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How well-behaved is you dog? Does he come when called? This is one command every single dog should know well. My blog will provide you with information about training dogs of all ages to teach them the commands that need to be learned for safety reasons. Keeping your dog safe and those around your dog is your responsibility, but it doesn't always come easy. Hopefully, the tips and tricks included here will help you achieve the training success that you and your furry little companion need. Good luck and have some fun during the training process.

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This Is Why Your Dog Needs Training for Your Cat to Live Safely

If you have a cat and want to bring a dog into your home or already have, your dog needs to be trained. There are no two ways about it: even the most friendly dog can potentially pose a hazard to your cat. That doesn't mean that there's any ill will, though. Read this simple guide to understand the hazards that a dog can pose to a cat and how you can mitigate them. Read More 

Beginning To Foster Dogs? 3 Reasons To Prioritize Training

If you're just beginning the exciting experience of fostering dogs at home, you'll want to do your best to make sure that they're as well taken care of as possible. Along with having all the right supplies at home, you'll want to look into how much of a difference getting dog training can be. Brushing up on your training skills or hiring a trainer that can come to your home can be a great idea for the following reasons. Read More 

Adopt A Dog With A Wild Personality? What To Know So You Don’t Have To Stress

If you have recently saved a dog from the local pound or humane society, but you worry that the animals behavior is so bad that it will get the dog and maybe you in trouble, it's time to get in touch with the professionals. You want to be sure that the dog doesn't become a liability for you, and that you can enjoy your time with the animal after you save it. Read More 

Three Great Dog Breeds For Personal Protection

People own dogs for many reasons. For some, dogs are only pets, meant to be loved and spoiled. To others, dogs are meant to be both pets and a means of personal protection. Clearly, if you want a dog who can love you and serve as your protector, you're not going to opt for a miniature poodle or an Italian greyhound. Instead, turn to one of these three dog breeds, all of which make great protectors and also kind, loving pets. Read More 

Foster Parent For A Dog Rescue? Learn About Canine PTSD & How To Treat It

Rescued dogs often have a dreadful story to tell, except they are unable to speak. Rescue organizations, veterinarians, dog trainers, foster parents, and adoptive parents often read cues and see signs in rescue dogs that suggest they've been neglected and/or abused during their lifetime and, unfortunately, perhaps their entire life.  Sometimes, these dogs have post-traumatic stress syndrome, which can make it difficult for them to be trusting of humans. If you are interested in becoming a foster parent for a dog rescue organization, it is crucial that you understand what PTSD is in dogs and how you and your dog trainer can help the dogs in your care overcome it. Read More