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Keep It Clean For Healthy Dogs And Puppies

It might surprise you to learn that a mother dog nursing a litter is a meticulous housekeeper, but it’s true. Un-weaned puppies naturally do their business in the den, and their mother works constantly to keep it clean. By eliminating the mess and odors quickly, she trains the puppies to venture outside of the den when nature calls, as well as maintains a healthy environment and helps keep a clean home. As a pack leader, you should do the same for your pups and adult dogs. Not only is it good for them physically, it’s good for their minds. Consider

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Potty Training A Puppy

More Solutions Potty training a puppy is not as daunting a task as it might seem. It just requires consistency and commitment on your part. In the video below, Andre Millan gets a few more pointers on potty training from Dog Psychology Center trainer Todd Langston. Get more tips below the video. One of the biggest areas of difficulty for people who adopt puppies is potty training. In fact, if the humans don’t complete the process properly, it falls into the category of training issues that is one of the most common reasons why dogs are surrendered to shelters. So

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All About Dogs

Best Heartworm Prevention For Puppies

Few things in life are as exciting or rewarding as welcoming a new puppy into the family. They’re adorable, they’re loving, they’re funny – and they’re also counting on you to help protect them from parasites and diseases. Here’s a quick look at common and preventable parasite and diseases and how you can start heartworm prevention. Heartworm Disease Transmission  Heartworms are transmitted by mosquitos, and the worms live in the heart and lungs of the dog. Clinical signs seen in dogs include cough, difficulty breathing, weight loss, exercise intolerance, and eventually heart failure and death. Unlike intestinal parasites, which can

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Cesar Millan

Arrivals Without Departures

Today is the fourth Sunday before Christmas Day, which means that it’s the beginning of Advent. You may or may not have heard that term before, although you might know that this is when kids start opening up those calendars with the candy or toys hidden behind the little doors, one for each day leading up to Christmas. The term “advent” actually comes from the Latin word for arrival, and the holiday refers to expectation of the arrival of Jesus as an infant in Bethlehem — Christmas. But I’m going to be looking at it metaphorically today. Think about how

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All About Dogs

Cesar’s TODAY Top Ten Puppy Tips

They’re cute and cuddly lovable little balls of fur — but they can be more difficult to handle than adult dogs. “Puppy training” is our number one category for questions at Cesar’s Way. That’s why Cesar decided to offer his top ten Puppy Tips, and more. Puppy Proof Your Home Before Arrival Make sure to hide electrical cords and cables, keep trash tightly closed, put child-proof latches on cupboards and closets, secure cleaning supplies. Keep clothes that smell like you picked up and secured in a hamper, and keep dangerous things in the bathroom secured — razors, perfumes, cotton balls,

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All About Dogs

Welcome TODAY Viewers, To Cesar’s Puppy Tips, Tricks And Advice

We hope you enjoyed Cesar Millan’s recent appearance on the TODAY Show!  To help you make the most of puppyhood’s fund and adventures, checkout our videos, tips and links to articles about all things puppy. If you didn’t get to see it live, you can see it right here! Even better, we’ve collected  Cesar’s TODAY Top Ten Puppy Tips in a handy list.  These ultra-practical tips are our favorites for the joys of raising a pup. Puppy training videos Next, we asked Cesar’s son, Andre Millan, and one of Cesar’s senior trainers, Todd Langston, to talk about some of the most common questions

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Puppy 101: The Ultimate Guide To Raising A Puppy

Getting a dog is a big responsibility but getting a puppy is an even bigger one! Why? Because puppies have to learn how to do everything, and you’re the one who has to teach them how to do it. Although puppies can be a lot of work, it will all be worth it in the end because you’ll have a trained, balanced, adorable life-long companion for plenty of wonderful experiences and adventures. But you have to get through the hard stuff first. Luckily, that stuff can be made easier with some patience and the following Puppy 101 step-by-step guide, which

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Dog Care

6 Odd Things That Puppies Do

Dogs are odd. You know this, and we know this. But if you really want to see some odd behaviors, watch a puppy for a day or two. There are all kinds of funny things puppies do without even realizing it. Some of these behaviors can be maddening, some hilarious, but they’re all head-scratching. Out-of-water paddling When you put a dog in the water, she will automatically start paddling her legs to swim. It’s something they all do, and it’s easy to see why — they’re trying not to drown! Take your dog out of the water and the paddling

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All About Dogs

Protecting Your Dog From Diabetes

You may be surprised and disheartened if you learn that your dog has diabetes. But with proper care, your beloved pup can live a long and healthy life. There’s little or no evidence to suggest that dogs get Type 2 diabetes, although cats can. Dogs can and do develop Type 1 diabetes. Just like in human beings, this form of the condition is marked by a lack of insulin, the hormone that keeps blood sugar in check. When an animal or human has diabetes, their muscles have trouble converting glucose into energy. An excess of glucose builds up in the

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Como Cuidar De Un Perro Mayor

Los perros mayores son a menudo ignorados ​​en los refugios por aquellos que eligen la próxima generación de cachorros juguetones y traviesos. Pero, si eres el Líder de la Manada de un perro en sus años dorados sabes que eso es una lástima, porque los perros más viejos todavía tienen mucho amor para dar y aún tienen mucha personalidad y ánimo, mismo que no tengan tanta energía como cuando eran más jóvenes. Los perros mayores también suelen requerir menos ejercicio, sufren menos problemas de comportamiento y vienen a ti ya adiestrados para ir al baño afuera. Por estas razones, son

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