Are You Accidentally Teaching Your Dog To IGNORE You?

All too often, people say TOO MUCH when they’re training their dog. But in dog training, less is more. In this video, Instructor Carol will be showing you how you can be a better trainer for your dog, by using the right form of communication at the right time. This will help your dog to learn faster, and will result in a much more enjoyable training session!

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00:00 Communicate BETTER In Your Dog Training
00:55 Repeating Commands In Your Dog Training
01:26 Using A Single Command In Dog Training
03:54 Using Placement Correctly In Your Dog Training
04:31 Training A Dog Without Saying Anything
08:28 Mistakes People Make Teaching Their Dog To Respond To Their Name
08:54 Teaching Your Dog To Respond To Their Name – Beginning
10:05 Teaching Your Dog To Respond To Their Name – Middle
10:41 Teaching Your Dog To Respond To Their Name – Ending
13:02 Every Dog Is Different And “What You See” Is IMPORTANT!

Thanks for watching,
Happy Training! ~Ken
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Toilet Training Tips for Puppies and Young Dogs

Would you believe that not all potential owners realise that dogs don’t always come ready trained… and it can take anything from a couple of weeks to more than two months to completely toilet train a puppy or young dog. If you have the time and patience to devote to this of course it is not an issue, but it is reported that many of the dogs who end up in rescue pounds are there because the owners could not manage to house train them! You cannot be lazy and expect your dog to learn on its own! Like children, puppies, young dogs and some older dogs have the attention span of a gnat and live completely in the moment… so don’t expect them to remember everything after you’ve demonstrated just a few times.

Dog Hip Dysplasia, Glucosamine, and Hip and Joint Supplement for Dogs

Dog hip dysplasia is one condition that commonly affects dogs. It happens when the hip-joints become loose as a result of their not being developed normally. This looseness then leads to painful wear and tear, and this can take a toll on dogs’ health. One thing that you can do to help alleviate the pain and improve their quality of life is give them a hip and joint supplement for dogs.

How To Find The Ideal Veterinarian For Your Dog

Having a dog in your home will certainly give you and your family hours of joy and happiness. But in addition to just playing with and giving them their needs, you also need to take care of them properly. And with looking after their health comes also looking for the best vet for your pooch.

So You Think You Want A Guard Dog?

Do you really want to train your dog to be aggressive… do you?! If you do then you need to be prepared for the consequences of a dog attack – we’ve all seen those in the news! Dogs do not automatically know with certainty who is a threat and who isn’t. Dogs pick up on emotional energy and in particular react aggressively to fear and anything they see as hostile acts. It is not really appropriate to train your dog to be aggressive towards visitors, what do you expect them to do when an old person or young child come to your door – probably feeling apprehensive (not to mention the postman or other delivery man)? Think carefully about what you really do want – we’re sure you don’t want a dog that is aggressive with everyone that comes to visit! What you probably want is a dog that will alert you when someone approaches your property and then is quiet and calm when you are accepting of the visitor; more of an ‘alarm’ dog than a ‘guard’ dog!

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