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Basic steps to teach your dog to swim

Basic steps to teach your dog to swim

Does your dog know how to swim? Is your dog comfortable in water? If not, do you want to teach your dog how to swim? It would be a great idea to add another skill that your dog can use for his safety and also for his enjoyment. Not all dogs know how to swim since birth, and not all dogs are comfortable staying and playing in the water. Some dogs are natural swimmers and know how to swim, even without experience. Dogs that are not native...

How to Train a Puppy Not to Bite Quickly and Easily

How to Train a Puppy Not to Bite Quickly and Easily

It is normal for puppies to bite. Your puppy does it during plays, as he begins to teethe and when he investigates an object. It is cute to see he do these activities when he is still seven weeks old, however, he has very sharp teeth and does not know the strength of his bite. And it will not as cute as before when he bites as he grows older. We have to train a puppy not to bite quickly and easily to avoid undesirable incidents like injuring...

Effective Ways to Keep your Dog Under Control Outside

Effective Ways to Keep your Dog Under Control Outside

Dogs have boundless energy with the desire to explore the world that they are living in. Dogs get excited when you walk them outside; dogs can even get out of control when they are on the outside of your house. That’s why I will share some tips that will help you keep your dog under control when you take him for a walk or in the park.

Fetching! Teach Your Dog To Pick Up Things

 Fetching! Teach Your Dog To Pick Up Things

Fetching or retrieving are the same terms used by vets and dog trainers, which refers to your dogs bringing something to his owner. Not just it is helpful to you as the owner on implementing discipline but it is also a cool method to let your dog exercise and impress any visitors.

Best Training Rewards For Your Dogs

Best Training Rewards For Your Dogs

It is believed that positive reinforcement is one of the most effective ways in training your dog. When you are teaching your dog obedience, he will learn the quickest when he is rewarded every time he responds correctly. If you were the dog, you surely would respond when you know that you get treats after doing the trick right. When teaching him, for example, to shake hands, you should give him a treat/reward the moment his paw reaches your...

How to Teach a Dog to Shake Hands

How to Teach a Dog to Shake Hands

Can you remember shaking hands with your dog for the first time? How did he respond? Did he raise his paws up? If no, then maybe he is waiting for you to reach his paws and raise it. But, that should not be the case. If you reach his paw, you are doing the trick for him. To teach a dog to shake hands with you is one of the great tricks your dog can learn. This is also one of the most basic tricks. However, this will require every dog owner...

How to Train your Dog to Sleep in His Own Bed

How to Train your Dog to Sleep in His Own Bed

Living with a dog in your house doesn’t mean that your house needs to look and smell like a dog house. As a responsible house owner, you want to organize everything in your house for it to be tidy. Because you do not want the bacteria that the dog gets from playing outside your house to be on your sheet, you need your dog to sleep in his own bed. So here are a few guides to teach your dog to sleep in his own bed.

Best Ways to Train your Dog not to Bark at Night

Best Ways to Train your Dog not to Bark at Night

Dogs bark, that’s a fact. It is their natural means of communication. But it can cause a problem especially when they do it at night. Animal experts say dogs bark at night for various reasons, but this depends on the dog and their environment. 

Why Puppies Chew & How To Train Puppies Not To Chew On Things

Why Puppies Chew & How To Train Puppies Not To Chew On Things

Arriving at your home to find out that your puppy spent his time chewing on your home stuff is really a very unpleasant situation and you don’t want it to happen especially if the things your puppy chewed are expensive.

10 Common Dog Training Mistakes to Avoid

10 Common Dog Training Mistakes to Avoid

Living with an extremely uncooperative and unruly dog can be very stressful. I once saw a lady in her 20s who had to ‘scream’ using facial and hand gestures only  in the middle of nowhere because her stubborn bulldog was dragging her on the sidewalk. Hair in shambles, her loose shirt full of sweat and streaks of dirt, and traces of blood from her left knee, the girl was having a tug-of-war but to no avail....

Best tips to teach your dog refuse food from strangers

Best tips to teach your dog refuse food from strangers

The safety of your dog is a paramount consideration. Like a child, he or she needs to be taught to refuse food from non-members of the family. There are specific things that you can do to protect your dog. Following are best tips to teach your dog not to eat from strangers, and you’d be glad you followed each one of them. I have six tips.

7 General Rules for Training Dogs Successfully

7 General Rules for Training Dogs Successfully

Your dog can do lots of wonders for you. But what he can deliver depends on the training that’s given. If you want a smarter dog, you need to observe certain guidelines. They are not difficult. You simply need to be conscientious and patient. Let me give you 7 general rules for training dogs so they perform the tasks you want them to do for you without struggle.

Best ways to make your dog be a best friend with your kids

Best ways to make your dog be a best friend with your kids

Dogs are a person’s best friends. Although that may be true to many of us adults, it may be a different story to some kids. Your son or daughter is scared to death when your Chihuahua is near them. Maybe because your pet is a bit rough and makes threatening sounds for some reasons. Perhaps your Rottweiler does too much licking or your bulldog shows his teeth with a gnash. Behaviors like these maybe intimidating to your children. But...