Separation Anxiety: Dog Care Tips from Top Dog Eileen Proctor

Top Dog Eileen Proctor talks about the End of Summer Blues that your dog may go through. Kids back to school, activity slowing down and the pooch has to adjust or NOT adjust to having some quiet time.

How To Train A Diabetic Alert Dog

There are countless Americas that suffer from diabetes, structuring their lives around it, walking a daily tightrope with blood tests, monitoring sugar levels and planning a careful diet. Not to worry, it can get a little bit easier, particularly if you have Type 1 Diabetes, that’s where ‘man’s best friend’ can help. Dogs can be trained to recognize the scent of those experiencing hypoglycemia, which is low blood sugar and then in turn warn their owners.

Training Your Dog – Striving For A Disciplined Pet

The first thing you need to do after you bring home your pet dog is train it. After all, you want a disciplined pet; one that will come when you call, one that will not pounce on visitors walking into your home and above all a pet that won’t mess up the house. The process of training can be overwhelming if you do not know how to go about it and if you are not equipped to undertake it smoothly.

7 Essential Tips on House Training a Puppy

There are probably very few things that compare to the joy of bringing home a new puppy. But you should also understand that among the most important parts of dog ownership and care is to house train your puppy. Fortunately, house training your puppy need not be the worrisome task that most new owners have. With a few key tips to remember, house training your puppy can be just part of the fun.

Five Ways To Enjoy A Walk With Your Dog

Walking is a boring activity. It is also a very easy activity but that doesn’t necessarily make you want to walk. Here is a list of five different ways to make a walk more fun and involve your dog. Try one or more of them to kick start not only your fitness but your dogs fitness as well.

2 Reasons So Many Dogs Are Put To Sleep Each Year

In this article I would like to discuss 2 reasons that so many dogs end up in shelters and are put to sleep each year. The first reason is a lack of proper house training. Training your dog to do it’s business in the correct place (outside on the grass) is very important.

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