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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...

 

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A Beginner's Guide On Dog Training
By AndyErnestpnp
The training of dog begins during the period in its life when its socialization skills are being developed. If you train a dog too early, it will not learn anything because it hasnt developed to the Read more...

Dog Training For Obedience- Helpful Tips About Training Of Dog
By deepak kulkarni
I am sure your quest for dog training for obedience has come to an end as you read this article. Yes, gone are those days when we have to search endlessly for dog training for obedience information Read more...

 
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Dog Fleas - Dog Training
By John M Williams
Ok so you want to know about dog fleas, what they do, how they do it, and what dangers you should look out for if you're suspecting fleas on your dog or in your home.Well let Read more...
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Bad Behavior Dog Obedience Training
By Andrew Bicknell
Are you frustrated because your dog keeps exhibiting bad behavior that is embarrassing to you? Do you wonder why he always runs away when you go for a walk or jumps on people who come over to visit? Read more...
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Dogs Training Series Nursing A Sick Dog
By Alex Rocklane
Occasionally, dogs require extra attention when they are sick. If they have acquired an illness, an injury or have been through surgery, nursing will help his recovery. There are certain methods to Read more...


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Dog Training - Coping With The Death Of Your Dog
By John M Williams

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The passing away of your dog is a sad time for all pet owners and a moment we all would like to avoid altogether although it is a natural process of losing a good friend or family member there are options that can make dealing with the situation better.


It is certainly can be a big shock to you when you find out your pet has passed away and the first reaction could be that of denial. Denial is a common occurrence when dealing with loss or finding out when someone your love has passed away. This is due to your body not wanting to deal with the blow of a pet's death and it then tries to block it out like nothing has happened.

It is generally better to accept the situation of your dogs' death if possible, this may be hard to come to terms with for many on such an emotional time, so a burial or small gathering of friends and family who knew the dog to say a final farewell may be a good idea, and it will help you accept the current situation.

Anger and blame may be a result of the shock and you may feel like this is a way to release the emotion you are feeling and pass it on to someone else. Veterinarians go through a tuff process to get to the standard of a professional vet, and for good reason, they care for the work they do. Blaming your vet should not be an option and they are always looking out for the best interest of your dog no matter what you might think when grieving your dogs' death. Avoid this type of behaviour as it helps no one and it will only turn into guilt on your emotions start to calm down.

When the bad news finally hits home the grieving will start and your emotions will be too much to control, it's good to let your emotional feelings out as this helps the situation greatly. Keeping yourself overly busy is not recommended like many people do, the emotions will need to come out sometime and it has to happen to stop the feeling of emptiness. Try finding groups of others in your community or internet that can relate to your problems and talk to family and friends about your feelings. The more support you get the quicker you will learn to look back on how happy you're dog was and how much fun you had together.
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Choosing An Obedience Training School For Your Dog
By Mildred Forsythe
Anybody that's a dog lover simply would like the best for his or her pooch. One of the most trying areas of getting a pet dog is normally having one who won't behave and follow the procedures of the Read more...

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