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Doorbell Excitement

Doorbell Excitement

Desensitizing Your Dog with the Doorbell When someone rings your doorbell, does it sound like World War III is starting at your house?  Most people’s dogs go crazy when the doorbell rings and they have a hard time controlling their dogs and the situation when people arrive. Crazy barking is a conditional response and therefore […]

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New Puppy Training – Easy Potty Training Tips

New Puppy Training – Easy Potty Training Tips

Check Out Our Free Dog Potty Training Advice. Tips To Stop Your New Puppy From Eliminating In The House.

Comments Off on All I know about Potty Training…with out a crate   |   Behavior, Dog Info, New Puppy, Pets, Potty Training, Training
All I know about Potty Training…with out a crate

All I know about Potty Training…with out a crate

The best way to potty train with out crates.. they did it for years with out crates so it is possible. You will have to put some effort into house training your puppy or dog. You have to be consistent. You have to be diligent. Expect accidents. Read More...

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Why Walking your Dog is Important – Kitty and Canine Stress

Why Walking your Dog is Important – Kitty and Canine Stress

Ever wonder what it’s like to be stuck in a house for nine hours a day? Cooping up your pooch or feline for extended periods of time without multiple long walks a day can seriously effect their health. Overeating due to idle time is a reason why cats and dogs become overweight, and taking them […]

Comments Off on After You Get Your Puppy Free E-Book by Ian Dunbar   |   Behavior, Dog Info, E-book, In the Media, Potty Training, Puppy Mouthing, Training
After You Get Your Puppy Free E-Book by Ian Dunbar

After You Get Your Puppy Free E-Book by Ian Dunbar

Free PDF versions of Ian Dunbar’s books!!! The “After you get your puppy” book covers potty training, destructive chewing, barking, separation anxiety, socialization, handling, puppy biting, bite-inhibition and preventing adolescent problems. The “Before you get your puppy” book is a MUST READ for anyone thinking of getting a puppy. Puppies should be raised in an errorless […]

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What do dogs see?

What do dogs see?

Dog Vision: What do dogs see? Most of people have their own dogs as the pets. And many dog owners know the facts: dogs have a much great ability to see in the dark. But few of them know what do dogs see? In fact, dogs see the world very differently to humans. Their eyesight […]

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Test Your Dog’s IQ

Test Your Dog’s IQ

Have you ever wondered if your dog is smart or maybe… not so smart? These six tests will help you work out whether your canine should go to Harvard or just stay asleep on the couch.They test your dog’s adaptive intelligence– the ability to solve problems, understand language and learn social cues, like responding to a […]

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Goldendoodle and Labradoodle Videos

Goldendoodle and Labradoodle Videos

This is one of the first videos I saw of a Goldendoodle and I just fell in love! The famous Youtube Simba showing off at 11 weeks. His owners did a great job with him. Too Cute! So Smart. Simba at 8 weeks.. Simba showing off again this time at 2 years old.. Smartest Goldendoodle […]

Comments Off on What’s the Benefit to the Dog?   |   Behavior, Health, In the Media, New Puppy, News, Pets
What’s the Benefit to the Dog?

What’s the Benefit to the Dog?

Before getting a dog, its important to consider how the dog will benefit from the relationship and to choose the right dog for your lifestyle. Article By: Dr Sophia Yin With 72 million dogs in the U.S. and 400 million dogs worldwide, humans have established many different relationships with dogs. An estimated 3/4 of the […]

Canine Parvovirus – Symptoms

Canine Parvovirus – Symptoms

Canine parvovirus is an acute, highly contagious disease of dogs that was first described in the early 1970s. The virus has a tendency to attack rapidly reproducing cells, such as those lining the gastrointestinal tract. For best results, patients should be hospitalized and placed on IV fluids, massive doses of antibiotics, anti-vomiting drugs, intravenous feeding and serum […]

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