• Moving to a New Home While Having Dogs

    If you have the ability to have the dog stay with someone or take them to a doggie daycare, you will have more peace of mind and your dog will be having fun. It is best to have the dog stay away until you are moved into the new place and things are out of the boxes and somewhat in place. Of course it does not have to be perfect but there should be some order. Once you are somewhat settled and you get your dog, always have them on the leash. If you have a yard, walk them around the yard to p…

  • PLEASE DO NOT BUY A DOG THAT IS LESS THEN 8 WEEKS OLD!

    Hello everyone, this is very important news that has been really bothering me lately and has been a very big problem this year especially while I have been training puppies. Unfortunately, breeders are selling puppies way to young. There is no reason why puppies should leave their mom and littermates less than 8 weeks old. They learn so much from their mother and littermates. Not only are they selling the puppies to young, they put them in a crate and on an airplane in cargo. Their immune…

  • WHAT TOYS & BONES ARE SAFE FOR DOGS?

    All The Toys That Are Great For Your Dog When you get a new dog or puppy, there are so many toys to choose from. Toys and bones are important to keep your dog occupied when you are not home or can not pay attention to them. Think of certain toys as a pacifier for them. Stuffed animals are not good to give to plenty of dogs because if they tear the stuffing out of the toys and swallow it, it can get wrapped up in their intestines then they can get bored with that and tear up pillows. The pillo…

  • How Dogs Learn

    How Dogs Learn: Dogs are creatures of habit. They learn through repetition and consistency, (doing it the same way every time). Dogs are social animals and they see you as their pack or family. They do not want to be excluded from everything that is going on with the family. A properly trained dog can be communicated with just as a human family member. It takes practice and repetition. When training your dog always remember that dogs don’t learn sentences. They learn one word commands by t…

  • Housebreaking a Puppy or Dog

    If you are planning on getting a puppy, you should learn how to housebreak him or her before you bring them home. You will save yourself so much added stress in your life. There are some important points to successful training and a strategic approach must be taken if you want to have a successful housebreaking experience. You, as the owner, will eliminate many messes from the dog urinating or defecating all over the house by confining your dog to either a crate, playpen or a smaller room for c…


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