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How To Use The Remote Dog Training Collar
By beartoes
To choose the remote dog training collar is one of the most popular ways to train your favorite pet and man's best friend. These remote electronic dog training collars help us train our pet, for a Read more...


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Dog Obedience Tips For Dummies
By Herbert Spence
When getting a new dog or a new puppy it is always good to know some dog obedience training to get your dog into shape, and to prevent behavioral problems. The sooner you start obedience training Read more...

Dog Training Don'ts- What Not To Do When Training Your Dog
By Ty Brown
Over the years I have seen my clients commit numerous dog training atrocities. Okay, I too have committed my fair share. So let me share the benefit of having seen some dog training mistakes that I Read more...


Achievie Total Obedience With Your Dog
By Perry John
Thereís a difference between disobedience and incomprehension.If your dog isnít obeying a command because he doesnít understand what it is you want him to do, thatís not a Read more...

Tough California Dog Laws Means Your Dog Must Be Given Dog Training In California
By Roland Parris Jefferson III
California is a state where strict laws are enforced to dog owners, making them liable for any damages created by the dog. This means if someone is bitten or property is damaged, dog owners can Read more...

5 Ways To Stop Dog Aggression, Aggressive Dog Training Exposed
By J. Walden
All dogs need basic dog obedience training. They, like young children, must learn manners. Some dogs bark all of the time, while others show aggressive dog behavior. So, don't have an anxiety attack Read more...

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How To Decide If You Need A Pet Car Seat Or Pet Carrier For My Dog Or Kitty
By MzzzMeow

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How to decide what type of Pet travel product is needed? Pet Car Seat or Pet Carrier?

Well that all depends on several factors. This article is to help you break it down to what will work best for you and your pet's needs. We believe first and foremost keep things basic. Meaning don't go out and get something you think you need and end up not using it. Instead, do the research on that particular product and go for it.

In any new adventure when traveling with your pet it is vital to be prepared and plan ahead especially if it's a trip and not just every day outings. Here is additional information on basic Travel Tips, not covered in this article

Okay, the several key factors to think about:

1. What mode of transportation are you using?

CAR: There's a wide variety of pet car seats available on line to choose from specifically designed for all types of cars & Suv's. People like to use pet car seats who don't want to leave their dogs or kitties behind or simply don't have enough space in the car for pets during travel. The pet car seat is a secure area, while limiting them from wandering keeping him or her safe and to boot, keeping your car seat clean.

One of the most popular selling car seats is the Oversized Dog Car Seat that is just perfect booster seat for your small pets that love to ride in your car. It features a seat belt slot that adds more security to your pet. The Oversized Dog Car Seat is made of comfortable and soft foam covered in a Sherpa interior. You also can choose from different fabric designs and 2 sizes that will match your dog's needs.

PLANE: Pet Carriers are mostly used for Airline Travel and/ or going to the vet's (for the kitties out there!). For traveling by plane you need to make sure it is an AirlineApproved carriers. Just think about if you want to be able to carry your beloved pet or stroll them along, then mostly likely you will need a pet carrier. There are some that can be utilized for the car seat belt so they are secure while traveling in the car. Make sure though if you are traveling by air, the carrier is airline approved. Another great idea is a combination of carrier and stroller in one.
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2. Is this product for an every day occurrence, i.e., during errands/dog park/visiting friends ( you get the idea) - Or is it for a plan trip? For this you may want to consider a pet stroller if your dog is small. Also, don't forget there are several types of Strollers designed for the back of the bicycle, as well as going for a hike, and you want to use a backpack for some or all of the time.

3. Once I get there do I need any other equipment? For example if you are traveling by plane and you have your pet carrier, will you be renting a car or using someone's car and need a pet car seat? This may be on of those circumstances where you may need both. Again, it depends on your pet, whether cat or a dog and her/his size.

Truly, you know your pet or pets and what they will be happy with. If this is the first time they will be using a pet car seat, carrier or stroller order one well in advance so you know and they know what it's going to be like. Make sure you know what the return policy is on the product(s) you decide on.

Stay Balanced, Happy and Safe during any outings with your beloved dog and or cat!
Feel free to visit Travelin' Paws for Essential Pet Travel Safety Products www.TravelinPaws.com

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Obedience Training And Your Dog
By Jack Munday
Forget the old wise tail about some dogs being slow when learning obedience; most dogs are not "slow." They can learn to follow directions, perform tricks like sit, stay, and fetch, and even work at Read more...

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