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A Common Problem In Dogs

A Common Problem In Dogs

10 Feb / 2016



Written By: Heena Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 444 Comment: 0

This is a common problem seen among many different dogs which pull on their leash while walking with their master. This problem can be seen in puppies as well as in adult dogs. This is more than just aggravating. If the leash breaks, the dog could run and put itself or others in danger. You should want to walk your dog, not have it walking you.

There are a number of different reasons why your dog will pull on the leash. Some dogs are so happy to go for a walk that they are out of control, and are anxious to move about.

A Treat While Training A Dog- Good Or Bad?

A Treat While Training A Dog- Good Or Bad?

21 Dec / 2015



Written By: Malini Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 372 Comment: 0

There's always been some controversy over whether you should give treats (i.e. dog biscuits or Milk Bones) when you are training a dog. There are advantages and disadvantages to giving treats to a dog when you are training him. This article will hopefully clear up any confusion you might have. Now, some people say, "Of course! Give the dog treats so he'll obey you. After all, you won't get his attention if you don't give him anything he enjoys."

All About Beagle

All About Beagle

29 Mar / 2016



Written By: Natasha Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 338 Comment: 0

The Beagle is a small-sized hound, similar in appearance to the much larger foxhound. The Beagle is a scent hound, developed primarily for hunting hare. With a great sense of smell and their tracking instinct, the Beagle is employed as detection dog for prohibited agricultural imports and foodstuffs. The Beagle is intelligent but single-minded. It’s a popular pet due to its size, good temper, and lack of inherited health problems.

Behavioral Traits:
Separation anxiety, barking, and destructiveness are common behavioral problems in beagles. Fortunately, they can almost all be prevented by keeping your beagle well exercised. Taking your Beagle for a long walk before leaving the house will leave him with little energy to be destructive. Beagles who bark or howl are often doing so because they are bored. Ensuring your dog has plenty of exercise and toys or bones to chew on, will keep him entertained and will stave off many of these undesirable behaviors.

All About The Labrador Retriever

All About The Labrador Retriever

20 Feb / 2016



Written By: Natasha Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 462 Comment: 0

The Labrador Retriever is one of many breeds of the retriever hunting type. Extremely loyal and intelligent, Labradors are one the most popular pet breeds in numerous countries. While they still serve the purpose for which they were initially bred, which is retrieving small downed waterfowl, they are also adept at a number of other jobs including leading the blind, acting as hearing dogs, and police and military work.

Basic Dog Training Part I

Basic Dog Training Part I

19 Jan / 2016



Written By: Natasha Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 418 Comment: 0

Dog training is the process of teaching a dog to exhibit certain desired behaviors in specific circumstances. Some examples are:

* Teaching a dog basic obedience commands (part of obedience training).

* Teaching a dog to perform tricks casually or for circus acts.

* Teaching a guide dog to lead the blind.

* Teaching a rescue dog to find victims of a disaster.

* Helping a hunting dog learn to perform its instinctive behaviors at appropriate time.

Basic Dog Training part II

Basic Dog Training part II

20 Jan / 2016



Written By: Malini Published In: Dog-Blog Hits: 322 Comment: 0

Dog training begins virtually at birth. Dogs that are handled and petted by humans regularly during the first eight weeks of life are generally much more amenable to being trained and living in human households. Ideally, puppies should be placed in their permanent homes between about 8 and 10 weeks of age.

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