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Why is My Dog Always Staring at Me?

You are just about to curl up on the couch with a blanket and your remote when suddenly…you sense it. The unmistakably eerie feeling that you’re being watched. You slowly turn your head and then you discover a set of longing canine eyes, peering at you. Why is your dog staring at you? Is she […]

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8 Things Your Senior Dog Will Thank You For Doing

As our dogs age, their bodies change and their needs will start to differ. While they’ll always be our baby puppies, our senior dogs are going to have some special needs. They become more sensitive physically and mentally, their bodies and minds start to change, and they will need some extra help living out their golden years in happiness and health. If you’re wondering how you can make life better for your aging pup, consider these tips. #1 – ... Read more

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Most dog trainers will tell you that training doesn't stop after your dog completes their basic obedience training. No, if you are not training/shaping a new behavior, you're reinforcing an existing one. But training doesn't have to cost money, nor does it have to take place in a classroom. With some simple planning, you can continue to use your basic obedience commands with your dog as you go about your daily business. Here are some suggestions for doing just that: Sit&#... Dog Commands, Dog Minding, Cesar Millan, Easiest Dogs To Train, Pack Leader, Dog Help, Dog Hacks, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Training Your Puppy

Incorporating Basic Obedience Into Every Day Life

Most dog trainers will tell you that training doesn’t stop after your dog completes their basic obedience training. No, if you are not training/shaping a new behavior, you’re reinforcing an existing one. But training doesn’t have to cost money, nor does it have to take place in a classroom.

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