Why Does My Dog Lick So Much?
Dogs lick for many different reasons. Usually licking is not something to be concerned about however if the licking becomes obsessive then you may need to take a closer look at what the cause of the licking may be.Understanding Your Dog for Effective Training
Understanding your dog is the key to training him (or her) well, and getting a well-mannered, responsive member of the family. This article provides the basis of any positive, reward-based training program, and helps you, your furry friend, and the rest of the pack to live in harmony.Golden Retriever Puppy – 3 Reasons Why You Should Not Get One
So you are trying to find out whether a Golden Retriever would be the right kind of dog for you. After all, the breed seems to have many advantages and they do look beautiful! But Golden Retrievers are not for everyone and if you really want to be happy you need to take a closer look at some knockout criteria. Find out about them in this article…Dealing With A Hyperactive Dog
Generally when we are talking about a hyperactive dog we are talking about a puppy or an adolescent dog that hasn’t yet achieved maturity. Just like human children dogs can be very hyperactive when they haven’t been stimulated with lots of exercise. Let’s talk about some of the ways that you can cut down on the hyperactivity of your young dog.Tennis Balls Can Be Dangerous For Dogs
I always tell dog owners and new trainers that “tennis balls kill dogs”. Of course I always get a weird look and somebody that says “I have used tennis balls with my dog forever without a problem”. If used properly and with supervision it can be okay however in certain situations they can kill. Let me tell you what I mean.