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7 Ways to Get Your Dog to Stop Excessive Barking

Excess barking is a typical complaint of dog owners (and the owner’s neighbors). Dogs will bark for various reasons: warning, out of boredom, fear, loneliness, to get attention, communication, barking is fun, and so on. A few breeds, as with most herding breeds, might become more vocal than other ones. For instance, my Shetland Sheepdog …

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How to Teach Your Dog to Defend Itself Against Other Dogs

Prior to us looking at how to go about ceasing a canine that’s gotten into a fight, it’s a lot better never needing to place your dog within a situation in which he feels he wants to attack an additional dog, or alternatively, feels he must defend himself. Keep in mind the potential for your …

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How to Teach Your Dog to Sit-Stay, Down-Stay and Come

Dogs respond to positive reinforcement because they want a reward. Using praise and delicious treats will reinforce the desired behavior faster. Communication As a means of communication, your dog can sense your body language and you can tell by theirs if they are really interested. They too can tell if you’re serious and when they …

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5 Common Types of Dog Training Collars

Training collars are an effective means of training your dog to teach good behavior and obedience. It is necessary to your dog accustom to using a regular collar, before a training collar, so they get used to it. You should not make the mistake of putting on the collar only when you’re going to take …

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Essential Accessories for Your New Puppy or Dog

Your new puppy dog is home. You may not know everything that is needed for your new friend to find comfort. You do want the newest member of your family to feel comfortable in his or her new home right? Relax… because you will soon know what is needed to care for your dog so …

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9 Ways to Establish Yourself as the Pack Leader for Your Dog

Every dog owner assumes that when they get a dog that they are going to be the dog’s master, because they paid for the dog and they are the owner and are providing food and shelter for the dog. Most of the time their assumption is accurate and becomes reality. However, there are times that …

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5 Homemade Fresh Breath Parsley and Mint Dog Treat Recipes

1. Apple Parsley And Cinnamon Treat Ingredients 1 apple de-cored and pealed chopped up. 1 teaspoon of chopped cinnamon. 1 tablespoon of chopped parsley. 1 cup of water. 1/2 cup of corn oil. 5 cups of flour. 1/2 cup of powdered milk. 2 large eggs. 1 tablespoon corn oil. Greased baking tray. As always prepare …

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4 Homemade Dog Biscuits Recipes with Simple Ingredients

1. Barley Brownies Biscuits Ingredients: 1 and a 1/4 pounds beef liver or chicken liver. 2 cups of wheat germ. 2 tablespoons of whole wheat flour. 1 cup of cooked barley. 2 whole eggs. 3 tablespoons of peanut butter. 1 tablespoon of olive oil. For this recipe you will need a blender or a food …

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Crate Training Tips for Your New Puppy

Crate training utilizes canine natural instincts as a tool for house training. By their nature, dogs will not soil their home; wild dogs will not soil their burrows or dens and domestics canines will not soil what they perceive to be their den. In crate training, the crate serves as a surrogate den; a place …

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How Can You Stop Your Dog from Chewing and Biting?

Dog’s Chewing Behavior If you are going to be a dog owner, then one of the first things that you must understand is that your dog is going to chew. Chewing for a dog is perfectly acceptable behavior. The problem is not that they chew. The problem is what they chew! Since dogs will chew …

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