Too Much Affection For Your Dog?
I’m sure you’ve heard that phrase that dogs are man’s best friend. I’m also sure that you know that your dog is more than just a pet and just more like a family member. With this said, how you train your dog has a HUGE impact on the relationship that you will have with them.How To Correctly Punish Your Dog
Have you ever tried to discipline your dog? The answer here is yes. But how often has your dog then turned around and done the same exact behavior? The answer here is more than likely ‘a bunch’. Have you ever wondered why that is? Well, I am about to fill you in on how to fix this. Easy peasy style!The Biggest Dog Training Problem Ever
Dogs, dogs, dogs… is there any better friend? The answer is no. They are the most loyal, happy and respectable thing we will ever have! So why do we constantly train them wrong?Potty Training Your Dog Made Easy
Today I want to share the best tips for potty training your dog! I wanted to share these tips because when I first got my dog from the shelter, she was not housebroken at all and would essentially go potty wherever and whenever she pleased. She was not housebroken at all and it sucked!Is Your Dog Getting Enough?
A smart man once said ‘you are what you eat’. Whelp, the same is true for your dog! So what you feed your dog does have a huge impact on how they will perform, how they will act and how much they will cost you in future vet bills.Too Much From Your Dog?
Have you ever tried to teach your dog how to do something and had them go right back to their ‘old ways’? If you are anything like most people, then the answer to that question is yes. But what if I told you that there was a super simple solution to this problem and that as soon as you hear it you are going to have an ‘a-ha’ moment.Don’t Feed Your Dog This
Dogs love to eat. Nobody in their right mind would argue with this statement. But just because you think that they will like it does not mean that they will like it. In fact, one of the biggest problems that I have seen is people go out and buy all these expensive snacks and treats that claim to be great. But then they are forced upon their dogs because the dog owner thinks that since the bag says they will love it, they do.Top 3 Travel Tips When Traveling With Your Dog
Taking your dog out on a trip? Here are some things you need to know first.Leave “Max” at the Movies
The movie “Max” celebrates a Belgian Malinois war dog. As with other films, this one is bound to send people flocking to breeders for one of these dogs. But the Malinois is not for everyone! Learn why, and if you should consider one for your home, in this article.4 Tips To Consider When Walking Your Dog
It’s very important to walk your dog in order to exercise him. While this is the case, you need to consider a number of tips in order to have ideal results. Some of these tips include: Walk Before The Dog – When walking your dog always ensure that you are the one in front of him-you should never let him lead you. This is to prevent the dog from feeling that he’s the one in control. When the dog feels that he’s in control its usually very hard to train and even discipline him. For ideal results always be the one leading him and let him know that he is supposed to be at the back.Guide On How To Teach Your Dog How To Sit
Do you want to teach your dog how to sit? Here is a guide on how to do it: How To Teach Your Dog How To Sit – You should start by showing the dog small, bite-sized treats. The best way of showing him is holding the treats in front of his eyes. You should then sit while moving your hand above his eyes. You should place the treat before his eyes and then say the dog’s name followed by the word “sit.” For ideal results, you should say the dog’s name clearly and firmly.Parenting Pooches – Why We Fuss Over Our Furry Friends
The human-pet relationship is interesting because although we care for them, they seem to be the ones who give us so much. And because animals are able to love unconditionally, they can teach us how to love unconditionally. But 17 years as a dog owner has taught me that pets may indeed pay a price for their devotion, so we would be wise to pay attention to the lessons they have to teach us.