Bake a Dog a Bone – Pet Bakery Business Book

Bake a Dog a Bone – Pet Bakery Business Book   An Easy-To-Follow Secret Tactics That Will Guarantee You Fetch Your Own Share Of The $65 Billion Dollar Pet Industry… Starting From Scratch On A Shoe-String Budget. A Pet-Bakery-Business Offers It’s Owners… Extremely HIGH Profit Margins! A LOW-RISK Business You Can Operate From Home Virtually Anywhere Prestige And Recognition As A PET “Expert” A Business With An Outstanding FUN Factor A Chance To Enhance The HEALTH and WELLNESS Of Our 4 Legged Friends Introducing… Bake a Dog a Bone – Pet Bakery Business Book Virtually UNTAPPED Niche Marketing Possibilities If you have always dreamed about turning your passion-for-pets into a home-based-business that could give you financial independence and control over your life and your future… then this might be the most important letter you’ll ever read! Here’s Why: We’ll provide you with a detailed step-by-step business-system designed to have you on your way to claiming your own six-figure piece of the $56,000,000,000 (that’s BILLION) dollars spent on pets annually. Now that’s certainly a tall statement, but let us show you how it’s very possible, in fact, quite straightforward to start and operate your own highly profitable pet-bakery using the step-by-step…

Raw Dog Food Diet – Why Dog Is Vomiting & Having Diarrhea
Blog / 04/21/2015

Raw Dog Food Diet – Why Dog Is Vomiting & Having Diarrhea   Have you just switched your dog from a commercial food diet to a raw dog food diet? Have you noticed loose stools and vomiting in your dog? It could be going through a detoxification period. Detoxification happens because your dog’s body is being cleansed from its previous diet. It’s a normal part of switching. How long it lasts can vary depending on how many toxins your dog has in his system. But typically it starts within 1 to 2 days of switching to a raw food diet and lasts a few days. In some dogs, detoxification has been known to last for a few weeks, although I would advice having your dog checked by a vet if vomiting and diarrhea persists for more than a week. Signs of detoxification include earwax build up, foul odor, vomiting, loose stools, itchy skin, increased bowels and bad breath. Did you know that you can choose to have your dog detoxified even before you start him on a raw dog food diet? Some pet owners do this because of the benefits associated with early detoxification. One benefit is that your dog’s…

How To Housetrain & Potty Train Any Dog or Puppy Quickly & Easily
Pets & Pet Care / 04/12/2015

  How To Housetrain & Potty Train Any Dog or Puppy Quickly & Easily   Don’t waste time! The more times your pet goes to the bathroom inside your home the harder it will be to break him of this habit. Take action now and permanently stop him from using the bathroom inside before it’s too late! These potty-training techniques will give you the secrets and knowledge of professional dog-trainers allowing you to limit mistakes, communicate with him easier, and see immediate results. You will not only learn how to potty-train puppies, but you will also learn how to potty-train fully grown Adult-Dogs! These potty-training techniques have worked with every breed-of-dog, and are guaranteed to work with him or you will get your money back! Introducing… How To Housetrain & Potty Train Any Dog or Puppy Quickly & Easily The guide will give you the full complete steps to successfully pot-train-any-dog. You will be able to train-your-dog-quickly-and-easily without having to spend hundreds of dollars on dog-trainers and you can rest-assured that the techniques work so you will not be teaching him improperly. Discover the Dog-Potty Training Solution That Will Permanently Housebreak-Your-Dog… Learn all of the techniques, tips, and tricks needed…

Puppy Potty Training Using Dog Litter Boxes
Blog / 03/15/2015

Puppy Potty Training Using Dog Litter Boxes   My two dogs love going outside for exercise and play but only if the weather is nice. If there is bad weather like snowstorms or heavy rain showers, they don’t want to go out at all and I don’t blame them. The good thing is that unlike most other canines that have to go out to do their business at least two to three times per day in all sorts of weather conditions, my two dogs can stay in if the weather is rotten out there. This is because both of my dogs went through puppy potty training using dog litter boxes. Right from day one when I got them at ten weeks of age, they were both introduced to dog litter boxes. This method of puppy potty training has become more and more popular each year as pet stores are stocking specialized litter and pans made especially for canines. No More Bad Weather Dog Walks Up here in Canada, the winters can get really cold, windy, wet and just miserable. It’s certainly not something to look forward to each morning if you have to get up and take your dog outside…

Lack Of Freedom With Traditional Puppy Housebreaking
Blog / 01/16/2015

Lack Of Freedom With Traditional Puppy Housebreaking   Most dog owners have to adhere to a relatively fixed schedule of taking their dogs out first thing in the morning and then rushing home at the end of the day to let their dogs out again for elimination. Sometimes, they would even come home during lunch hours to take their dogs out for a mid-day break. It was part of traditional puppy housebreaking for dogs to hold everything in all day inside the house without soiling the carpets or floors. If one is caught in rush hour after work resulting in big delays getting home, it would be up to the dogs to keep holding things in. Of course, sometimes they can’t do this if the owner is really late coming home. Then when dog owners go out in the evenings, they have to sometimes leave social events early in order to make it back home in time again to let their dogs out once more before it is time to go to bed. This type of a relatively fixed schedule is one that most dog owners live with. It doesn’t offer much freedom to really stray from such an inflexible…

Lhasa Apso Dogs Dogs Breed Information In Detail
Blog / 12/17/2014

Lhasa Apso Dogs Dogs Breed Information In Detail   One of the cutest looking dogs around is the Lhasa Apso. The puppies especially are just irresistible but before one decides to purchase a Lhasa Apso dog just because the kids are begging for one, there are some things that should be known about this particular dog breed. History Of Lhasa Apso Dogs Historically, Lhasa Apsos were kept by the monasteries and nobility in Tibet as indoor watch dogs. They would sleep by their masters and with their high intelligence plus keen sense of hearing, would warn of any intruders. This breed was never bought or sold in Tibet. Instead, the Dalai Lama sent them in pairs to the emperors of China as gifts. High ranking visitors to Tibet also received Lhasa Apso dogs as gifts. They are also referred to as the little bark sentinel lion dogs since fully grown Lhasa Apsos could resemble small lions with all their hair. These dogs can also behave very much like lions exhibiting no fear when confronted by strangers or even larger dogs. Despite its small size with adult females reaching 12 to 16 pounds and adult males ranging from 14 to 18…

Finally, Something to Help with the Raw Food Diet for Dogs
Blog / 11/25/2014

Finally, Something to Help with the Raw Food Diet for Dogs   When trying something for the first time, mistakes are an inevitable part of your learning curve. But what if your mistake can jeopardize your dog’s life? That’s the predicament I faced when I decided to put my new Shar-Pei litter and their mom on a raw food diet. I knew this type of diet was the best diet for my doggy family, but I was pretty nervous about switching them for fear of food contamination. Seeing how puppies can be so fragile in their first few weeks, I didn’t want to risk their health by either introducing them to commercial food or inadvertently harming them with a raw food diet. In a way, I was damned if I did and damned if I didn’t. In this respect, Maggie Rhines’ “Going Rawr! Dog Lover’s Compendium” was a real life saver. Her book really went into detail when it came to the issue of food safety. From learning how to buy fresh to food handling, from preparation and serving to how much to prepare, from what to prepare to how to transition adult dogs, and how to wean pups… the…

How to Train a Dominant Dog
Blog / 11/16/2014

How to Train a Dominant Dog Have you ever been in the situation where you are out for a walk with your dog, happily going down the street when your heart misses a beat and then sinks because you see another dog coming? It means only one thing. Your lovely but very dominant dog is going to try to leave their mark on yet another dog. And you’ve no idea how badly this could go! Even though the other dog is on a leash you know you’re in trouble if they come too close, and so you start looking for an exit strategy… But before you know it your dog is pulling like crazy and the hair on their back is starting to rise. You’ve tried everything to stop this behavior. Like tugging on the leash, a different collar, distraction with food but nothing has made the slightest bit of difference. Now it’s just a case of keeping them separated at all costs. You’ve started to give up all hope. So where did it all go so horribly wrong? The thing that so many dog owners and trainers don’t seem to understand is that if you’ve been giving your dog…

Dog Training – Become The Pack Leader
Blog / 09/29/2014

Dog Training – Become The Pack Leader Of all the questions that people ask “how to become the pack leader” is the big one! This is by far the most important question how to convince your dog that you are the person in charge. Think of the pack leader as the decision maker – where you should go on the walk, how to behave in different situations and how to respond to all the strange things that are out there. When you understand how dogs packs work you soon realize the importance, that pack leader makes all the decisions. If you leave it up to your dog then there a big chance that your dog is going to get something’s very wrong and make a mistake! In order to understand how to become the pack leader you must first recognize that the following means nothing to a dog…. What car you drive, the size of your house, the money you earn or the fact that you speak languages! Your dog would happily swap all of that for a nice snack! Asking your dog to sit before her dinner falls a long way short of what you need to be achieving…

Car Safety Tips For Dogs During Driving
Blog / 09/19/2014

Car Safety Tips For Dogs During Driving   My two dogs absolutely love taking car rides. However, quite often when we are out on the roads, we see other dog owners with their dogs in cars and some very unsafe practices. I want to highlight some of these. For example, we often see dogs in cars sticking their heads out the windows. The dogs obviously love doing this but there is a danger to this. Road debris can fly up and hurt the dog’s eyes. In fact, experts claim that when a car is traveling at speed, an impact with a small insect can cause considerable damage to a dog’s eyes. So don’t let your dog stick out its head out the window. You can roll down the window enough so that your dog can still enjoy the nice breeze but not down enough for it to stick its entire head out. Safety Tips For Dogs In Cars Video   Keep Dogs In Back Seats The other thing we see is dog owners allowing their dogs to sit in the front seats. Think about this, if you get into a car accident and the front airbags engage, there is a…