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The Three Basics Of Basic Dog Training
By Roland Parris Jefferson III
First of all, believing that your dog can be trained is one of the biggest hurdles a dog owner will face. Once you have accepted this challenge then the basics of dog training can begin. Your new Read more...

 

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10-week Basic Dog Obedience Training Formula
By Joanneqpk
Learning new things can be stressful for your dog especially in the beginning when concepts and teaching methods are new. If your dog refused to eat during the early stages of training, stop the Read more...

Free Dog Training Tip
By Samantha Matheny
All dogs have their favorite treats and cuddles. Some dogs will do back flips for a dried liver snippet; other dogs just are not big eaters and prefer to be rewarded with their favorite toy, or Read more...

 
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Dog Training And Obedience- Two Types
By David A. Taylor
There are two basic types of dog training and obedience. These are the leash/collar method and the reward method. It is sometimes difficult to decide which method will be more effective for training Read more...
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7 Effective Dog Training Tips
By Kelvin Ho
Many people feel that dog training is a challenge. They try to prepare for the many obstacles they feel lay ahead. The good news is, dog training can be an easy, fun, and positive experience. Just Read more...
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Dog Psychology – The Key To Successful Dog Training
By Ira Nelson
Understanding dog psychology and behavior is the key to successful dog training and therefore developing the best possible relationship with your dog.For thousands of years Read more...


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House Training Tips - Where To Place Your Dog If You Have Limited Space Inside Your House
By Jason Phillips

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A lot of people that buy a dog, don't think about where they will place him first. This leads to a variety of problems after the purchase is made, and it seems like there isn't a right place for the pet inside their house. As always there are some tricks that may help you to build just a perfect place for your dog to live, that don't require a lot of space.


Do you really don't have enough space?

Before I go any further explaining how to create space from nothing, ask yourself a question: "Do I really don't have any space inside my house?" It may seem trivial but a lot of times people don't even consider placing their dogs bed in their bedroom. If you want to make your dog happy you need to make few sacrifices yourself.

How to create a comfortable space, from nothing.

Your dogs den should be quite and free of any irritating smells. Finding such a place can be a difficult task, if you have only a living room and a kitchen. But there are some solutions you can apply even in most extreme situations.

Sometimes, by rearranging furniture in your house, you can acquire a small space in corner of the room, big enough to place a bed for your dog and placed in a way that won't disturb anyone.

Such a solution is great, because, by creating a closed space, you reduce the amount of noise and smells your dog will have to experience. Also, because he is enclosed from three sides, he will feel much safer in there than on an opened space.

Another trick you may try is, emptying one of the cabinets. If you will remove the doors, there should be enough space for your dog and he will safe and cosy in there. The important thing is removing the doors from the cabinet, if you won't do that you are risking your pet will suffocate inside this small space and I doubt you want that to happen.

AS you can see, there are ways to find space even in smallest rooms. If you will remain creative and actively search for solution you will definitely find a way to find a living area for your dog.
This is just a brief introduction to complicated process of house training a dog, if you would like to find out more information on how to housebreak your dog properly, I invite you to my website, where I share the best information on this topic you can find.

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Dog Potty Training
By Michael Willmore
Potty training for your dog! Well that’s something you better take care of, or you’re going to regret it forever. If you have given a proper training to your dog, you can trust him to defecate or Read more...

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