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No More Biting

Puppy biting is a common problem for pet owners. How do you stop it? Know the rules for playtime and learn to use timeout. Here are some helpful hints and tips to stop puppy biting. Follow The Rules Keep fingers,…

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How Dog Training Collars Have Changed

Dog training collars have changed substantially over the past few years. As technology has improved, advances in this field have made it possible for dog training collars to be even more effective when it comes to training dogs. Electronic dog…

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Hunting Dog Training Equipment

Many people believe that dogs have an innate desire to hunt. While all dogs are hunters to a point, not all dogs are good hunters. Training a dog to be a good hunter requires patience, experience and the right hunting…

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Teaching a Dog to Hunt

So, you have your hunting dog and want to teach him how to start hunting. He is about 4 months old and you think that it is about time. He is still a puppy, but has shown amazing strides in…

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Where to Get a Good Hunting Dog

If you are a hunter, chances are that you will want man’s best friend tagging along and helping you out when you go off to the hunt. You are going to want to get a good hunting dog to go…

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Hunting Dogs and Kids

Hunting Dogs And Kids Do not believe people who tell you that hunting dogs should be kept outdoors. This simply is not true. This is especially the case when it comes to gun dogs such as retrievers, spaniels and pointers.…

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Your Pregnant Pooch

In the wild, animals engage in courtship, mate, give birth, and raise young entirely on their own; with no interference or assistance from humans. As mammals, dogs are absolutely capable of this as well. However, the dogs that we know…

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Whelping Your Dog

When your dog is ready to give birth, it can be both an exciting and a very stressful time. Birthing is a wonderful experience if planned properly. However, planning for all possible outcomes is impossible, and sometimes difficulties occur that…

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Breeding Hunting Dogs

Breeding dogs is a complicated yet rewarding undertaking. When breeding any dog, certain responsibilities are placed on the breeder, and certain risks are assumed. This is especially true when breeding hunting dogs. These types of dogs require special care and…

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Inside or Outside-Which is Best?

Years ago, it was unheard of to bring a hunting dog inside the house. Hunting dogs had “smelled blood” and were then relegated to the outdoors where they couldn’t attack members of the family. This is an old saying that…

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History of Hunting Dogs

Prehistoric man appears to have partnered with canines over 20,000 years ago for hunting. How exactly this occurred, we will perhaps never know. However, what we do know is that cave paintings, murals, and other pieces of archeological evidence suggest…

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How to Speak Dog

Dogs don't speak "human". They respond because they've learned, after many repetitions, that "sit" means "tuck-your-back-feet-and-wait". It is important for dog owners to comprehend the way dogs communicate if they are to understand their needs. Knowing how your dog is…

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Dogs of War

Battlefield Dogs Not much is written about the heroics of early war dogs. Even today's modern canine soldier is practically invisible to all but those who work with them side by side in the trenches. But war dogs have a…

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Are Dog Training Collars Humane

Are Dog Training Collars Humane? You may ask yourself if dog training collars are humane. Many people are still under the impression that electronic dog training collars are uncaring “shock collars” that are used to harm dogs. Nothing could be…

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Dog Training Tips

Training Tips For All Dogs Dogs do not get the name “man’s best friend” for nothing. Dogs make excellent hunting companions as well as pets. But in order for your dog to be a good hunting dog as well as…

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Dogs and Toxins-From AntiFreeze to Venom

Apart from other dogs, what is the one thing that all dogs love virtually all the time? You guessed it: food! Dogs are very much like people in that they eat out of necessity, boredom, interest, nutritional compulsions, and sometimes;…

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Hypothermia in Dogs

Hypothermia can kill your dog. Although this is especially true of small-breed dogs, and dogs with very short hair, it can also happen to cold-weather dogs, such as Husky’s, Malamutes and Bernese Mountain dogs. The best protection for your dog…

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Great Tips to Stop Puppy Jumping

It's adorable when a little puppy puts his paws on you and begs to be picked up. But encouraging this behavior or leaving it unchecked can cause frustration and injury as your puppy grows. Here are some ways to curtail…

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Teaching Your Puppy to “Come”

Of all the tricks and commands you could teach your puppy, "come when called" is the most important. It keeps you from chasing around after a playful puppy trying to get him to come inside. It could prevent injury. It…

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Choosing the Right Breed of Dog For You

Some people choose a particular dog breed because they like the way it looks. Appearance is only one of many factors you should consider. Here are some tips to help you find the right breed for you. Identify your needs…

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Tips When Traveling With Your Dog

Traveling with a dog can be tough. Dogs can experience apprehension, over-excitement, dread, nausea and downright fear when they are forced to travel. Some dogs actually are nomadic in nature, and so might love to travel, but bark at people…

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Keeping Your Dog Cool This Summer

Warm summer days are here offering more time for you to spend with your dog outdoors. But during the hottest months you need to watch out for heatstroke. Did you know that dogs can only sweat through the pads of…

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Housebreaking Your Puppy

Housebreaking can be one of the most frustrating parts of having a new puppy. Here are some tips to help you. Routine Puppies are easily confused. You must provide a consistent routine. Take him out the same door every time…

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