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Many people adopt dogs without knowing a great deal about how to care for them. There are many different issues to consider when caring for your dog. Different breeds require different care, you have to choose the right kind of food, and you have to understand the health problems that can afflict them.
Read the following article for more information.

It will take time for your puppy to be properly housebroken. Begin by giving a verbal admonishment when he piddles on the floor, and immediately put him in the area you want him to toilet in. You can head off accidents by putting him in his toilet area immediately after he finishes eating.


When walking your dog, always walk in front. This is a way to show him that you are the alpha dog and that it is his job to follow you around. That sets the ground rules and ensures he goes wherever you want him to go, never pulling you ahead.

Have a rotating schedule for dog-related responsibilities in your home. It's not fair for one person to always be taking care of him, and he'll feel more like a family pet if everyone pitches in. Kids often lose interest in a pet and leave the work to parents, but it's important that you teach them to keep up the commitment!


If training your dog is more than you can handle, you should consider sending it to obedience school. Do some research to find out more about the different obedience schools in your area and talk to other dog owners to find the best school possible. It is best to send your dog to obedience school while it is still a young pup.


Before you adopt a dog, determine the space your dog will have access to. Do not hesitate to keep your dog out of certain rooms if you have valuables in them or some brand new carpeting. Prepare the space your dog will be occupying by removing wires your dog might be tempted to chew.


If your dog has pink or purple urine, go to the doctor immediately! These are both signs of blood, and could be related to an infection or bladder stones. These can both be major conditions, so take your dog to the vet as soon as possible to avoid a negative outcome.


Pick and choose when you are going to groom your dog. You do not want to attempt grooming when your pet is in a particularly frisky mood, because the process will not go well. Instead, do so only when your dog is calm and tired, like after you have taken him for an especially long walk.


Dogs love to chew. Make sure your dog has plenty of things that he can chew on so he doesn't chew on things he shouldn't be chewing on. Dogs love to chew on rawhide and various other things that are manufactured and sold just for dogs to chew on.

It is natural to want to get your dog trained as quickly as possible. However, remember that there is a limit as to how fast this process is going to go. If you are not realistic, you are much more likely to get frustrated with your pet, which could damage your relationship.
Your pet will learn over time, but it may not happen as fast as you would like.

Make sure your dog gets enough exercise. This is vital to the care of a happy dog. Many people don't bother to exercise their dog, thinking that walks are enough. Dogs are active creatures and need to play. Talk to your veterinarian about how much activity your dog needs, and make sure he gets it.


If you plan to go for a walk, don't rush. Your dog will feel your anxiety and frustration and won't behave as you wish him to. Take your time, enjoy your walk and give yourself time to correct your dog's behaviors if he is out of line. If you let him get away with anything, he'll learn that it is okay to do.



When taking care of your dog's grooming needs, do not neglect their feet. Obviously, dog's do not wear shoes so their feet are exposed to the elements and could hurt their feet in debris outside. Look for any cuts or abrasions on their feet and if you find something serious, bring him or her to their vet.


If you want to use your pup as a guard dog, it is best to avoid introducing it to strangers. Teach your dog never to accept food from strangers and keep it outside or in a different room when you have company. If your dog gets used to strangers, it will not alert you in case of a break in.

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 is safe and not making noise for some other reason.

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.


Never give your dog milk! It's not necessary for his body and he doesn't have the proper enzymes to digest it anyway. Feeding your dog cow's milk can lead to chronic diarrhea and leave him with an upset stomach, among other health problems. Stick with plain old water for a healthy and hydrated dog.



In order to make sure that your dog is healthy, be sure to allow it to have access to clean water at all times during the day. Just like with all living beings, water is one of the most important components. The only exception would be that you would want to keep water from a puppy for three hours before bedtime.


Dogs and the people they belong to often develop a very special bond. You owe it to your pet to do everything you can to make sure they are safe and happy while they are in your care. The advice included in this article will give you a head start on making sure you give your dog the life that it deserves.