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Dealing With Dogs? What You Should Know First

We all love to ask for advice. Sometimes we ask about our children, or a house repair, or even financial situations.
Asking for advice about dogs is also great, and this article is a perfect place to start. You'll find a ton of tips which really change how you view your dog.

Do you want to train your dog, but you think he or she is too old or too young? There is no time like the present. All dogs can learn, even though they may not learn as quickly or efficiently as you had hoped. As long as you are committed to the process, you and your pet will succeed.


A lot of pet stores and obedience schools offer classes you can take to learn how to train your dog. You should sign up for some of these classes when you first get your puppy so you can learn about efficient techniques and get some feedback on the methods you have been using.


If the cost of your dog's high-quality food is a burden for your family, team up with another one and buy in bulk. The big-name pet store chains offer top rated names in pet cuisine at a significant discount when bought in the larger quantities. You can minimize the cost for you and some friends while still providing your dogs with fresh and wholesome meals.



If your dog is prone to getting burs in his coat, keep a can of Crisco in your kitchen cupboard. Next time you notice a bur, put gloves on to protect yourself and work the Crisco around until you can pry the bur out. Give him a nice shampoo to get the shortening out later.


When crate training a dog, be sure to allow it to stop making noise (barking, whining, crying) for at least 30 seconds before opening the crate up. This is important because otherwise the dog will believe that as long as it keeps making noise, you will come and open the crate.
It can be hard to do this, but is necessary. Of course, always be sure that the dog joint supplement is safe and not making noise for some other reason.

Your pet needs vaccinations, much in the same way that your baby does. Some common vaccinations that dogs require include rabies, hepatitis and distemper. Each pet is different, and each will have a different immunization schedule. Your veterinarian is a great resource when it comes to which vaccinations are right for the age and breed of your pet.



Make your own dog biscuits to provide your beloved canine with the healthiest treats. Most commercial products are over-loaded with chemicals that aren't good for dogs, despite adding flavor and aroma. Use quality ingredients and tell your dog what you're doing in the kitchen! Get him all excited and let him taste-test as soon as they're cool.


Accept the aging process in your dog and know how to meet his changing needs. Your older dog may require dietary changes, more rest and not be as playful as he once was. This doesn't mean he should be left to grow old in a corner. Adapt to his needs and make his golden years enjoyable!


It is important that your dog always have plenty of fresh water available to keep him hydrated. Especially after walks, or other activities, he will need to drink in order to cool himself down. This is particularly true in warm weather. You can even purchase a portable bowl at a pet shop to carry with you wherever you go.


A lot of pet stores and obedience schools offer classes you can take to learn how to train your dog. You should sign up for some of these classes when you first get your puppy so you can learn about efficient techniques and get some feedback on the methods you have been using.


Not everyone is good at training dogs, so quit trying if you see things are not going as well as planned. Instead of beating yourself up about it, get in touch with a trainer in your area. Since they have more experience with dogs, it may be much easier for them to train yours.



If your dog gets lost, it is very unlikely that you will see him again unless he has proper identification. Tags can come off, so the best option is a microchip. It is quick to put in your dog, and it causes minimal discomfort. Simply register the chip ID after it is put in, and your pet will always have his identification with him.



Moist dog food may look more appetizing, but dry food tends to be better for dogs. Kibble is great for your dog's dental health, and in most cases, it's more nutrient rich. If your dog loves the taste of moist food, try mixing dry and canned food together.
That way, they get the best of both worlds.

Send your dog to school! He will feel more comfortable knowing exactly what is expected of him and obedience school will help him learn that. It will also boost his self-confidence, and of course, make a more well-behaved pet of him. Call around locally and see if you can sign him up for a trial class and take it from there.


Keep in mind that the pads on a dog's foot are very similar to the skin at the bottom of a human foot. This means that they have a hard time withstanding extreme heat and cold. If you have to take your dog out in extreme weather, make sure that you cover their paws, or you don't have them out for very long.


Never leave your dog home alone for more than a few hours each day. For example, if you are planning on being away from home for a few days, you should find a place to house them where they can get regular care. Dogs can become anxious when left alone for extended times, so consider their feelings and provide them with the care that they need.



Remember, your body language tells your dog a lot about what you want and expect. In fact, body language is often a more effective training tool than simply using your words. Therefore, if you are training your pet, have someone else observe your training sessions and give you feedback on what kind of body language you are using.


Since you asked for advice, and now have received it, the next step is to put it to use. That means truly implementing what you have learned and then enjoying the rewards it brings. When you see your dog sleeping peacefully, bliss on his face, you'll appreciate putting in the effort.