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Top 8 ways to House Training Your Puppy

Top 8 ways to House Training Your Puppy

Obviously the more time you can spend with your puppy the faster the house training will go.  The objective should be to take the puppy to the toilet area every time he needs to do his business.  In most cases this will be either every 45 minutes, right after each play session, after he first wakes up or right after he eats or drinks.  It is important to provide effusive praise for the puppy when he eliminates in the established toilet area.

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Top 3 Ways to Perfecting Puppy Feeding Program

Top 3 Ways to Perfecting Puppy Feeding Program

The danger in bottle feeding is in the possibility that a puppy will suck some of the milk down his windpipe and suffocate.  If enough milk is sucked down, the pup will drown outright.  Even if the amount sucked in is too little to drown the puppy, it will still injure his sensitive lungs. When the lungs are injured, pneumonia is almost always the result.  Between 12 to 24 hours after suffocation the puppy will refuse to eat, begin to experience breathing difficulty, produce bubbling and gurgling sounds as he breathes and very shortly, die.  You must prevent this from happening by every means possible.

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10+ Common Dog Health Questions

10+ Common Dog Health Questions

10+ Common Dog Health Questions

As a caring dog owner we are committed to our faithful canine companions, and we are aware they wholeheartedly depend on our commitment for good short and long term care. To try and ensure our canine lead a healthy and care free life in the short and long term, it is imperative read, understand and follow the professional experts advice when it comes to the most common and not so common health problems your canine could potentially face, their signs and actions you need to take on instant detection as a commitment being a caring dog owner.

Dog health questions: What we need to know

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Top 7 Cool Dog Benefits

Top 7 Cool Dog Benefits

Top 7 Cool Dog Benefits

Owning and regularly interacting with our family dog don’t just fill our hearts with everlasting love and joy, dogs actually according to Heart.org study confirms that having a pet can help improve fitness levels, relieve stress, lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels and therefore boost overall happiness and well-being.

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Why Extra-Large Dog Bed?

Why Extra-Large Dog Bed?

Big dogs like Great Dane or Rottweiler, are more prone to joint problems, especially in their hips and spines because their body has to carry large weights. That’s why it is very important that they get the right size of bed to relax properly, squeezing their body to fit on the smaller beds will be harmful for your dog. When dogs get old they get joint and bone problem same as with human body. Extra-large orthopedic dog bed with luxurious memory foam mattress is especially suitable for those dogs to give them space, comfort and necessary support to their muscles and joints pressure points.

Extra-large dog bed - Why it is important? DogsiteWorld-Store

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Top 3 Ways to Find the Best Lead or Leash for Your Dog

Top 3 Ways to Find the Best Lead or Leash for Your Dog

Sorting out your leash or lead choices by size might help you arrive at a solid option. The smaller the dog the more leash you can give them to run around while still retaining control. The bigger and stronger the dog the less leash you will want to give so you can keep control of their strength. As a general rule leads are never very long, with the aim being to keep the dog to heel while you lead it.

 

The one exception to this rule is the puppy, who needs both freedom to play and the ability to engage in leash training early. While giving them more rope allows them to get into more trouble; it is necessary, or they won't learn the leash and might be on the lead forever.

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Dog Supplies: Top Tips for Getting Adequate Nutrition

Dog Supplies: Top Tips for Getting Adequate Nutrition

The inherent problem is the dazzlingly wide array of dog food products that is now available that abound in the market place with all the dog food manufacturers claiming to be the best dog food producer in the business.

Thus, it becomes essential to follow certain thumb rules to ensure that such manufacturers dog products and dog supplies are genuinely are the best for their dog’s health and long-term welfare will be the perfect choice for the long-term nutritional commitment for your family dog.

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Balanced Dog Food Diet Explained

Balanced Dog Food Diet Explained

Start with a schedule

Speak with your vet to determine what amount of dog food your dog should eat each day, and how it should be given. Large, active dogs may require a couple of feedings at large quantities per day, while smaller lap dogs may only require a feeding schedule of once per day during the evening. Your vet will be able to give an accurate idea of what is in the best interest for your dog. Starting with a dehydrated raw dog food diet based on Castor and Pollux Dog Food might well be the proper thing to do.

Balanced dog food diet explained. DogSiteWorld

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Why Memory Foam Dog Bed?

Why Memory Foam Dog Bed?

Larger dog breeds are often the first to display the deteriorating signs of dog arthritic diseases, though smaller dogs can be affected especially if they fall under a category of heavily bred pure breeds. These serious arthritic disease symptoms can be lessened or even prevented from occurring, and at the very least slowed down, however, with conscientious attention to diet and believe it or not, sleeping arrangements.

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Training new puppy to accept dog collar and dog leash

Training new puppy to accept dog collar and dog leash

Training new puppy to accept dog collar and dog leash

It is important to give the puppy plenty of practice and use the highest standard of care and patience in getting used to walking on the dog leash in the home.  It is best to do plenty of work in the home, since it is a safe environment with few distractions.  After the puppy is comfortable walking indoors on a leash, it is time to start going outside, beginning of course in a small, enclosed area like a fenced yard.  After the puppy has mastered walking calmly outdoors on a leash, it is time to visit some places where there are more distractions.

You may want to start with a place like a neighbor’s yard.  Walking your new puppy with his new dog collar and leash around the neighborhood is a good way to introduce your neighbors to the new puppy, while giving the puppy valuable experience in avoiding distractions and focusing on his leash training.

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