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Pet Safety in the Desert

Whether new to desert living or a long-time native, pet owners must be educated on the dangers lurking in the outdoors since some desert wildlife predators target domestic animals. This article discusses the threats and the best ways to keep your precious pets safe.

Everything You Need To Know About Taking Care Of Your Canine Friend

Knowing how to take care of your canine friend is a great way to show them how you truly love them. As a dog owner its your job to make sure that your pet is healthy and well fed. A well looked after dog will bring joy to both the owner and the pet and your relationship will be unbreakable.

Dog Training – Basic Retrieve Exercises in Buildings

Conducting several basic retrieve exercises in buildings gives you the opportunity to expose the dog to a different environment, which aids you in determining the dog’s attitude in such areas. Also it is an excellent area to conduct basic sight retrieves since the space is limited and the dog does not have a free opportunity to “run away’ from you as he retrieves the dummy. When conducting these exercises, various buildings should be used that possess a minimum of distractions.

Fun Games to Play With Dogs Indoors

Whether it is snowing or sunshine your dog needs entertainment on a daily basis. You should take the time to give your dog enough exercise and mental stimulation to keep him occupied all day. By including some fun activities, it is possible to keep your dog in good shape both physically and mentally. There are plenty of games that you can play with your dog based on how much time you have available and how much space you have in your house. If outdoor conditions are not perfect for being outside inside games will work.

Dog Behaviour Tips – What to Do About Excessive Licking

If your dog annoys you with licking, you should take some steps to eliminate this habit. There are some people who enjoy having their dog lick them. However, the majority of us would prefer if our dog would keep it’s tongue to itself. So you need to do some things to correct this annoying behavior.

When To Take Your Dog To The Vet

After you select your family pet the next step is to find a great vet. This will be the person that will help take care of your dog whenever it is sick as well as doing periodic checkups. Of course your vet will also keep your dog current on all it’s vaccinations and perform neutering and spaying at the appropriate time.

Different Areas of Dog Training, Part 2

Needless to say there are many more areas of dog training but they are not all profitable. This is Part 2 of Different Areas of Dog Training.

Different Areas of Dog Training, Part 1

Needless to say there are many more areas of dog training but they are not all profitable. These are!

Grow Your Dog Training Business

Using the Internet to grow your dog training business is a great way to build value and customers at very low cost, and become an “expert” along the way. Four simple ideas I like a lot are the website, the newsletter, the blog and article submissions 1. A website is a much needed item for any business today.

Never Miss A Phone Call

If you are a professional dog trainer answering your phone when somebody calls is very important. If you don’t answer the phone you just may loose that client. This article talks about what you can do to make sure you never miss a call.

Group Versus Private Dog Training Lessons

If you are considering a career as a dog trainer you may be wondering if you should focus on group classes or whether you should offer private obedience classes. Actually, both classes can offer great benefits to you. They each have their advantages for you, the dog trainer, and for owners and dogs.

Coping With Cushings Disease in Your Dog

Cushings Disease usually affects middle-aged and older dogs. The symptoms of Cushings are often similar to the signs of old age so many dogs with Cushings may go untreated. Owners who have dogs with these symptoms may assume that their dogs are simply getting old and they may have them put to sleep sooner than is necessary. Cushings Disease is treatable and treatment can add several years to an older dog’s life.

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