Monday, 21 January 2019 10:20

Teach Heel for Dog Walking

What is Heel Training?
Heel training is a training to make your dog walk beside you. If you have a "leash puller" then you seriously need this training. Heel area is about two feet away from your left hip/leg.

Monday, 21 January 2019 10:07

Dealing with Unfriendly Dog

Sometimes we meet "unfriendly dogs" somewhere, no matter it’s a domesticated dogs or a stray dogs. Both are having some tendency to act unfriendly towards you.

Most domesticated dog are just trying to protect their master, while stray dogs usually highly abused dog that became very timid or aggressive toward human and easily feel threatened when they feel human presence.

Monday, 21 January 2019 09:45

Cairn Terrier and Carkie

Cairn Terrier is a small dogs breed with lots of energy with athletic and intelligent look. They have long stand up ears that similar to a fox. Like any other terrier type dogs, they really love chasing squirrel and rats. Digging is their specialty, their front feet is larger than the hind, making them an excellent digger to chase hiding mouse or other hole-dwelling animal.

Monday, 21 January 2019 09:37

K9 Advantix II for Flea Control

Flea is one common problem for feline and canine, especially in the summer. If ignored, this irritating infestation will get worse in the mid to late summer and feels like unstoppable.

Trying to kill adult flea with various medicine isn't a viable solution, they can have hundreds of new eggs every day! And the larvae and pupa can turn into adult flea at any day!

Monday, 21 January 2019 09:09

Puppy Proofing Your House

Creating Safe House Environment for Your Puppy

Puppy will always be a curious creature. They'll try to explore and figure out anything around their living space. However, since a house is not their natural habitat, this curiosity can lead into danger.

Licking at the electric outlet for example, can be a shocking experience for your pup, if she's not careful, she may get stunt and died. Another reason to keep your puppy to stay away from certain area is to prevent them destroying your property.

Monday, 21 January 2019 08:51

Free or Cheap Yorkie Puppy? Really?

You probably find ads about "Free Yorkie Puppy" they probably tell you that you only need to pay the shipping fee. Other may just try to sell you the puppy with very low price, say $200 or $500? You check out at some legit breeder and they put their puppy for $2000 or even $4000 price tag. So, you think you are "lucky"? Not that fast!

Monday, 21 January 2019 08:31

Gum Disease in Dog

Gum disease (also known as Periodontal Disease) is one of the most common feline and canine problem. Plaque is the culprit of this disease. when the plaque builds up and ignored, tarter (calculus) will formed in the teeth creating a rough space close to the gum and make further plaque accumulation faster.

Monday, 21 January 2019 08:10

Housebreaking Your Puppy

I've give you some basic idea on how to housebreak your puppy in this article (see the training part), this time however, I'll talk about it deeper than before.

The Natural Process after Feeding Time

Is it important? Yes it is! Here you'll learn why on earth you'll need a safe confinement called crate/kennel for the training.

Monday, 21 January 2019 07:59

About Poodle and Yorkie Poo Breed

They are one of the oldest dogs ever known to human; they have been depicted in bas relief from 1st century. The controversy about the origin sparks because almost every part of the Europe has some history about this dog. France and Denmark claimed to be the origin of this breed, but AKC prefer to honor Germany as the real origin. In Germany Poodle known as Pudel, the French call it Carniche Moyen, and the Italian calls it Barboncino Miniatura.

Sunday, 20 January 2019 17:36

Stopping and Preventing Dog Food Aggression

What is dog food aggression? Well, people address this in various terms; some call it "resources guarding" some call it "canine possession aggression (CPA)". It's an aggressive behavior around their food, a domesticated dog often shows this behavior around their meal time. If you find your dog growling or snarling when someone get close to them during the meal time, then it is a food aggression.

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