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Start training your pup from an early age



There are few things that will bring a smile on a child’s face like owning a puppy, but it comes with responsibilities as well. One has to train it to behave properly including house training.


House training

House training is the first thing that has to be done when you adopt a puppy. This will save a lot of work later including cleaning up accidents like poop. This period will be the hardest for both you and your pup. You need to work towards it, meaning if you are lazy; you should not have got the pup in the first place. TrainPetDog.com has tips to make this task easier.


Grooming your dog

You need to properly groom your dog because it will affect his health and well being. Grooming includes cutting nails and trimming hair. A dog should be properly groomed during all seasons, especially during winter.


Obedience training

Training you dog to obey your commands is very important. The time taken to train a dog will vary according to the methods used, the breed of the dog, and how well the dog and owner understand each other.


There are four P’s that one should remember while training a puppy – practice, persistence, patience, and praise though not necessarily in that order.


A problem that dog owners face is excessive barking. There are many reasons why a dog may bark excessively. This can happen when a dog that feels abandoned or is placed in an environment that is not exciting enough. TrainPetDog.com will help you provide such an environment for your dog.


Another problem faced is shedding of hair. This varies one breed to another. Some may not seem to shed any hair at all, while others seem to shed a lot of hair. Shedding of hair can happen during a certain seasons. This problem can be reduced to a certain extent by proper grooming.


Exercising your dog is very important, but you should remember not to push them too hard. The amount of exercise needed for each dog will vary, depending on their breed, health, and age.


Monday, 16-Aug-2010 04:06 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Owner’s part in dog training



There are few things that will bring a smile on a child’s face like owning a puppy, but it comes with responsibilities as well. One has to train it to behave properly including house training.


House training

House training is the first thing that has to be done when you adopt a puppy. This will save a lot of work later including cleaning up accidents like poop. This period will be the hardest for both you and your pup. You need to work towards it, meaning if you are lazy; you should not have got the pup in the first place. TrainPetDog.com has tips to make this task easier.


Grooming your dog

You need to properly groom your dog because it will affect his health and well being. Grooming includes cutting nails and trimming hair. A dog should be properly groomed during all seasons, especially during winter.


Obedience training

Training you dog to obey your commands is very important. The time taken to train a dog will vary according to the methods used, the breed of the dog, and how well the dog and owner understand each other.


There are four P’s that one should remember while training a puppy – practice, persistence, patience, and praise though not necessarily in that order.


A problem that dog owners face is excessive barking. There are many reasons why a dog may bark excessively. This can happen when a dog that feels abandoned or is placed in an environment that is not exciting enough. TrainPetDog.com will help you provide such an environment for your dog.


Another problem faced is shedding of hair. This varies one breed to another. Some may not seem to shed any hair at all, while others seem to shed a lot of hair. Shedding of hair can happen during a certain seasons. This problem can be reduced to a certain extent by proper grooming.


Exercising your dog is very important, but you should remember not to push them too hard. The amount of exercise needed for each dog will vary, depending on their breed, health, and age.


Friday, 13-Aug-2010 10:06 Email | Share | | Bookmark
The things you owe your dog



The very thought of owning a puppy can instantly bring a joy on any child’s face. This joy comes with great responsibilities. One has to take care of the dog and properly train it. A well behaved dog usually indicates that the owner is a responsible person.



The first thing that must be done when a pup is adopted is to house train it. A dog that has been properly house trained will not spring surprises on you. These surprises includes cleaning poop the dog leaves around the house. The more effort you take during this period the easier it will be for you later. Those who are not ready for this kind of work should not adopt a puppy at all.



The dog should be groomed on a regular basis. Proper grooming will actually help keep your dog healthy. Improper grooming will affect the way the dog feels. Grooming includes trimming hair and cutting nails. You should keep your dog properly groomed especially during winter. TrainPetDog.com has tips regarding how to groom dogs.



The next step you should do is to train your dog to obey the command you give, including sit and heel. Each breed of dog takes different periods of time to learn. The amount of trust that is there between you and your dog also determines the time needed.



While training your dog, you should remember the four P’s - practice, persistence, patience, and praise.



One of the problems faced by dog owners is excessive barking. The reasons for this include feeling abandoned. In case the environment provided by you is not exciting enough it may lead to excessive barking. TrainPetDog.com will help you solve this problem.



Shedding is another problem faced by dog owners. This depends on the breed of dogs in question as well as the season. Proper grooming can help reduce this problem to a certain extent.



Exercising is very important to keep your dog healthy. The amount of exercise needed varies from one breed to another. The age and health condition of the dog should also be considered as well. You should not push your dog beyond what is needed to keep it healthy.


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