This morning I took my three dogs, Ranger, Trooper and Linus to the park. This is a necessity since I have two Collies and a Sheltie and live in Chicago. Until someone moves in with a flock of sheep to keep them busy, it is my responsibility to provide them with a heavy dose of physical and mental stimulation. So, I took them to a park near my house and played Frisbee with them and threw the Kong on a rope. As usual I also worked on training to keep them sharp. I asked them to stop, come, go left, go right, finish, stay, etc. They had a lot of fun and were their normal goofy, wonderful selves.
Sunday April 19 – The Dog Trainers Depot, presented by The Little Rhodie Bully Breed Club Inc., in collaboration with Dynamic dog training franchise Services LLC will take place from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Cranston Country Club, 69 Burlingame Road in Cranston. Tickets are $35.00 per person, with a buffet lunch included (and a cash bar available). It will be an upbeat, fun seminar to raise money for The Little Rhodie Bully Breed Club Inc., which works with a multitude of shelters in the state of RI as well as Southern MA, and whose goal is to better help homeless dogs and to educate the public about responsible pet ownership. See the guest speaker line-up and list of topics for the seminar here.
Puppies, which inevitably turn into dogs, have needs. In addition to love and affection, puppies and dogs need a continual supply of food and water. They need training, which is not a one-time event and pretty much continues throughout the dog’s life. Dogs need medical care; even if they are perfectly healthy they need vaccinations and routine appointments with the veterinarian. Depending on the breed they will need a certain amount of grooming and bathing. And your dog will need supplies. The most basic supplies include bowls for food and water, a leash and collar, and a dog bed. Beyond that you and your dog may benefit from dog crates, training collars, and cages.
Most people can name a wide variety of behavior problems they face with their dog. These can come along at any time in a dog’s life. A lot of problems with dogs have to do with separation anxiety. Poor communication with the dog can also create problems. If the dog doesn’t understand what is expected of him, he may misbehave in ways that will make life awful.
The good things about dog training services training forums are that there are many people with similar interests hanging out together. And there will usually be experts out there who are very helpful and are more than happy to answer any of the questions that you may have.
This is written by Charlie Lafave. It has been noticeable throughout the years the extent of damage caused by misbehaving dogs. That is not only in terms of convenience and finances since they will not only feel uncomfortable with the damage but also in spending lots of money in buying replacement items. This is the main focus of Lafave so he came up with this solution based on his observation and research.
If you complete your research in the right manner, chances are that you will end up with an excellent dog sitter who will make sure that your pet is in safe hands. Ask family or friends for reliable dog sitter recommendations and hopefully they can lead you to someone good. If not, you can browse the Web and see if there is a dog sitter in your area who fits the necessary requirements. Just make sure your dog is also comfortable with the decision as he/she is the one who will be staying with the sitter while you are away. Give your dog a little time to adjust to the new dog sitter and try to set up a meet and greet between the two prior to deciding.