After I adopted my first puppy, I didn't train him very well. I was too afraid of him getting "mad at me" to scold him when he did naughty puppy things, like chewing up my shoes. I thought he would grow out of some of his bad habits, but it didn't seem like he was. I asked another dog owner at the dog park for advice, and he told me that dogs really enjoy being trained, and proper training actually makes them happier. After that conversation, I started taking my dog to a local training center and he seemed to really love being there! He soon stopped his bad habits and even learned fun tricks. I want to share my dog training tips with anyone out there who needs them and help everyone learn that a well-trained pet is a happy pet!
5 December 2019
Your dog can learn a lot at obedience training; however, it must be backed up at home, lest your dog forget or simply not take seriously everything they have been taught at school. For the training to be successful, everyone participates, from the first class to the last and well beyond. Ask The Dog Obedience Trainer For Specific Advice Every dog is different, and your canine may have specific issues that require special considerations.
28 June 2019
Diabetes is a serious health problem that impacts millions of people every year. One of the worst of these problems is the way that diabetes may cause lengthy unconsciousness in people who live alone, which may make treatment more difficult to obtain. Thankfully, Medical Alert dogs can help here. Diabetes May Cause Unexpected Reactions People with diabetes have to perform a variety of daily tests to ensure that their blood sugar is healthy and must provide themselves with insulin regularly to avoid complications.