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Como Entrenar A Tu Perro Para La Jaula

Quizás rescataste a una mascota que nunca fue adiestrada para ir al baño afuera de la casa; o tienes que moverte al otro lado del país y necesitas poner tus perros en una jaula para el viaje; o tal vez tu perro anda actuando de forma destructiva mientras estés afuera de la casa. Hay muchas razones por las cuales podrías necesitar entrenar a tu perro adulto para sentarse con calma y tranquilidad en una jaula o cajón. Infelizmente, esto es algo que puede causar daño a tu perro si no lo haces de la manera correcta. Lo que no queremos

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People Training For Training Leads

Whether you prefer the simplicity of Cesar’s colorful nylon training leads or need the advanced assistance of the Pack Leader Collar, the principles behind both are the same. Watch now as trainer and Dog Psychology Center Director Jennifer Gray shows Andre Millan the ropes when it comes to using slip-leads. Which collar do you use for walking your dog? Like 0

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America’s Top Dog-Friendly Restaurants

A 2015 survey from the American Pet Products Association found that more than 54 million households in the U.S. have a dog. To accommodate them, top restaurants across the country are opening up to pet owners and their furry dinner dates. No matter where you and your dog roam, you’ll find a growing array of dog-friendly restaurants in virtually every major U.S. city. We’ve scoured the country looking for the tastiest and pooch-friendliest spots around, and have highlighted our favorites below. Atlanta, Georgia Joy Cafe Dogs are welcome on the front patio of Joy Cafe — one of Atlanta’s favorite

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How To Respect Your Fellow Pack Leaders

As a dog lover, it’s likely that you enjoy meeting new pups — whether they belong to friends, family members, or neighbors. But sometimes the excitement over getting to know a new dog can cause you to inadvertently overstep the boundaries of a fellow Pack Leader. Here are a few guidelines you should always keep in mind to help respect the rules, boundaries, and limitations set by other dog parents. If the Pack Leader asks you not to let their dog jump up on you or sit in your lap, comply — even if you don’t mind You may enjoy

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How To Get Your Dog To Listen To You

When your dog won’t listen to your commands, it can be frustrating — and it can also be dangerous. After all, this kind of communication can help keep your dog out of trouble, preventing him from running out into a busy street or eating something he shouldn’t. It can also help keep you sane by helping you manage problem behaviors. But it’s not always easy to get to the root of the problem. So where do you start if your dog doesn’t obey — either in specific situations or all of the time? Here are a few problems you may

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Dog Training

Mastering The Pack

One of the exercises that Cesar has everyone who attends his Fundamentals of Dog Behavior and Training I course do is the pack walk. One-by-one, everybody takes charge and walks a pack of eight or more dogs, all at once. It can be an inspiring sight as someone who had trouble walking just one dog of their own suddenly takes the reins and leads a whole bunch of them. If you’re having difficulty walking your dog, you may wonder how it’s possible to walk a whole lot of them at once, but it’s not as daunting as it sounds. Here

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6 steps To Teaching Your Dog To Fetch

Teaching your dog how to fetch seems like it should be one of those things that’s so simple it requires no real thought or effort. After all, dogs love both playing and pleasing their humans, and fetch involves both of these things — you should just be able to do it, right? Short answer: nope. While there are some dogs that just seem to intrinsically understand the game and will automatically chase and retrieve whatever object you use the first time you try, most do not. Either they sit and stare at you, wondering why you would choose to throw

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How To Correct A Possessive Dog

As your puppy becomes an adult dog, he will probably pack on a few pounds, sprout a few inches, and cool some of that frenetic energy. You may also notice an increase in possessive tendencies — what started as possessiveness of toys has escalated to a possessive attitude towards food, territory, and family members. While this behavior stems from a natural instinct to express anxiety or fear over a perceived threat, it can lead to serious problems in the future — possessive dogs may eventually resort to growling, snapping, and even biting to keep other humans and animals away. So

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Dog Care

The Dog Psychology Center: Evolution Of A Dream

Want to train at the Dog Psychology Center? You can! Visit us at TrainingCesarsWay.com! By Cesar Millan The Dog Psychology Center (DPC) started off as a dream while I was trying to make my way as a dog trainer in South Central, Los Angeles. At the time, I was surrounded by a community of drug abusers, graffiti-covered buildings and an overall negative energy. This was no place to make a dream come true. But with the support of friends and family, and the luck of a vacant parking lot, that dream took roots. The lot was being offered to me

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Safety Tips For Working Out With Your Dog

By Nicole Pajer Exercising with your dog is a great way for the two of you to strengthen your bond and to get some cardiovascular in at the same time. While canine/human workouts can be fun, they can also be dangerous if proper safety precautions are not taken. Follow the tips below when working out with your dog to ensure that you both are safe: 1. Before exercising with your dog, make sure that he is physically fit enough to handle it. Dogs should be evaluated by a veterinarian before starting a workout program. Also consider the dog’s age. Long

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