Clicker Dog Training: The Three Phases
Clicker dog training means that you need to condition your dog with the sound of a clicker. In advanced courses, it will allow you to give commands with the use of right timing and repetition of clicks. A clicker is like a small toy contraption. It produces a “clicking” sound whenever a button is pushed. This sound can be heard as far as 20 yards. You can purchase this in any pet shop or dog grooming store or from your veterinarian. It has been believed that a clicker is something that irritates dogs, but in reality, especially if it is used properly, it can get the attention of any dog in a most concise and effective manner.Gen7Pets Makes Smart Pet Strollers
Have you ever owned a pet product that you wished was a little easier to use? When it comes to pet strollers, the Gen7Pets Company has responded to customer wishes. They created “Smart-Features” for their pet strollers, which make the user experience more enjoyable.A Dog and Owner Transformed: How Ditching the City De-Stresses Human and Canine
The author writes of his experience of moving from NYC to a town in Pennsylvania with his dog Buffy. The change of location has brought a much needed calmer environment for both dog and owner.What Type of Diet Would Be Most Suitable for Your German Shepherd
How To Prevent Or Reduce The Severity Of Dog Hip Dysplasia
Dog hip dysplasia is an inherited condition, but there are certain environmental factors that affect its severity. There are certain steps that can be taken to prevent or reduce the severity of dog hip dysplasia, and these are giving your dog a balanced and proper diet, appropriate exercise, and the right hip and joint supplement.Dog Weight: Is It a Problem for Your Dog?
Weight has always been associated in one way or another to health. Excessive weight can produce health conditions just as lack of the adequate weight can have serious consequences. This is true in all animals, so keeping this in mind not only for yourself, but also for your dog is a very important issueAll You Need to Know About Pit Bulls – Origin, Training Tips and Facts
During the nineteenth century, dog breeders in England, Ireland and Scotland started to experiment by crossbreeding Bulldogs and Terriers, looking for a dog that has the combined playful nature of a terrier with the power and muscularity of a Bulldog. The final result was a fine dog that inherited all the fine qualities of strength,invincible courage, gentleness and vigour at the same time. The Pit bull breed further includes different kinds of sub-breeds like the American Pit bull terrier, the American Staffordshire terrier, the Staffordshire terrier, the Bull terrier and other mixed breeds.Getting Your Pet Prepared for A Visit to the Vet
Visits to the veterinarian may not always be a walk in the park for you and your pets. In fact, it can cause them anxiety or discomfort – and yes, they can understand that you are heading to the specialist. Make your vet visits a pleasant experience for your lovely dogs, cats and other beloved animals.Getting Familiar With Your Dog’s Parasitic Residents
Dealing with your dog’s parasites doesn’t have to be a troublesome affair. As long as you’re familiar with these pesky pests and know how to deal with them, you can eliminate them before they cause serious risks to your pet pooch.3 Tips on Fixing Common Dog Behavior Problems
Dog behavior problems are very common but quite easy to fix if you know how. You can fix the behavior problems of your dog without spending money on obedience schools and professional dog trainers. Here, you will learn some of the most common dog behavior problems and some tips on fixing them.Who Makes Dog Food?
If you are interested in cooking for your dog, you are not alone! Many pet parents want to be in control of the freshness and quality of their dog’s food.Personal Dog or Family Dog?
Although by looking at the title one may think: what is the difference between having a personal dog or a family dog? that difference does exist. Circumstances in the lives of humans vary from one person to another and also continuously. We have read many times that the only constant in life is change, so the reason or reasons one may have today to want a dog may not be the same ones to be considered tomorrow.