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    • 1.

      Best Ways To Train Your Dog At Home With The Help Of An Experts

      by Ivana Urbanowski - 2007-02-16
      Don't waste your time and gas taking your dog to the obedience school. There are web sites available on the internet that can give you quick and easy steps on how to train your dog. Besides training t...
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      Dog Behavior: Stealing Food From the Table!

      by Nick Krueger - 2007-02-28
      If you have ever left food sitting on the table and had to leave for a while, then you may have caught your dog stealing food. Hitting your dog will only increase the problem. Instead, a stern „No! „ ...
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      Dog Obedience Training

      by David Lambert - 2007-02-28
      You should train your dog to behave around family, strangers and other animals.Dogs that are about 6 weeks to 5 months old should attend Puppy Preschool Classes. They last for less than 7 weeks and te...
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      Dog Obedience Training - Teaching how to Sit

      by David Lambert - 2007-03-01
      A badly trained dog is an annoyance and can even be a threat to himself and others. A correctly trained dog, on the other had, is a fantastic and enjoyable buddy. In addition to assisting you to bo...
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      Applied Dog Behavior Training

      by David Lambert - 2007-03-06
      Every dog owner willing to train his dog should comprehend that his puppy communicates with ears, mouth, paws, tail and more, making an effort to connect and establish a relationship with humans in fu...
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      Dog Obedience Training Tips

      by David Lambert - 2007-03-08
      Despite what it seems to be from a distance, dog obedience training doesn't need you to be a fearless Hercules, all it asks of you is to keep a few basics in mind. First, establish who the boss is,...
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      Dog's Memories - How to Speed Up Dog Learning

      by Dennis Fetko - 2007-04-26
      For years I've heard that a dog's memory is only three or five or ten minutes long--and then they forget what you just taught them. HAH! After being away from people all night, must you re-teach your ...
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      What Kind Of Self Control Does Your Dog Display?

      by Martin Mölsted - 2007-06-05
      If your dog is difficult to control at the vet or when getting groomed, there may be a self control issue that you need to deal with. There are a number of factors that play a role in whether or not ...
    • 9.

      Behavior Training For Your Dog

      by gamerentalguide - 2007-06-05
      It is highly recommended to have your dog trained immediately after acquiring it, or to simply adjust some deviant part in its behavior. Behavior training is not about teaching your dog tricks or fiel...
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      Dog Behavior Problem - Does Your Dog Have An Attitude Problem?

      by Martin Mölsted - 2007-06-10
      If your dog has a behavior problem or an attitude problem there is no need to worry because you are not the only one dealing with this problem. It is important that you take into consideration the fac...