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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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Dog Safety

Dog Safety

With the warm winds of summer peeking over the horizon, now is the perfect time to review a few warm weather safety tips to keep your best friend in the pink as temperatures rise. Though seemingly self-reliant, dogs still need some attention and care as thermometers rise, so being aware of their needs is a primary concern for conscientious caring dog owners.

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Vitamin & Mineral Sources the Magic of Liver: Part 2

Vitamin & Mineral Sources the Magic of Liver: Part 2

For years veterinary nutritionists have referred to the ”unidentified liver fractions” and their seemingly miraculous effects.  Whatever it is in liver, known or unknown, few canine nutritionists deny that liver does something special when it comes to a dog’s daily dog food diet mix.  If there is one single dog food that every dog should have in its diet, that food would definitely have is to be liver.

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Essential Dog Feeding Tips

Essential Dog Feeding Tips

These mal-nutritional dog diseases must be avoided at all costs. By researching the most appropriate dog food mixtures recommended by the experts you will find that your family dog must receive a natural raw dog food daily diet, and this natural dog food diet must comprise of fresh meat or fish, fresh vegetables and fresh fruit and this fresh daily natural raw dog food mix should be fed to your family dog on a daily basis – although buying fresh ingredients on a daily basis can become extremely expensive, so the only alternative is to buy a natural raw dog food mix which has been dried and then package so this natural dog food mixture will contain the full quota of the 23 essential nutrients which is essential to maintain your family dog’s medium and long term health and lifestyle.

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The Ultimate 10 Dog Safety Tips

The Ultimate 10 Dog Safety Tips

We are aware it is virtually impossible to expect to keep out family dogs safe and protected from all danger throughout their every day existence as we know that would be an impossible task. However, the best we can expect is to educate ourselves to a point where with knowledge concerning risk assessments, we can reduce the potentially dangerous situations of our beloved companion through positive avoidance tactics.

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Vitamin & Mineral Sources: Part 1

Vitamin & Mineral Sources: Part 1

Mineral Sources: The minerals, like the vitamins, are best balanced in every natural dog food diet by using a mineral mix in amounts calculated to supply the requirement for each mineral and balanced to the caloric density of the diet.  In natural diets most of the trace minerals are found in adequate amounts in the natural ingredients.  It is important that the major minerals (calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, and sodium) be balanced during diet formulation to ensure that they are present in the diet in adequate amounts and in the proper ratio. This same issue is relevant to the above statement concerning vitamins as under and over feeding minerals can again be detrimental over time – again using your due diligence is recommended here.

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