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Common Mistakes When Training Your New Pup

By |2016-04-01T13:09:55-05:00December 26th, 2011|Florida Puppy Training, Puppy Classes|

Puppies are capable of learning simple commands from a very young age. Don’t try to give your puppy a meaningful training session if he is highly excited, occupied with exploring, or tired. You need his complete attention. Otherwise you’re wasting both your time and his. You can build up to training sessions in more distracting

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Is Dogs Eating Grass, Harmless or a Health Concern?

By |2017-08-15T14:40:30-05:00December 23rd, 2011|Florida Dog Training, Florida Puppy Training, k9 obedience, Pet Care Tips|

For the most part, dogs are mainly carnivores, but they can and do eat plants and vegetables. One of the more common plants eaten by dogs is basic grass. Raw grass is not toxic to dogs unless it is treated with chemical pesticides and or fertilizers. So if you begin to notice this habit in your dog, don't panic. The exact reason behind why dogs eat grass and why it makes some dogs throw up is still basically unknown.

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A Helping Hand in Housebreaking Your Puppy or Adult Dog:

By |2017-08-15T14:40:30-05:00December 21st, 2011|Florida Dog Training|

Housebreaking is an issue that can be addressed at any stage in a dog’s life. Food is also a very important step into successfully housebreaking your dog. Good quality food is a key factor in regulating these unfortunate incidents. Higher quality foods mean less filler so the dog needs less food to get the same amount of nutrition. With lower quality food, your dog has to eat more to get the same nutrition. Remember, the more food you feed your dog, the more stool.

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How to Break Common Excessive Behaviors & Simple Solutions:

By |2017-08-15T14:40:30-05:00December 19th, 2011|Florida Dog Training, Florida Puppy Training, k9 obedience|

Digging occurs for many reasons. They dig cooling pits when it's hot and warming pits when it's cold. Dogs dig to bury and recover bones. Digging is a highly enjoyable and natural canine activity. Lack of exercise, prolonged confinement and boredom can also be the blame. Once digging starts, it can quickly become a habit.

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Why Oh’ Why Does My Dog Eat Poop?!

By |2016-04-01T13:16:46-05:00December 12th, 2011|Florida Dog Obedience Training, Florida Dog Training, Florida Puppy Training, Pet Care Tips|

Do you have a puppy or older dog that has taken a fancy to eating their feces? This filthy habit, also known as “Dog Coprophagia” is one dog problem, we as owners… HATE! This is generally more common in puppies up to a year old, but can occur at any stage throughout your dog's life.

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Easy Dog Training & Tips:

By |2017-08-15T14:40:30-05:00December 9th, 2011|Florida Dog Training, k9 obedience, Pet Care Tips|

Dog training has long evolved from its roots as simply a way to get your pet to perform acceptable behaviors. It has become a full fledged science. This particular topic has been well studied and researched to create several known aspects about the art of dog training. Here is a list of several dog training facts that are interesting to know about dogs and their behaviors.

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General Guidelines for Effective Dog Training:

By |2017-08-15T14:40:30-05:00December 7th, 2011|Florida Dog Training, k9 obedience, K9 Private Lessons, Pet Care Tips|

No matter what type of dog training you prefer, it is important to know the general rules and policies for dog training. Knowing these rules does not just entail effective training but also make the process a whole lot easier. Below are some useful examples that every dog trainer should learn to follow for effective dog training.

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Fictitious Dog Training Myths:

By |2017-08-15T14:40:30-05:00December 5th, 2011|Florida Dog Training, k9 obedience, Pet Care Tips|

Dogs can not comprehend earning food as a reward for training and good behavior. This myth is false. Researchers have proven that dogs understand that their behavior influences their environment. If their behavior causes a change in their environment that pleases them, they won’t forget the behavior.

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