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5 Steps to Cart Training Your Dog
Learn how to train your dog to pull a cart with these 5 steps.
Published on Jan 4, 2016.

The Ultimate Dog Toy Guide
Looking for Dog Toy ideas. Check out The Ultimate Dog Toy Guide. Includes 38 dog toys for hard chewers, high energy dogs, and creative home made toys.
Published on Jul 7, 2015.

My 2 Favorite Chew Proof Dog Beds
Purchasing a new dog bed for your dog only to witness them destroy it after a few days can be annoying to say the least. I have experimented with a lot of different dog beds over the years. I can tell you there is no such thing as a completely chew proof dog bed, but there are certain beds you can buy that are extremely more durable than others.
Published on Mar 19, 2015.

How to Trim Your Dog's Nails using Positive Reinforcement
The key to teaching your dog to tolerate or hopefully even enjoy having their nails trimmed is to break down the process step by step. By going slow and training each step, you make it much easier for the dog to tolerate the procedure.
Published on Feb 23, 2015.

Use this Effective Management Tool when Visitors Come to Your Door
A dog tether is an indispensable training tool for many occasions when management is needed until the dog’s training reaches a level in which the owner can control the dog through voice commands alone.
Published on Oct 31, 2014.

12 Dog Toys Your Dog Will Love- With Tips
There are a plethora of dog toys currently on the market. Here is a list of my 12 favorite toys that I use to keep the dogs happy and busy. The more interesting toys you provide your dog, the less appealing your valuable house hold objects will be. I also added in some tips on using each toy.
Published on Oct 12, 2014.

How to Choose A Comfortable Walking Leash
The width of a leash directly correlates to the comfort level in your hand. I generally find that dog owners with big dogs choose leashes that are wider than necessary. In my experience, the majority of owners that have large or strong pulling dogs walk them with leashes that are 1 inch in width.
Published on Sep 1, 2014.

 
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