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All About Dogs

Why Socialization Is Important

You might be wondering why dog socialization is so important — I have an entire DVD in my “Essentials of Dog Behavior” series dedicated to socialization in different situations, like at home, on the walk, and in the dog park. So, again, why is socializing your dog so important? Here’s why. The Problem with Humanizing Dogs The biggest reason that people have trouble with their dogs is that they have forgotten how to let them be dogs. The more we humanize our dogs, the more confused or neurotic we make them. A dog doesn’t know how to be a human

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Why Cesar Millan Created The Funny Muzzle

What do you think about when you hear the word “muzzle”? Do you picture a dog wearing one of those devices that prevents them from biting? A muzzle is designed to stop dogs from biting and acting out, but many people believe that muzzles are cruel and hurtful to the animal’s overall health.  This article will discuss the problems with traditional muzzles and why they can cause physical and mental harm on your pet. Then we will talk about how Cesar Millan created an alternative with his Funny Muzzle for your pup! The Problem with Traditional Muzzles Appears Scary to

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Why Dog Bites Happen And How To Stop Dog Biting

5 Main Reasons Dogs Bite Approximately four and a half million people are bitten by dogs in the United States every year and one-fifth of them end up needing medical attention for their wounds. Children are the most common victims with half of bite wound victims being under the age of thirteen. Children are much more likely to be severely injured by dog bites due to their small size and not being aware of how one should act around a dog. Most dog bites occur while interacting with familiar dogs thus the need to educate people and their children on

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Dog Park Etiquette

  A local dog park is an excellent place for many reasons; however, not all dogs will thrive in this environment. If you’re planning on bringing your pup with you when visiting friends or going on a hike, then make sure they are socialized at home first! Consider these tips before taking your pet somewhere where there may be other canines without supervision- it’ll save both parties from unwanted interactions later down the line. Common Dog Park Rules Park rules will vary from one place to another. These rules should be posted conspicuously near park entrances; if not, ask about

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Caring For Beagles

If you’re looking for a friendly, affectionate dog breed to add to your family, the Beagle may just be the perfect canine for you. Known for its gentle temperament and sweet personality, the Beagle makes a wonderful companion and great family pet. If you want to learn more about this intelligent, sweet-tempered breed, you have come to the right place. Today, we’ll explore the characteristics of Beagles and what it’s like to own this particular breed of dog. We’ll also break down the steps to Beagle care and important information on Beagle health. Ready to learn more about caring for

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5 Keys To Handling A Dominant Dog

Like humans, very few dogs are natural born leaders, but you may wind up with a dominant dog that would normally take the lead position in the pack. If you are not the Pack Leader yourself this can cause problems, as a dominant dog will gravitate toward being in charge given the chance. However, if you take the steps to establish yourself as leader of the pack, you can have a wonderful and balanced relationship with a dominant dog. Five Things to Keep in Mind When Dealing with an Alpha Dog You Need to Be Even More Calm-Assertive Dogs will

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Popup Training

Popup Trainings Learn it, Live it, Teach it Programs will be announced throughout the year in conjunction with Cesar’s training availability. Class announcements will usually happen with 14-21 days notice before event. GET NOTIFIED Want to be the first to know about popup trainings? Enter your name and best email address to get on the waitlist. What to Expect Training Cesar’s Way Pop-Up Training 1 Cesar is opening up his ranch to a small group of students who want learn the Essentials of Dog Psychology. He will share some of his secrets to getting started on the perfect relationship with

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Fundamentals 1 and 2

9 days of Training Fundamentals of Dog Behavior and Training 1 / 2 REGISTER NOW March 16th – March 27th, 2022 Santa Clarita, CA REGISTER NOW May 4th – May 15th, 2022 Santa Clarita, CA REGISTER NOW What to Expect Fundamentals of Dog Behavior and Training 1/2 offers the unprecedented opportunity to study and learn for nine days with Cesar Millan, the world’s most noted dog behaviorist. About the program You will begin with Fundamentals 1, a five-day program that provides a foundation for having a balanced, fulfilled dog and becoming the best Pack Leader you can be! After two

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People Need To Be Taken Seriously When They Grieve The Death Of A Pet

When Doug was younger, his amateur soccer team had just lost its playoff game. Needing a pick-me-up, he made the choice to stop by his local animal shelter – puppies had always brought a smile to his face. Naturally, he wasn’t at all looking to adopt, but at the time, five-month-old Delia managed to change his mind. “I had her for 17 years,” Doug said tearfully during a psychotherapy session. “I knew it would be rough when she died, but I had no idea… I was a total wreck. I cried for days. I couldn’t get any work done. And

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How To Help Dogs Get Along

  It’s an all-too-familiar scenario. Two humans try to blend their existing packs and wind up with their dogs fighting and creating chaos. It can happen with roommates moving in together, people trying to date, or even when bringing a new dog into an existing pack. It doesn’t have to be this way and, short of having one or more dogs that are red zone cases (which will require a professional trainer’s help), you can take steps to prevent this problem before it happens or solve it if it does. Before the dogs meet One big mistake people make when

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