Posts Tagged ‘dog training basics’

How to leash train a dog

This article will cover one of the least stressful methods I recommend for leash training your dog and will give you an answer to the question: How to leash train a dog. It is not 100% stress free, but rest assured, it is only mildly stressful in comparison to other ways of doing it. This method also incorporates the dog training golden rule…
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Best Dog Products – 10 MUST HAVE Supplies For Your Dogs

For most dog owners it could be pretty hard to understand which are the required supplies for their dogs (especially at the beginning). That’s why we will try covering this topic and show you the best dog products that every dog or puppy owner should have. For each one, our team gives a nice and fully explanation why you need it and some extra dog training tips too.

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10 Proven Puppy and Dog Training Methods for Good Behavior

Hello. In this article we are going to show you 10 good and proven dog training methods that will help you in raising and training your dog. You should learn your dog how to behave in different situations, you can’t just expect good behaviour from your dog. So, let’s start…

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Dog separation anxiety and how to handle it?

Dogs are pack or family animals which means that they are social and desire the company of other dogs or of humans. Many people leave dogs alone at home and do not understand that this may result in a psychological problem for the animal. There is a medical term for such a condition. It is known as

dog separation anxiety

. This problem may result in destructive behavior.

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Has Your Dog Mastered The Basic Dog Training Tips?

Dog training is a wonderful way for your dog to master the basics of good manners and obedience. A dog owner can make sure his dog knows how to behave well in any situation – by taking your dog to a formal class or training him at home you can ensure that he is safe at all times and doesn’t pose a threat to people or other dogs.
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