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  • Can a dog learn how to “SIT”!
    on Jan 16, 2009 in Dog FAQs
    The SIT command can be taught in two different ways. One method is to call out the dog’s name and praise him when he looks up at you. Draw the pup’s attention to your hand in which you can hold a treat. Snap your fingers; move the hand up to your...
  • Regular grooming of dog’s hair is a must to avoid certain diseases.
    on Jan 14, 2009 in Dog FAQs
    Regular attention to the dog’s coat, ears, eyes, teeth and feet is very important. You will be troubled with many disorders relating to these parts of the dog’s body if regular care is taken. Brushing: Brushing a dog’s hair everyday is one of t...
  • How can eyes of dog be taken care of?
    on Jan 13, 2009 in Dog FAQs
    While grooming, eyes should be cleaned gently every day with a little cotton soaked in clean water. Sometimes there is dried secretion in the corners of the eyes, which can be removed by a wet cotton swab. In many dogs, especially breeds such as bass...
  • Teeth of the dogs need to be examined daily.
    on Jan 13, 2009 in Dog FAQs
    The teeth of the dog should be examined off and on. This will ensure that if any foreign element like a piece of bone is lodged between the teeth, it can be removed. Deposits of tartar on the teeth will also be visible. In the long run, this is a ver...
  • What’s a best way to teach a dog commands like “NO”?
    on Jan 12, 2009 in Dog FAQs
    You must be consistent in the way you give orders to your dog since dogs do not understand language, but respond only to particular sounds and hand signs. Since the hearing power of dogs is very good, do not yell; it is the tone of the voice that mat...
  • Preparing a bed for the pups
    on Jan 11, 2009 in Dog FAQs
    It is desirable to decide well in time where the pregnant bitch will deliver her pups. Choose a quite place so that she is not disturbed, and get her used to sleeping there only during the last one or two weeks of pregnancy. Induce and accustom the f...
  • Ears of dogs need to be examined daily.
    on Jan 10, 2009 in Dog FAQs
    The ears of dogs should be examined daily as an essential part of grooming. Long droopy-eared breeds like spaniels and poodles are much more susceptible to ear problems than erect-eared breeds. This may be because the droopy ear flap interferes with...
  • What’s a best way to teach a dog commands like “HEEL”?
    on Jan 9, 2009 in Dog FAQs
    Heeling refers to a correct walking style by the dog, that is, under leash control with his right shoulder in line with the owner’s left knee. This should be taught to the pup at 3 to 4 months of age on completion of his vaccination schedule. Get a...
  • Owner must train the dog with lots of patience and kindness.
    on Jan 8, 2009 in Dog FAQs
    Before training a dog, we must win the trust by handling him gently, talking to him softly, and giving him lots of affection. Except for toilet-training, however, put off training until your dog has had a week or two to adjust to the family and his s...
  • A balanced diet- an essential factor for the physical growth of your puppy
    on Jan 7, 2009 in Dog FAQs
    The important point is to balance the proteins, carbohydrates and fats in the dog’s diet as we do for ourselves. The various foodstuffs recommended for puppies are milk, cottage cheese, yoghurt, wheat porridge, cream of wheat (suji), various season...
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