Saturday, August 18, 2012

Whose In ChargeYOU Or The DOG?

Have you ever been to someone's house to visit and it seems like the DOG's in charge the whole time?  You know the one where everytime you sit down he's all in your lap or at the table begging for food? That can get very annoying at times even if he is a very lovable dog. Or is this what happens at YOUR house? YOUR dog's the one in charge? If that is the case, no worries we are here to help you with this plus much, much more! All you have to do is GO HERE

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Walk With Your Dog OFF His Leash Beside You QUIETLY!

If you are like me I had always dreamed of having my dog walk beside me off of his leash. Sometimes I just want him off of his leash so that we can run and play, but I was always afraid that he would run off and someone would get him and that I would never see him again! Well, I wasn't about to let that happen! He is really a friendly dog and absolutely loves everyone.

Now I can leave him off of his leash and have him walk beside me quietly without having to worry about him running off! This is great and we have a lot of good play time which he and I really enjoy. My husband has been in awe at how well behaved he has become.

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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Tired Of Your Dog Yanking And Pulling On His Leash??

Wouldn't it be wonderful to have your pooch walk beside you quietly without you having to yank and pull back on the leash while he's yanking and pulling you forward all over the place? Read on...

First of all YOU need to be in control of the walk. Don't allow him to walk to far ahead of you. Keep him on the LEFT hand side of you with his shoulders not to far ahead of your leg.

Second make him sit while you attach his leash to his harness or collar before you walk outside.

Third YOU go out the door first to let him know who's in charge!

Fourth remember to stay "calm" and not let him get you all worked up and frustrated. This could take some time, but keep your patience! This is very important.

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Thursday, August 9, 2012

How To Stop Your Dog From Biting...

One of the best thing you can do is "socialize" your dog. What I mean by this is introduce your puppy/dog to as many people, places and other dogs as possible. This will in turn keep him from being frightened or scared. If a dog or puppy becomes scared, this causes them to become very anxious and in turn will cause them to become very aggressive.

Another thing you can do is make sure to let your dog or puppy know when they are starting to bite you to hard. Tell him "enough" and walk away.

Make sure you have plenty of toys for your dog or puppy to play with. If the puppy or dog starts to bite to hard say "ouch" and say "that hurt". Then offer the puppy or dog a chew toy.

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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Want To Put A "Muzzle" On Your Dogs Barking?

Does your dog tend to bark to much? If he continually barks it could be due to him being nervous,  having separation anxiety, fear or distress. As the dog becomes more upset, lonely or anxious, his barking becomes more insistent and louder. Putting your dog outside alone, putting him in his kennel/cage, or leaving him home alone may make him feel he is being abandoned. He is afraid you will never return. This triggers his barking.

However, some barking is tolerable as it is expected of any dog. Dogs use their voices in a variety of ways to communicate. As puppies, they make grunting noises to communicate with littermates and mother.

As dogs get older they use different ways to communicate. The following are just a few of the different sounds they may use:
  • Whinning to get the owners attention.
  • Howling to communicate with other dogs from a distance.
  • Growling which could mean he wants to play or he could be giving a warning.
  • Barking is also used to get attention or show excitement or signify loneliness.
For more information on the different reasons a dog may bark and for tips on how to keep your dog's barking under control GO HERE

Monday, August 6, 2012

How To Train Your Dog To Be Obedient

Training your dog to be obedient is no easy task. In fact it can be down right frustrating depending on the dog, the methods used, and the skill and understanding of both the pet and its owner.

When you train your dog to obey your commands it opens up a line of communication between you and your dog. Consistently communicate with your dog what you want him to do and reward him when he listens to you.

Obedience Training  deals with teaching the dog to reliably respond to basic commands such as 'SIT' (don't jump on people), 'DOWN' (put that thing down), 'COME' (follow me or come here), and 'STAY' (don't run off like that).

A properly trained dog should be able to to respond and comply with every command given by his owner. To learn more about Dog Obedience Training, you can GO HERE

Sunday, August 5, 2012

"FREE" Online SEMINARS And "FREE" Training Course!!

If your Dog or Puppy is driving you crazy with its excessive barking, whining or chewing, or if your dog is too aggressive and bites or growls at your visitors, you need an immediate remedy!
YOU have come to the right place! Dogs have their own set of behavioral problems. Lack of proper training methods may badly affect your dog's behavior and turn your beloved pet into a disobedient, aggressive or unruly dog. As a dog owner you should be aware of these problems and train your dog accordingly.

Nothing is more frustrating than trying to train your puppy/dog and you feel that he/she is not listening to you. Training a dog to obey your commands can be an ongoing and lengthy process depending on the dog, the methods used, and the skill and understanding of both the pet and its owner.

If you have recently got a new puppy/dog it is best to wait until you have had a chance to bond with each other before you start obedience training. It doesn't solve all behavior problems, but it is the foundation for solving just about any problem.

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