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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

Nature And Nurture

There’s an old saying, “Like father, like son” — and, I suppose, “Like mother, like daughter.” This seems to imply that everyone is born to be the way they’re going to be and they’re going to be that way because of genetics. But how does a son really become like a father, or a daughter like a mother? They also say, “The acorn doesn’t fall far from the tree.” But that acorn still has to fall before it can grow, and the way it grows depends entirely on the circumstances it lands in. The same is true of puppies, and

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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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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! 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, soap, etc… and

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All About Dogs

How To Housetrain Your Puppy

In nature, a pup’s mother will quickly teach them not to soil the den. In the human world, we need to take on that challenge if we want to have a happy relationship. In this exclusive video, Andre Millan drops in on Dog Psychology Center trainer Todd Langston for the inside scoop on getting your puppy to do his business outside and the secrets on how to potty train a puppy. Watch now! Like 0

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Basics

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

Puppy Crate Training Made Easy

There are many reasons you might want to crate train your new puppy. A crate can be invaluable while you are potty-training or teaching your dog the rules of the house, it’s a great way to transport your four-legged friend, and it can serve as a safe place for your pup to escape to once he comes to accept it as his space. Unfortunately, even though dogs are den animals and they like having an area that’s all theirs, most won’t automatically take to crates — and your pup can even come to fear them if you don’t handle crate

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All About Dogs

Las Etapas Del Crecimiento Canino

Algunos de nosotros cuando pensamos en un cachorro, imaginamos un perrito adorable que apenas puede abrir los ojos al dar tumbos mientras explora el mundo. Otros ven un perro que es un torbellino de energía que no puede mantenerse quieto un segundo porque hay muchas pelotas para perseguir, perfumes para oler y cosas adonde hacer pis y luego acostarse arriba.   Hay dos razones para esta discrepancia. La etapa de cachorro no es algo que dura sólo unas pocas semanas y los cachorros no se conviertan a adultos hasta algún momento entre 1 y 2 años de edad. A pesar

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Dog Behavior

Puppies And Exercise: How Much Is Too Much?

By Cesar Millan I’m often asked, “Is there such a thing as TOO much exercise for a puppy?” My feeling is that as long as you are careful and attentive to your puppy, the puppy is the best one to tell you what is too much exercise. Puppies often do not have enough muscle tone to take long runs, but there are always exceptions. Most puppies will tell you when they have hit their limit, and it is important to resist pushing them beyond this point. Even if your puppy wants to keep exercising and running, some things you should

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