Easy Walk No Pull Dog Harness Review

Easy Walk No Pull Dog Harness Review

Training
Easy Walk No Pull Dog Harness Review When I first got my Rottweiler, Oliver I had trouble walking him. He always wanted to pull and yank at the leash instead of walking beside me. This was a problem because he tended to choke himself on his collar. While looking for solutions someone brought up the Easy Walk no pull dog harness. I had never heard of it before, so I did some research. A lot of people seemed to swear by it. They were saying that it helped their dog so much that they had to buy some for their other dogs. I was interested, of course, so I ordered one off of Amazon and waited for it to arrive. In the mean time I continued to walk my dog…
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How To Train Your Dog – Basic Dog Training

How To Train Your Dog – Basic Dog Training

Training
How To Train Your Dog - Basic Dog Training The following is an excerpt from my Ebook, Dog Care 101 The Owner's Handbook. Get your free copy by signing up for ThePawsHub Email list. An important part of owning a dog is how well you train them. Many people say “My dog is too stupid” or “He just doesn’t listen.” It is often the case that your dog is trying to understand you, but you aren’t making it easy for him. A common reason your dog won’t listen is that he sees you as an equal or someone who gives him everything he wants, instead of an owner who takes care of him. Dogs are pack animals. Each pack has a ranking order from alpha to omega. If you wait…
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Running With Your Dog: Fitness For You and Your Dog

Running With Your Dog: Fitness For You and Your Dog

Training
Running With Your Dog: Fitness For You and Your Dog Running with your dog is a great way to bond and exercise with your adorable furry friend. Read below to learn about all the health benefits that daily exercise can have on both you and your dog. My dogs love running. If it was up to them running is all they would do. My Schweenie, Ella, is one of the fastest dogs I have seen, and she is only about a foot tall. I have run my dogs through the woods behind my house, across the neighborhood, and at the local park. Still, every time I tell them it is time to head back home they get sad and I basically have to drag them the rest of the way.…
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Dog Bite: How to Stop Aggression In Your Dog

Dog Bite: How to Stop Aggression In Your Dog

Training
The most common cause of biting in dogs is a feeling of fear. Dogs who are not socialized while they are young tend to see strangers and other dogs as threatening and quickly try to dominate them with displays of aggression.  Biting is an unacceptable behavior in any dog, especially large dogs. A big dog who bites someone is more likely to cause serious physical harm for which you can be held liable. This may not seem like a big problem if you have a small dog but if your pup is escalating every encounter to the point of physical aggression you can't be sure that the other dog with not return the favor. An unwanted dog bite can be dangerous for everyone involved. Here are a few steps you…
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