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  • Training Dog Owners In Patience
    on Oct 22, 2009
    Extensive research and experience has established the incontrovertible fact that successful dog training is premised upon utilization of positive reinforcement. Once-used training techniques that were premised on physical punishment have been abandon...
  • How To Teach Children To Care For The Dog
    on Oct 17, 2009
    If you have a child, you’ve probably heard those familiar words, “Can we keep him?” Dog’s aren’t just a man’s best friend anymore; they’ve become the whole family’s friend. If you’re like any typical family, the children will probab...
  • Pure Breed Vs. Mutts: Are Their Training Differences?
    on Oct 11, 2009
    The pure bred dog is something fine to look upon. It is an animal that has been refined over the centuries to reach its pure, unadulterated state today. These dogs have been bred for temper and bloodline from early times. Yet there is a dog that goes...
  • Hunting Dogs And Training Equipment
    on Oct 5, 2009
    Producing a “finished” hunting dog, one that will perform the tasks of pointing out game or retrieving game, is not a simple matter. In some cases, it can take several hunting seasons and specialized training equipment to achieve the desired resu...
  • Teach Your Dog Not To Bark
    on Oct 2, 2009
    Unwanted barking is one of the most common behavior problems in dogs. It is normal for dogs to vocalize and bark from time to time but many times this behavior escalates much to the frustration of many dog owners. There are many causes of unwanted ba...
  • Military Dog Training During World War II
    on Sep 30, 2009
    During World War II, over 10,000 U.S. dogs were recruited and trained for military service as part of a program known as “Dogs for Defense.” The military believed it would be able to put a few hundred well-trained dogs to use. Their estimates pro...
  • Differences In Dog Training For Hunting Dogs
    on Sep 26, 2009
    As the old song said there is a time for every purpose and the same is true for training your dog. Just as different jobs require different skills and different tools, dogs used in specialized areas require specialized training. For this discussion,...
  • 3 Common Dog Training Mistakes
    on Sep 25, 2009
    There are many different approaches to dog training and many different ways of implementing each of those approaches. Most techniques utilized today however, are premised upon the idea that positive reinforcement is likely to create the best results.
  • Why Does Your Dog Do That?
    on Sep 24, 2009
    This question seems to resound around the earth among new pet owners everywhere. Thousands of people at this very moment are looking at some odd behavior and asking themselves just why is the dog doing this? Let's look at a few of the common behavior...
  • Why is my Dog Ignoring Me?
    on Sep 23, 2009
    So your dog is ignoring you and you don't like that. Nobody likes being ignored. It even makes some people very angry. They are the ones that tend to get ignored even more as a result. It's quite common for dogs to ignore commands. Often owners give...
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