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How to Play with Your Dog: In 5 Steps

Dogs love to have your focus, but you cannot be constantly with them either. Stick to these steps to keep your dog amused and joyful so you can do what you need to do. 1. Take into account the age of the dog. Young puppies (which, depending on the breed, could be up to 2 […]

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Top 10 Common Dog Fears

Here are the most common dog phobias: 1. Fear of Thunder Astraphobia is a fear of thunder, and it’s an extremely common phobia in dogs. The level of this fear can vary amongst dogs. A few may just have a mild fear of thunder. In such a case, a dog may possibly tremble a bit […]

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A Good Night’s Sleep for You and Your Dog in 6 Simple Steps

Dog keeping you from a good night’s sleep? With simply some simple guidelines, you can certainly make sure that both you and your doggie have all the rest you require. 1. With a new pup, it’s extremely crucial to create a set sleeping spot for him on the first night. This may include a kennel […]

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Dog IQ Test: Is Your Dog a Genius?

These 6 tests will assist you figure out whether your dog can go to Harvard or simply stay sleeping on the couch. They test your dog’s adaptive intelligence – the capability to solve problems, recognize language and learn social signs, such as reacting to a human smile. Test Rules Work with your own dog, at […]

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How to Teach Your Dog to Go To Bed in 8 Steps

Training your dog to go to sleep, on command, is probably the most common and best commands you can make use of. You may use it to redirect your dog during a distressing behavior throughout a variety of daily events. You should be aware, nevertheless, that “go to bed” must not be utilized just like […]

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How to Break a Boxer’s Bad Habits in 6 Steps

Boxers are extremely clever dogs that train fairly rapidly and effortlessly. Initially bred in Germany to hunt bear, boxers love youngsters and protect them well. They are delicate dogs, but can be tough when required. They instinctively protect their families, and their cleverness helps them to realize when guarding is required. Boxers are extremely social […]

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Dog Home Alone: 5 Tips

Dogs are social animals. They count on people for far more than simply food and water; they rely on us for companionship. Whenever we leave them home alone it may be really distressing for them. There are a few things that you may do to make the separation less difficult. So, we have put together […]

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What Your Dog’s Wagging Tail Really Means

Occasionally the manner a dog wags its tail indicates more than you may have thought. But other dogs understand it. Developing on its 2007 study that dogs wag to their right whenever experiencing positive emotions and to their left whenever feeling negative, a team of Italian scientists is revealing that other dogs cue in to […]

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Dog Agility: A Great Activity For You And Your Dog

Dog agility is a competing sport that tests a individual’s abilities in training and handling of dogs over a timed obstacle course. Challengers race against the clock as they direct their dogs to jump hurdles, scale ramps, burst through tunnels, traverse a see-saw and weave through a line of poles in an obstacle course settings […]

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How Smart is Your Dog?

In a day and age where pampering our dogs is at the top of the to-do list, and our furry friends are on social media, there is a new question to consider: just how smart are our pets? The canine IQ test results are in: Even the average dog has the mental abilities of a […]

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