Taking Your New Puppy For A Vet Check
You just bought a new puppy from a breeder or perhaps you adopted it from a shelter or rescue group. The first thing you should do is make arrangements to take the puppy to your vet for a wellness examination. Most breeders allow a certain number of days to accomplish the wellness exam and you want to make sure that you have a healthy puppy. This is especially true if you are going to bring this puppy around your other pets.Why Is Obedience Training So Important?
To me that seems like such a silly question however there are a bunch of dog owners out there that just don’t have a clue what the answer may be. There are many reasons that you need a trained dog and in this article I won’t be able to address them all however I do want to point out some of the very important reasons.How Do I Crate Train My Dog?
One of the major challenges of dog ownership (particularly for first-time owners) is the issue of house-training (also known as potty-training, toilet-training and house-breaking). In this article I will tell you all at what AGE you should start crate training, HOW to do it and even give you an EXAMPLE CRATE TRAINING SCHEDULE. Please read on…Why Fido Hurts: Primary Causes of Canine Pain and What You Can Do to Help
The vast majority of canine pain finds its origin in joint dysfunction, of which there are two principal types: degenerative, and developmental. Occasionally, joint problems are the result of trauma.How to Train Your Dog – Housebreaking Your Puppy
Many people wonder how to train a dog, and the first thing they should know is the fact that training starts from a little age, with housebreaking being the first lesson. Often, the course of housebreaking is a cause of anxiety, though it does not need to be traumatic for you and the puppy. What makes the process easy is the role played by Mother Nature from the very beginning of the process.