Month: June 2019

Pack Leadership Technique 5: Read Your Dog’s Body Language.

Pack Leadership Technique 5: Read Your Dog’s Body Language.

Read Your Dog’s Body Language. While humans primarily use words to communicate, dogs use energy to communicate, expressing it through body language. To communicate with our dogs, we need to learn and adopt their ‘language’ rather than expecting them to learn ours. One way to decode a dog’s language is to remember that Energy = […]

How To Use Dog Clippers and Groom a Dog

How To Use Dog Clippers and Groom a Dog

Do you spend way more than you can afford to get your dog’s fur professionally groomed? Or worse — let it grow until she looks like a cotton ball? Here is a solution: Give your pup a trim yourself! Grooming your pet is not only cost-effective, but also can help the dog feel more comfortable […]

How To Get Started With Dog Agility Training

Many of the materials needed to craft a backyard agility course can be purchased at local hardware stores, yard sales, flea markets, or even found lying around your home. Weave poles Dogwalk Standard jumps Pause table Tunnel Tire jump Teeter board A basic agility course has the following types of obstacles: Here’s how to create […]

Scared Of Sounds Inaudible To Humans

Scared Of Sounds Inaudible To Humans

Do You Have Issues With Your Dog When it Comes to Sounds We Humans Cannot Hear? Below you will find a letter from one of our fans and my answer in how to deal with this issue. _____ Hi there, My dilemma is my nine-year-old Border/Queensland mix Scarlet has trouble with noises.I do my best […]

Dealing With Anti Social Behavior In Dogs

Dealing With Anti Social Behavior In Dogs

Dog socialization begins almost from birth, when the mother dog starts teaching her pups what they can and cannot do. If they break the rules, she corrects them immediately and if they wander too far off she brings them back. If all goes well, by the time those puppies are a bit older, they know […]

How To Adopt A Dog From A To Z – Cesar Millan

How To Adopt A Dog From A To Z – Cesar Millan

Everything You Need to Know About Adopting a Dog If you’re thinking of adopting a dog, there are quite a few things you need to consider when adopting a dog, and some of them will no doubt surprise you—at least a little. To guide you through the process, we’ve assembled a panel of experts—William Berloni, […]

Easing Terminal Anxiety Through Available Dogs

Easing Terminal Anxiety Through Available Dogs

It’s almost time to board, but one passenger, a 30-year-old man traveling with his mother, isn’t nearly ready. In fact, he’s terrified, as only someone who’s truly afraid of flying can be. Collapsing on the floor near the departure gate at the Albany, New York, International Airport, he rocks back and forth, clutching his head. […]

Harmful Foods That You Should Avoid For Your Dog

Harmful Foods That You Should Avoid For Your Dog

We all love our pets. For many of us, one way we show that love is through special treats such as human food. As long as we don’t overindulge our loved ones into obesity, these little treats can be fun for both pet and parent. However, it is important to realize that dogs and cats […]

Dogs And Cats Under One Roof

Dogs And Cats Under One Roof

Hi Cesar: I just adopted a two-and-a-half-month-old Blue Nose pit bull. She is pure-bred and very gentle but still a puppy. My challenge is I have two one-year-old cats, and they have been hiding since the dog came into our household. The dog lunges at them to play, and it freaks them out. I think […]

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