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    How to Train Your Dog to Be Kid Friendly

    3 months ago

    Dogs and children can be great combination if your dog has learned how to behave around kids. Many dogs are apprehensive around kids since kids are energetic, friendly, full of life and a bit more eccentric than adults, which your doggy friend does not know!

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    German Shepherd Dog Facts

    4 months ago

    Also known as Alsation Dog, the German Shepherd dog is a highly intelligent breed that was originally bred for herding sheep. German Shepherd dogs are known by their wolf-like appearance, strength, loyalty and noble disposition.

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    Can Dogs Eat Peanut Butter?

    4 months ago

    The answer is that regular peanut butter is safe to give your but in moderation. Most peanut butter is safe but some can be toxic because some peanut butter contain xylitol, a sugar substitute found in lower or sugar free products.

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    How Often Should I Bathe My Dog?

    4 months ago

    How often should I bathe my dog? The answer to this question is- It Depends because every dog is different. It depends upon how long your dog,s coat is, how active they are, their lifestyle and if they have any skin problems. It could range from a couple of times a week to once every few months.

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    How to Teach Your Puppy to Stay?

    4 months ago

    The "Stay" command just asks the puppy to sit in place and extends butt-floor contact time. You can use this power command to prevent your puppy from chasing animals, going out of the door when people are coming and going, jumping on people, etc.

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    How to Teach Your Puppy to Sit on Command?

    4 months ago

    Hold the treat in your hand and move it in front of your puppy's mouth and nose until you get his attention. As soon as your puppy's butts fall down on the ground, happily say "Good Sit" or "Good Boy/Girl" and reward him with a treat to to let him know that was the correct behavior.

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    Tips to Train Your Dog to Stop Eating Poop

    5 months ago

    Potty Training, Training your dog the 'Leave It' command and 'To Come' when called are also helpful in keeping your dog from eating stool. Keep your dog away from access to poop. Make sure that you are providing your dog with plenty of playtime to prevent boredom, stress and separation anxiety.

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    Why Do Dogs Generally Have Wet Noses?

    5 months ago

    Wet noses in dogs are common and most people believe that a wet nose is a sign of good health and having a dry nose is a sign of illness. But this is just a myth. Dogs dissipate heat through panting and by evaporation of moisture through noses and paws( sweat glands present in feet and the nose).

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    Why Do Puppies Eat Poop?

    6 months ago

    It is common for mother dogs to eat their puppies' feces during the first three weeks of lactation, which helps protect the puppies. When a puppy gets punished for making errors during house training, this causes them to eat their stool to hide the evidence and avoid punishment.

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    Can Dogs Tell the Difference Between Dogs and Other Animals?

    6 months ago

    It was found out that dogs appear to be able to distinguish between faces (human and dogs) and everyday objects. The scans showed that the area of a dog's brain that processes faces is similar to that of humans. Dogs have the capacity of species discrimination based only on visual images of head.

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    Why Your Dog Likes to Sit on You

    6 months ago

    Just like people, individual dogs have different personalities and preferences. Your dog may sit on your lap to show other pets or family members that they are in control or in charge. One of the most common uses of scent is to claim or mark the dog's territory.

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    The Pug Dog

    7 months ago

    The breed is often described by the Latin phrase “multum in pravo” or “a lot of dog in a small space” alluding to the Pug’s remarkable and charming personality despite its small size. Originally bred to be Lap Dogs, Pugs thrive on human companionship.

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    Puppy Pee and Potty Training

    13 months ago

    One of the most important first steps when you adopt a puppy is house training or pee and potty training. The process of training a puppy or an adult dog to learn the appropriate time and place to eliminate takes determination and patience.

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    Facts About Golden Retriever

    13 months ago

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    How to Feed Your Puppy?

    6 months ago

    Here I have shared my Personal Experiences about "How to have an Amazing Growth of your Puppy?" This includes the various steps to be taken regarding feeding your puppy and the various types of foods to be given to them.

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