food, Dog Training

As a family, you may have decided the house could use a new addition, and that it will come in the form of a dog. Sounds simple, right? You may find yourself wondering for selecting the right dog for your family. It’s not that easy if you are going to

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6 Major Signs of dog aggression

Dated: 15th. February, 18  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Food, Dog Training, Dog Training Book

Dog aggression is one such wild behavior and it should not be ignored. So have a glance at these six major signs of dog aggression and use a positive reinforcement to train good behavior. Mouthing, without biting down hard: The mouthing of an aggressive dog is not to be confused

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Dog Training Technique Using Free Shaping

Dated: 15th. February, 18  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Food, Dog Training

Have you ever played the game hotter and colder? If so, that is exactly what the next Dog Training Ecourse method is like. Free Shaping with a clicker is when a dog learns via the handler controlling the environment and position in which the reward is offered. Once you grasp

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Establishing Rules for Your Dog

Dated: 15th. February, 18  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, Dog Training Book

Initially, it’s always best to start with good habits when you first get a dog. To do so, you must establish rules for your dog. You can always change, add or take away established rules, but try to develop and stick with what will be acceptable in the household. Consistency

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How to Socialize Your Dog

Dated: 15th. February, 18  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, Dog Training Book

Socialization is a crucial part to success with your canine. However, not all socialization is good. For example, a young puppy playing with a low energy older dog is typically not going to work out well. We can relate this to humans, specifically kids and elderly; young children like to

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Tips to Stop Your Dog Leash Pulling

Dated: 7th. February, 18  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Toys, Dog Training, Dog Training eCourses

Is your dog walking with you? Have you been pulled down to the ground from your dog chasing after something? Walking your dog should be a pleasurable experience not a frantic walk with lots of leash pulling. I know some of you walk your pet at odd hours of the

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Electric Collar (e-collar) Dog Training

Dated: 7th. February, 18  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, Dog Training Book

Myself Ryan Matthews, I have literally trained thousands of dogs with the electric collar. I have also been to the top training schools to learn the proper usage of this type of tool. The reason I came to explore the dog e-collar training is due to the demands of my

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Reading Body Language: Blinking Caution

Dated: 22nd. July, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, How To Train My Puppy

Have you ever winked at another person in agreement? Have you even known someone to wink at a person when they didn’t have good intentions? Likely, you have observed that every time someone winks they have great intent. Well, dogs are the same way. But, dogs don’t wink, instead they

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Read Dog’s Body Language

Dated: 20th. July, 17  |  Posted by: admin  |  Category: Dog Training, Dog Training Book

Reading Body Language Too frequently I see people forcing dogs in uncomfortable situations. Generally, it is because people try to push their intentions onto the dog. For example, trying to force a timid or shy dog to receive being petted. Guys and gals not all dogs are social. Similar to

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