Parties, dogs and fireworks

If your dog is scared of fireworks or becomes scared at large gatherings, there is no need to stop the party right away – with a little time and attention, you can help him stay calm and happy through the evening. Whatever the occasion, here are a few tips to make sure your dog is having as much fun as you are! Dogs and fireworks Your dog may not like fireworks as much as you do – and who can blame them? Loud, sporadic noises that have no obvious source…

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Helping a frightened dog

Dogs are naturally curious and curious, so they generally interact enthusiastically with the world around them, but there may be times or situations when they become cautious or fearful. Each dog has a different personality depending on its breed, type, previous experience and individual nature. Every dog ​​is different – just like us – and while there are some true canine extroverts, there can also be dogs who are more concerned about things around them or who they might encounter. The more we take our time understand our dog’s unique…

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How to deal with excessive dog barking

A dog’s vocal repertoire encompasses more than just a simple “shot” – our canine companions use whine, yips, yelps, whimper, grumble, howl and growl in their communication. Some even like to sigh heartily! There are many reasons dogs bark, but keep in mind that barking just seems excessive to us – barking in any form is part of a dog’s nature! Seemingly excessive barking may be due to a breakup-related issue, or they may be trying to tell you someone is at the door, or if you are in the…

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Dog Behaviour and Training 

Tips on how to go to the beach with your dog

Bringing a dog to the beach can be so fun! Whether your pet loves splashing in the ocean or running in the sand, dogs can benefit so much from getting outdoors in the summer. Oh, we like to be by the sea! But there are a few things pet owners should be aware of before they pack the car with buckets and spades and head to the coast. Whether it’s your dog’s safety on the beach or choosing the right location for your ocean-soaked fiddling games, make sure you’re using…

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How to stop aggressive dog behavior

Your dog has a personality that is completely unique to them – and like all dogs, they have different moods, ranging from joyful to fearful. However, if your dog is behaving aggressively – either towards humans or other dogs – you should correct this as soon as possible. Aggressive dog behavior can include: Aggression towards strangers Aggression towards family members Protect resources (like food, treats, or toys) Aggression towards other dogs in the household Aggression against unknown dogs If your dog is showing signs of aggression, contact your veterinarian first.…

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Adult and senior dog training

For example, a well-trained older dog will make it a lot easier for you to move into your home, or give an example of a puppy that has just joined the family! Dog training for seniors and adults enables you to bond, have fun, and help your dog stay physically and mentally trained. And once they learn the basics, you might be surprised at what else you can teach them. Perhaps there is a more fun way to get their toys out of the garden: you could teach your friend…

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Running with your dog

Slowly build up to your ideal run. Dogs, like humans, need to get used to the level of training. You could too Research your dog’s breed to find out exactly what type of running they might enjoy: you never know, maybe Just inspire yourself to run a marathon over time! Why run with your dog? There’s a whole lot of research out there that shows us how good running can be for your health. It prevents obesity helps helps you get fit and it can increase your endurance. It has…

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Basic commands for dog training

Dogs are quick learners, and with your loving guidance, you can nurture your relationship and encourage good behavior by teaching your dog to come, sit, stay, and even use the toilet. Well-trained dogs are less likely to get lost and generally have more comfortable and fulfilling lives than their untrained counterparts. Young puppies are avid students so you can start training your dog as soon as you bring him home. It’s a myth that puppies must be at least six months old before they can be properly trained – the…

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Toilet that trains your dog

You don’t have to wait long to find out that puppies pee a lot – sometimes up to 12 times a day! It’s your job to figure out when to go outside and teach them what to do when they get there. Read on to find out how to train a puppy indoors and how to spot the red flags when nature is calling. How long does it take to get a puppy to the bathroom? It will take between four and six months for your puppy to be fully…

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Traveling With Dogs: The Complete Checklist

Traveling with dogs is easiest when you prepare everything well – accommodation, travel arrangements, and paperwork can be organized months before your departure, which means less stress and more fun for both of you. Of course, you may not plan on traveling abroad with your dog, but rather staying close to your home. In this case, it’s even easier. Just keeping a few simple things in mind can make taking dogs on vacation easier. Prepare your pen and make sure you have thought about everything in the list below. When…

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