Pet Tips

Take a consideration on what kind of dog you're looking

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If you will decide to share your house with a dog there is a few things that you need to consider. What dog is right for you? First of all, you need to consider your lifestyle and expectations for a dog . This is the most important part of choosing a dog and it is the best way to avoid problems with a dog down the road . Many times people will call into behavioural problems that really aren't behavioural problems the truth is it's really breed problems. Somebody has a dog and the breed is Australian Shepherd and they're...

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What to expect when you take home a beagle?

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What to expect when you take home a beagle? Well the answer is the quickest way for beagle dog to get used to you is to ignore them. Sounds like strange ? But just imagine if you're walking down the streets and somebody came up to you and flung your arms. You would say "Whoa!" It is strange and back off. It will take you a while for you to get used to that person . It's the same thing with a beagle dog they are really just tend to their basic needs. Like feeding , toiletting, walking and the...

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Japanese Spitz Breed

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Japanese Spitz The Japanese Spitz breed is a fun loving, clever, inactive breed classified in the non-sporting group. It is a small sized canine. This little breed was developed primarily as a companion. And is highly suited to its role. The Japanese Spitz began and started in Japan. Developed from Several Spitz breeds. They are sometimes mistaken for their smaller cousin which is "The Pomeranian" being a relatively new breed some Kennel club's such as the American Kennel Club will not recognize it as a Separate breed, but as the American Eskimo Dog. The temperament of the Japanese Spitz is...

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Toilet Training for Dogs

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Toilet Training for Dogs First, manage and supervise to avoid mistakes.Try your best to supervise to avoid the mistakes. Try your best to limit the opportunitiesyour dog has to toilet in undesirable locations. Everytime your dogs go in a certain place. It increases the chances that it will go there again next time. You can help to prevent accidents in a number of ways including active supervision, crate training, limiting access to preferred surfaces and locations, providing anindoor toilet when your dog is unsupervised. Second, reward your dog for toileting in the right place. If you take a dog for...

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A Little History on the Bichon Frise

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Bichon Frise are fluffy dogs that have a very fascinitating lineage with it's cute face and fluffy eyes. You can't help but wonder where this dog originally came from. The Bichon Frise gained populatiy in France around the 1700's but also \were found in ships in the Mediterranean during the 1500's. King Henry III was one of the famous owners of Bichon Frise and allegedly wore his dogs in a basket around his neck. The Bichon Frise were orginally bred as a hunting dog which is very hard to believe since their demeanor is less than fierce.Bichon frise are also known as a circus...

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