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Herding Dog Training

Owning a herd dog is such a privilege and can be of so much help, when you have a herd of sheep, or any other animals. The part you have to focus on the most, is the training of the dog you choose.

What the Best Dog Trainers Say About Dog Behavior?

“A dog is a man’s best friend” and only pet owners can implement the right behavioral techniques in order to foster this relationship. With the overwhelming increase in pet owners with an opinion, advice on training is available pro bono, but whom better to seek the most lucrative tips from than the best dog trainers. Many first time and even veteran dog owners find it overwhelming to understand a dog’s behavior so it is essential to train them from the start, rather than having to deal with it later on.

Is It Okay to Multi-Task While Training Dogs?

I have been pondering this question since I have two dogs and I train with them on specific things on a weekly basis. The second portion of this question is: Is it okay to train two dogs at the same time? Again, something I have been playing around and exploring lately.

About Dogs, Assumptions and Procrastination

I can totally relate to my clients or potential clients who even when they know the need help with their pup, they do not make the call a.s.a.p. Furthermore, it is rare to have a person call me because they just adopted a dog from a shelter or they are thinking of getting a new dog and they want to make sure they do things right from the get-go. Funny because just yesterday I did get “that call” from a client who wants to work with me in getting ready for their new puppy. Wow! How exciting – breaking the human rule of procrastination. And even more exciting is that they want to get a Springer Spaniel, a breed that I have tons of experience with after having had three terrific Spaniels as my companions. BTW, my business is named after one of my Spaniels: CHACO.

Trying To Find Remedies For Kennel Cough Symptoms?

Most dog owners would agree that kennel cough symptoms in a dog causes them concern. Kennel cough could be compared to the common cold in humans. Research shows it is caused by a virus, and not bacteria as was originally believed. Since it is a virus, it is easily spread. The symptoms are scary to listen to, but if your dog has kennel cough symptoms it is not necessarily a sign of something serious. As a dog owner you do not need to be unduly worried. The reason is that most instances the problem does not require veterinary attention.

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