Archive for April, 2012


Training An Older Dog New Tricks

Written: April 14, 2012

An article based on training an older dog. Benefits are outlined to both dog and owner in this blog post and the myth that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks is dispelled.

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The Risks & Rewards of Online Dog Training

Written: April 13, 2012

Online dog training courses, how to choose an expert and the benefits of taking part in this type of training. Look for kind training techniques and how to recognise the unhelpful dog training advice available online.

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Search And Rescue Dog Training

Written: April 6, 2012

An article that gives information on search and rescue dog teams, how search dogs are trained and in what circumstances search and rescue dog teams are employed.

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How to Find Good & Effective Dog Training Advice

Written: April 5, 2012

This is an article that informs the dog owner how to find a sound and positive dog trainer. This article highlights the main risks to look out for, and offers points to keep in mind when looking for good dog training advice.

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How To Choose A Dog Successfully

Written: April 5, 2012

Deciding on the right canine is essential when offering a home to a dog. What to take into consideration when choosing a dog. Information on matching a dogs exercise, training and health needs to your experience and lifestyle.

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The Benefits of Therapy Dog Training.

Written: April 5, 2012

The therapy dog is outlined in this report. How therapy dogs can make a positive impact on the lives of disabled people. Therapy dog training methods are touched upon, and some unusual therapy types that this type of dog is employed in.

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How to Train a Pitbull Terrier & Understand Your Dog!

Written: April 2, 2012

The pitbull terrier a little about the breed, including misconceptions explained. The article touches on laws within Canada and the UK, positive dog training is promoted. How to train a dog not to jump up and explains that this dog will not cope with any other training method than positive reinforcement.

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