Door Dashing Pt 2: Dog Training Tips from Villa La PAWS, Phoenix AZ

Part 2 of 2. Professional dog trainer Wendi Faircloth solves the problem of dog(s) rushing the door when someone knocks or rings the doorbell. With trick or treaters coming, this is a safety precaution that everyone should take heed. It’s also good dog behavior for all occasions when visitors come over.

Two Dogs For Twice The Fun

It can be difficult if you have a dog, but you have to be gone much of the time. Some dogs are well suited to being alone for much of the time. It doesn’t bother them. Still other dogs have a hard time with it. They don’t want you to leave, and occasionally bark or howl when they’re left alone. And then there’s the third kind of dog, who not only hates it when you leave, but actively causes problems. They rip things up, bark non-stop, and generally have a hard time. What can you do for them? Is there any way to fix the problem?

What To Do When An Off-Leash Dog Charges You And Your Dog

What should you do when a dog who isn’t on its leash charges at you and your dog? You might be tempted to jump in front of your dog and act as a shield. However, there are some other options you might want to go with. Some of these options will be discussed below.

The Love Of A Senior Dog

While there may be a number of reasons that potential pet owners will be looking for younger dogs to buy or adopt, there are even more reasons why it is a good idea to look into the love and companionship of a senior dog. Whenever you find that you are looking for a new pet to add to your household, you will see that a senior dog is an excellent choice for a number of reasons.

The Most Common Dog Diseases

As a dog owner, it is very important that you are responsible in taking good health care for your pet. One of the most important things you have to do is to know the most common dog diseases, including their symptoms, and prevention measures. This will help you to treat them when they fall sick as well as prevent future ailments.

When It Is Okay To Leave A Dog Loose In The House

If you have a new dog and have been leaving him in a crate in the house while you are working, you are probably wondering when you can let him have free roam of the house when you are gone. The truth is, the time it takes for a dog to learn that they can’t destroy everything in their path varies from dog to dog. Some dogs are never able to be left alone in the house and will constantly have to be crated when you are away.

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