Category Archives: Dog Training

Dog Training is the name of the game. All aspects of training your dog are covered here, from the various types of dog training methods, to dog training aids and dog training supplies.

Obedience Training

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Dogs are social animals and left without proper obedience training, they will most certainly behave like unkempt furry little things. They will chew and slobber all over your furniture. They will dig holes in your garden and muddy your pristine floors with their paws. They will bark excessively without due reason. They will fight with other dogs and they might… Read more »

Dog Obedience Classes

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Dog obedience classes are a good idea for pet owners, especially first-time dog guardians. Obedience training is one of the best things you can invest in for both your dog and yourself. While obedience training cannot solve all behavior problems, they do address most of them and the commands and habits that your dog will learn can help solve other… Read more »

Agility Training Dog

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Have you heard of agility training dog? If not, you are missing out! This fun and mentally stimulating exercise for dogs are a great way to bond with your pet, as well as give him the physical exercise he needs. What is agility training dog? Basically, this is where the dog goes through a planned obstacle courseĀ  and he is… Read more »

Dog Training Shock Collar

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What do you think of when you hear dog training shock collar? It sounds like something you will never want to put on your dog. It is an often controversial topic that we will attempt to discuss today. I think that we all feel that a dog training shock collar is a pretty inhumane form of torture to animal because… Read more »

Dog Behavior – Guard Against Dog Attacks

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The following article provides advice on methods of defending yourself against an aggressive dog that may be about to attack you. Some of these methods seem to contradict common understanding on how to deal with aggressive dogs. Many dog experts are of the view that you should never look directly at a dog, and that to do so may well cause the dog to attack you.