Dog Food Secrets Book PDF
Pets & Pet Care / 08/21/2014

 Dog Food Secrets Book PDF   Discover The Deadly-Secret The Dog-Food Industry Is Spending Millions To Make Sure You Never Find Out. Know… – The ‘Secret’ reason every dog, including yours, is now at risk of an early death! – Why continuing with your current system of care will cut your pet’s life short by up to 8.3years – The greedy billion-dollar companies spending millions to keep the truth hidden from you! – The 3 quick & easy steps you MUST take today to prevent your pet’s early, painful death Introducing… Dog Food Secrets Book PDF What Other Dog-Owners Are Saying About It ——————————————————————————————————- If I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes I wouldn’t believe it! My-dog actually looks younger, it’s amazing. He’s also got much more pep. He slowed down somewhat in the last few years and I put it down to approaching old age, but since I started feeding him the way you teach, he’s had a new burst of life! Once again he’s running instead of walking, alert instead of sleeping… it’s like having the young-guy back again, I love it. Pretty sure he’s rather pleased as well! Justin Kyle ——————————————————————————————————- Sweetpea, my Shitzu is the…

The Online Dog Trainer Best In-Depth Review
Blog / 08/14/2014

The Online Dog Trainer In-Depth Review   Overview: Excellent Product, Exceptional Value for money: This product The Online Dog Training video website is a first class product. The content is excellent compared to other sites which have far fewer videos and the actual training information in the videos is exceptional. Since the site has been around since 2009 some of the videos are not High Definition however these are all being replaced with HD ones. This is a very live site with new footage being added regularly. Here is my review of the key features inside this site. Endorsements The endorsement of The Online Dog Trainer website by the national SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) of New Zealand is worthy of a mention. The home page of the SPCA of New Zealand even has a link to this site promoting it to new dog owners and people who have adopted a new puppy. Every topic covered with over 250 videos Compared to almost all other sites on the internet The Online Dog Trainer has significantly more content. Certainly at this cost. An average video produced by a dog trainer of this standard is usually around $35…

The Online Dog Trainer – Dog Training Videos
Pets & Pet Care / 08/11/2014

The Online Dog Trainer Training Videos   Discover The Powerful Dog-Training Secrets To Eliminate Over 30+ Common Behavioral Dog-and-Puppy Issues With STEP-BY-STEP Instructions From One of The World’s Most Skilled Dog-Trainers! “Are You Facing Any Of These 34 VERY Common Dog-Behavioral Issues Right Now With Your Own Dog?” 1. Pulling on The Leash 2. Jumping On You or Other People 3. Not Coming When Called (Recall) 4. Toilet Training Issues 5. Mouthing and Biting Issues 6. Crying When Left All Alone 7. Not Responding To Your Commands 8. Digging Issues 9. Chewing Issues 10. Problems With Stealing 11. Separation Anxiety Issues 12. Aggression Towards Other-Dogs 13. Aggression Towards Your Other-Dogs 14. Aggression Towards Strangers 15. Aggression Towards You 16. Aggression Towards Other Objects 17. Aggression Towards Other Animals 18. Issues With Running Away 19. Barking At The Front Door 20. Barking While You’re On Walks 21. Barking While In Your Car 22. Barking Around Your Property 23. Barking When Home Alone 24. Issues With Hyperactivity 25. Excessive Licking or Chewing 26. Attention Seeking and Following 27. Issues With Tail Chasing 28. Jumping Up On Your Furniture 29. A Fear of Objects 30. A Fear of Other People-or-Dogs 31. Fear of…

Dog Separation Anxiety Can Turn into a Hazard
Blog / 07/29/2014

Dog Separation Anxiety Can Turn into a Hazard   Dog separation anxiety is that syndrome wherein a dog shows signs of changes in his behavior. A dog expresses a unique behavioral change whenever he senses a separation from his beloved owner. It is generally referred to a situation wherein a dog gets excited and starts behaving in a different manner every time their owner leaves or comes back to home. A dog usually expresses his gratitude and sadness whenever he senses a separation from his owner. This situation can easily disturb dog’s mental health and causes health ailments, thus as an owner you should be careful and take all the precautionary measures and anxiety cures before the condition worsens. It is usually a case with dogs where they are over attached or bonded with their owners. The owners of the victim dogs also complain that their dogs start crying, whining and barking for no reason. Some of the owners also complained that their dogs unnecessarily bark and jumps on to their visitors and tears their pillows and beds coupled with jumping on couch and behaving rudely. Therefore, if you love your dog you must try and find methods to get…

Older Senior Dogs Can Benefit Using Dog Litterboxes
Blog / 07/19/2014

Older Senior Dogs Can Benefit Using Dog Litterboxes   Dogs are in many ways just like us humans. They eventually become older just like people do and as senior dogs, they can lose a bit of mobility. When this happens, doing outside for walks may be a challenge. This is especially true during bad weather days with snow and rain. This is a fact that many dog owners forget especially while their pets are still active and energetic. But there will come a time while your pet will slow down quite a bit. This is when the use of dog litterboxes as part of dog toilet training while young will benefit puppies when they become older senior dogs. Rather than have to go outside for elimination, they can simply go to a designated place inside the house. An indoor dog toilet can come in the form of a dog litterbox specifically designed for canines these days. This location will be much closer to get to and of course more dry compared to an outdoor spot. It turns out that not only older seniors but dogs of any age who might have injuries or illnesses which also limit their mobility, can…

My Dog Doesn’t Come When I Call
Blog / 07/18/2014

My Dog Doesn’t Come When I Call One of the most common complaints is “my dog doesn’t come when I call”. Training the recall is one of the funniest of all dog-training exercises because we do so much completely wrong! Let me explain. This is what we want to achieve: When we call our dog “here Bella” we want Bella to come sprinting as fast as she can to us. Now, in order to achieve this we must make “here Bella” the best command in the world. With the best result and rewards at the end! So here are some tips! Never call your dog if you are thinking of telling her off! You can undo months and months of hard work training your dog to come by telling her off just once. Suddenly coming when you call could be a really bed move! 9 times out of 10 make sure that your dog has a good experience when she comes if you call you. On the 10th recall if you need to put your dog on a leash then do so. When you call your dog to you think of coming as more of a “check in with me”…

Dog Potty Training Indoors
Blog / 06/29/2014

Dog Potty Training Indoors I got my first Lhasa Apso dog Pepper back in 1979. I was getting him use to using newspapers since that’s how many puppies start out with dog potty training. It wasn’t too long before I had moved out on my own to a high-rise condominium in downtown Toronto. My new home was an eighth floor suite in the middle of a busy downtown area with no parks nearby. I was also starting a new career that had long unpredictable days. So based on all this, I decided to continue to dog potty train Pepper to use newspapers indoors in a little room that was meant to be where my washer and dryer was. He got use to this location really well and when I got a second Lhasa Apso I named Max, I trained the new puppy to use the newspapers indoors as well. Max just copied what Pepper was doing so it was really easy. I ended up having two dogs that were completely paper trained indoors. If I came home late, it was okay because I didn’t have to rush to take them outside to do their business. They already did on the…

Checking Weight Level Of Your Dog For Pet Health
Blog / 06/24/2014

Checking Weight Level Of Your Dog For Pet Health   Dog Weight Level For Pet Health One of the most important pet health issues is the weight level and this is especially true for dogs. Unfortunately, I see a lot of dogs out there who are overweight and this can lead to serious health issues. My own two dogs Chester and Roxie have been a bit prone to gaining excess weight if we are not careful with their diet. So I’ve switched them to a low fat formula pet food as well as keep their snacks limited to healthy treats like fruit, veggies and only small amounts of biscuits. We are also quite good at getting out to exercise almost every day that the weather cooperates. During bad weather days, we play indoors to get them active. Monitor Dog Weight Levels We also monitor their weight levels on a regular basis and my new video shows you how we do this. Keeping their weight in check is very important for their health. Here’s the new video Adjust Food Intake And Exercise If Overweight It is best to check with your vet to determine what is the optimal weight level for…

Dog Training Tips
Blog / 06/17/2014

Dog Training Tips There are a few real keys to dog training, whether you are trying to train your dog to come when called, sit, stop barking or any other behavior. Understanding their importance is critical to achieving rapid results that are long lasting and help develop the bond between you and your dog. The first is simple; you must win your dogs mind. If you don’t achieve this first then you will be struggling the all the way. When I talk about winning your dogs mind what I really mean is that your dog looks to you for all the decisions. Before you do anything else watch one of the amazing video sites that show you the 5 Golden rules to establishing yourself as the pack leader. If you aren’t putting these in place then you are setting yourself up to fail. Just at the crucial point where you really want your dog to listen they will go and do their own thing. For sure your dog may play ball occasionally or even most of the time, you may even have a dog that is obedient 99% of the time, however if you want a dog who always listens…

When Should I Start Training My Puppy?
Blog / 06/09/2014

When Should I Start Training My Puppy? by Charlie Lafave, author, “Dog Training Secrets!”   If you have a puppy, you must start training early, but do it gently. Your puppy has to have confidence in you before he can begin learning. Remember that puppies are like children – they have growing bodies, short attention spans, and will only learn things when the conditions are right and when they understand what it is you’re trying to teach them. That said, the earlier you start training dogs, the better. More specifically, it’s best if you start “socialization” from 8 weeks, simple commands like “come” and “sit” from 12 weeks, and more intensive training at 5 to 6 months. While some early training can be started as soon as you bring your puppy home, the optimum time to begin obedience training is somewhere around 9 to 12 weeks of age. Keep in mind that training can cover a broad range of topics – I’m not suggesting that you begin training your puppy at 8 weeks of age for agility competitions! Your training should start off with the basics – teaching him “No!” and beginning house-training. Socialization skills are next – experts tell…