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    • 1.

      Dog Body Language - Sam, Say What?

      by Rena Murray - 2006-12-05
      Dog body language is very simple to translate when you take a few minutes to observe basic actions. Let's start with how Sam uses his dog behavior body language to tell you when he is unsure, insecur...
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      Dog Bite Cases in California - You Better Watch Your Pup

      by Norman Fernandez - 2006-12-12
      There is no doubt that Americans love their pets. Human beings and dogs have been living together for tens of thousands of years. There is a saying that "a dog he is a man's best friend."I am myself...
    • 3.

      Dogging the Dogs

      by Gary Kurz - 2007-02-06
      The Humane Society has gone on record stating that dog bites have become an epidemic. While I agree that the more than five million annually recorded bites are of epidemic proportions, it is nonsense...
    • 4.

      Self Defense-Canine Confrontations

      by Jack Krohn - 2007-02-12
      That was the article title in the Santa Fe New Mexican Friday morning February 9, 2006: "Canine Confrontations"The story by Natalie Storey-no I am not making that up-goes like this in part. "When Kate...
    • 5.

      Training Dogs Not To Bite

      by Valerie Dancer - 2007-03-29
      According to the statistics, dogs bite more than 4.7 million people per year. This unwanted, and often avoidable, behaviour, results in law suits, medical bills and sometimes dog euthanasia.As with an...
    • 6.

      Outside Dogs - Should I Leave My Dog Outside?

      by Dennis Fetko - 2007-04-26
      I am familiar with hundreds of dog breeds, but what's an "outside dog?" Unless you're medically intolerant of it (and therefore can't take care of it in a medical emergency, so you shouldn't have it),...
    • 7.

      How to Protect Yourself When You Walk Your Dog - Walk Your Dog Safely

      by Dennis Fetko - 2007-04-26
      Be careful when you walk your dog. A few years ago I worked with the San Diego County Sheriff's Department on a case. Evidence indicates the fellow was walking his dog in a rural area when 5 dogs belo...
    • 8.

      Stop Puppies Biting

      by Michael Copper - 2007-05-17
      Puppies love to bite. They do it naturally but it is something that they must be taught not to do. This needs to be addressed while they are young because dog bites can lead to all sorts of problems i...
    • 9.

      The First Most Imporatant Thing U Should Know About Your Dog

      by Dan Law - 2007-11-23
      What People Need to Know About Dog BehaviorAs the old adage goes, "Dogs are man's best friend." However, there are times when people just can't understand why their beloved dogs behave in a diff...
    • 10.

      Preventing Your Dog From Biting, Before Is Too Late

      by Mayra Alfonso - 2007-12-08
      Dogs are social animals. However, when challenged or threatened, they can prove very dangerous. Dog bites are harmful. People dread dogs because they tend to bite strangers.How many times have you avo...