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Do You Have A Well-Mannered Dog?

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Does your dog do things that drive you nuts?  Does your dog think his name is “NO!”?  Do you wish that your dog fit into your household better?  Don’t despair!  There is hope! Good dogs don’t just happen . . . they’re trained.  Training your dog not only improves and strengthens your relationship together but also enables you to communicate more effectively with your dog.  Dogs are not born understanding English – it’s a second language for them.  When you train your dog, you help him learn […]

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How to Deal With Separation Anxiety in Your Dog

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Hi guys, it’s Cohen and Albert here with GetFreeDogTraining.com. This week we’re going to be giving you some top tips on how to deal with separation anxiety in your dog. This is one of the most common problems for dog owners worldwide. Separation anxiety is when a dog will bark, howl, urinate, defecate try and rip up things in your house, basically – trying to destroy everything as soon as you leave. When treating a dog that’s got separation anxiety the end goal is to replace the […]

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A Well-Trained Dog Equals A Joyful Household

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If you have a well-behaved dog, good for you. If not, you may be in need of dog training. Implement the tips and tricks in this article to help you train your dog. Specific feeding habits should be established with your dog. Teach your dog to recognize that the food bowl is going to be eliminated 10-15 minutes once you’ve fed him. This can help get him on a schedule. Your dog will quickly finish their meal before you remove their dish. Stay very consistent and persistent […]

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Is an American Bulldog a Good Family Dog?

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Is an American bulldog a good family dog? American bulldogs are great with kids and are extremely loving and protective together. Nonetheless, this is a really strong and powerful breed with a very strong prey drive, which can be easily set off by an enthusiastic, running, crying kid. Close supervision is essential when owning dogs with children. A dog isn’t a babysitter.

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