Villa La PAWs – Teaching Two Ball Retrieve


Ever wonder how to teach your dog how to drop the ball after a retrieve? Wendi Faircloth will show you how with a game of two-ball.

The Right Dog For Your Lifestyle

Dogs make wonderful pets and companions; anyone who loves dogs, want them to be a part of their family. Most of the time, we seek cuteness and a friendly nature when buying a dog. But, today every experienced dog owner will tell you differently. It is best if you choose a dog that fits your lifestyle. Just as every individual is different, dogs are different too. Every breed has certain characteristics which should match to your lifestyle.

Is Neutering Really Important

Many people hesitate to neuter their pets, thinking that the process is painful for the pet and avoiding its benefits. The process of neutering involves the removal of the male testicles in a surgical manner, while the pet is operated on under anesthesia.

Safely Restrain Your Dog In The Car

Driving through town or on a highway with your dog is a common practice by many dog owners to keep their dog happy, allowing them to pop their heads out the window and bounce from seat to seat. However, it isn’t very difficult to understand that this can be dangerous for your dog and even you the driver. You should make use of some type of restraint to secure your dog in the car, thus reducing the risk of an accident caused by distraction. Various restraints commonly used for safety purposes while travelling with a dog are discussed below.

Which Is Best A Male Or Female Dog?

Before getting a dog there are many questions to be answered like which breed? Small or big? Male or female? But what is the difference between the male and a female dog? There is an old saying that if you want a good dog, get a male and if you want a great dog get a female. The difference between the genders may or may not exist. Here are the few differences explained below.

How to Choose the Right Shelter Dog

Adopting a rescued dog from a shelter is the best thing a dog lover can do. Compatibility is the most crucial factor when you are looking for a long-term relationship with anyone and the same holds true even for a dog. Many dogs end up in shelters for lack of compatibility with their adopters. To choose the right shelter dog all you need is a little wisdom as well as a big heart and you just might find your best friend.

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