Picking Up Dog Poo – Why You Should Do It
People who do not own dogs can not understand why people who do own dogs allow their pooches to litter in public spaces. This, I assume, is a crime almost everyone of us dog owners has committed at least once in the past year. Let me point out a few reasons why picking up dog poo is so very important.
Buyer Guide for Dog Houses
Many people these days are spending more time in their yards and gardens and want to treat these areas as an extension of their indoor living. Therefore we want our pets to enjoy time with us in comfort. Cedar has a number of qualities and advantages that make them an outstanding material for outdoor Dog Houses and her are just a few of them.
Blood Tests – Why Doing One Early On May Save Your Dog’s Life
When your dog comes down with an illness you take him to see his vet. Sometimes you yourself need to suggest certain procedures such as a blood test early on and even insist on it should your vet not see the necessity to do one. Read on to find out why.
Australian Shepherds – Facts You Should Know
People looking for an intelligent, loyal and energetic dog should consider getting an Australian Shepherd. Also known as Aussies, this dog breed is becoming quite popular around the world. Many people are not that familiar with this dog’s characteristics.
Are All Dog Beds the Same?
The very best place for a dog to sleep is in its own bed in the room of your choice. If you are interested in dog beds you may think that they are all the same as each other.
Toilet Training a Dog
One of the first things you will want to teach your new puppy is where to go to the toilet. For most people this will be outside rather than inside the house.
Important Tips When Introducing Your New Baby And Your Dog
If you are going to be bringing home a newborn baby in the near future, and you already have a dog at home, you should read this article. In it, you will find helpful tips for you to use when introducing your baby and your dog for the first time. In a previous article I wrote about how to prepare your dog for the homecoming of the baby. This is a continuation of those tips.
What Are the Basics of Dog Training
What I wanted to talk about is a topic that sometimes I laugh about a little bit. Really what it is, is we get a lot of clients who call us and they say, “Oh we just want the basics. We want our dog to come every single time even with distractions. We want the dog not to pull on the leash. We want the dog to stay when told, when someone is ringing the doorbell. We want the dog to walk off leash, you know just the basics.” And I always kind of laugh to myself and chuckle a little bit and say, well if these things were so basic how come you never meet a dog that does those things?
Stop Puppy Aggression With These Techniques
Puppies are so cute and cuddly that often owners don’t worry about behavior that can become a serious problem. Training and socializing must begin at a young age.
First Time Breeding Poodles
Breeding Poodles, Breeds of Poodles – Learn what it takes to have healthy happy poodle puppies. To have healthy poodle puppies, especially teacup poodle puppies, a breeder needs to plan carefully.
Today’s Dog Fencing
Dogs have this energy, curiosity (especially with their noses) and instinct to roam and wander, run and play, hunt and chase. Even some dogs will stay by the house even when offered unlimited freedom; most dogs have a natural curiosity that leads them to stray when the opportunity arises, so it is important to find reliable solutions to keep pets within your safe area. There are ways of training and variety of devices, traditional fence, dog fence and pet containment systems to keep your dogs within your vicinity, away from danger he may cause or whatever may happen when he got on the loose. But above all this systems and techniques, full knowledge and better ways of training is really the most critical component to the effectiveness of these fences.
Advice on Teacup Australian Shepherds
There’s a new variety of the popular Australian Shepherd breed – the Australian Shepherd “Teacups”. Similar to standard size Aussies these pint size dogs are just as agile and versatile as their larger cousins only smaller.