A Well-trained Pet Is a Happy Pet
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A Well-trained Pet Is a Happy Pet

After I adopted my first puppy, I didn't train him very well. I was too afraid of him getting "mad at me" to scold him when he did naughty puppy things, like chewing up my shoes. I thought he would grow out of some of his bad habits, but it didn't seem like he was. I asked another dog owner at the dog park for advice, and he told me that dogs really enjoy being trained, and proper training actually makes them happier. After that conversation, I started taking my dog to a local training center and he seemed to really love being there! He soon stopped his bad habits and even learned fun tricks. I want to share my dog training tips with anyone out there who needs them and help everyone learn that a well-trained pet is a happy pet!


A Well-trained Pet Is a Happy Pet

  • 3 Important Rewards That Come With Professional Dog Training

    7 May 2018

    Some puppies aren't always going to behave the best. No matter what you try, your dog may never listen. If you're looking for a drastic change, it may be time for some professional dog training. It comes with so many rewards that you and your puppy can utilize.  Enhances Safety The world can be a dangerous place, especially for a puppy that's just trying to explore their new surroundings. You can minimize potential threats, though, by having your dog trained by a professional.

  • 2 Reasons To Purchase A Personal Protection Dog

    20 December 2017

    When it comes to protection dogs, the two most common breeds are German Shepherds and Belgium Malinois. Both of these breeds are incredibly smart, and they are easy to train. This makes them excellent as protection dogs. Many protection dogs are previous police dogs or military dogs that are ready to retire. However, because these dogs are trained for a specific purpose, it is important that they are placed in homes where they can contain to perform these skills.

  • How To Prepare Your Pup For Dog Boarding

    6 August 2017

    It isn't always possible to find a pet sitter when taking a trip. When this happens, you'll need to take advantage of dog boarding. Although you and your pup will miss each other, you can prepare your dog for this transition by following a few simple steps.  Get Your Dog Familiar With the Boarding Facility Dog kenneling is less scary to a pup if they are familiar with the facility and the staff.

  • Getting Around Animal Restrictions And Animal Codes For Better Health

    4 May 2017

    When you want a pet, but cannot have one because your landlord or city ordinances say the animal is not allowed, what do you do? Most people may shrug it off and accept it, but when the emotional or psychological need is great, that is not possible. So many animals in the last decade have been certified as therapy animals, and as such, they can be housed anywhere their owners are.

  • Urban Jogging Essentials: Cracked Pavement, Traffic, And Stray Dogs

    30 April 2017

    Jogging in the city poses its own set of problems for the urban jogger. Unlike when you go jog in a park, or at the gym, you have to deal with a variety of obstacles that you won't find elsewhere. These include cracked pavement, which can trip you up, stray dogs, and dangerous traffic. So, with that said, here are a few things you need to get to make your city jogging excursions more comfortable.