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The Most Important Thing You Can Teach Your Dog

Category: Dog Training
When you read this article’s title, what came to mind? Was it “Don’t bite people,” or perhaps “Get along with other dogs,” or even “Don’t potty in the house?” True, those are all incredibly important things to teach any dog. But on a less dramatic note, for day-to-day living the most important thing you can teach your dog is how to ask politely for what he wants. more
Cover Dog Contest Campaign Kit

Cover Dog Contest Campaign Kit

Category: NewsBite
Two Cute Ways to Campaign for Your Dog in Our Cover Dog Contest Get more Cover Dog Contest votes for your dog with our super-cute Campaign Kit! There are two easy ways to use our Campaign Kit template: If you’re able to edit images using your computer… more
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Dog Decoder

Category: Dog Life
Types of Barks: 1. Sound the alarm - A rapid string of two to four barks with pauses between is the most common form of barking. It means, roughly, “There’s something going on that should be checked out.” Continuous barking at a lower pitch and slower suggests the dog senses an imminent problem. It means “Danger is very close. Get ready to defend yourself!” more
Littermate Syndrome

Littermate Syndrome

Category: Dog Training
An older gentleman attended one of my group classes with his two Siberian huskies. The nine-year-old siblings were smart and attentive, but whenever I walked the female a mere five feet away to work on leash skills, the male would panic. He’d cry, shriek, and try frantically to follow. The two had been together all of their lives and had never been separated, even temporarily. As you might imagine, this had caused problems in a variety of situations. more

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