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Dog Training - Bad Dogma, How Harsh Training Methods Can Cause Aggression
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Housebreaking Your Pup, A Critical Part Of Dog Training.
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Choosing The Right Dog Training Lead For Your Pet
By Roland Parris Jefferson III
When a new dog is brought home for the first time, the pet is usually greeted with all the comforts that will make up their new home. In addition to new food dishes and shiny toys, there’s usually a Read more...
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Bichon Frise Training To Stop Dog Marking
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You know that you have managed to achieve successful result in bichon frise training. Then all of a sudden, you discovered dog urine scent in the doorway, table leg and other furniture in the house. Read more...
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Dog Training - Dog Bites
By John M Williams
So you're either in the unfortunate situation where you, some one you know, or a family member has received a dog bite or maybe you're just curious of what steps to take in the case of this kind of Read more...


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Is The Schoodle A True Hypoallergenic Dog?
By Jasmine Stone

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The Schoodle, which is considered by some to be hypoallergenic, is the result of breeding Giant Schnauzers and Standard Poodles. Depending on how they are bred, the Schoodle may or may not be hypoallergenic. This is because if two dogs that are different breeds are not of similar age or height, their offspring may not be hypoallergenic. This is because the dog may take longer to mature; their hair may be a mix of different textures and lengths, or because their skin may shed more often than other breeds.


Even though the Schoodle is not considered a hypoallergenic dog by all, you can judge for yourself by visiting a breeder to see if the dogs cause you to have an allergic reaction. Visiting a breeder is a great way to see which dogs are the right ones for you. While some hypoallergenic dogs will not cause an allergic reaction in some people, it might in others. The best way to tell if you will be able to have a dog in your home is to be around the dog before you take it home.

The Schoodle can vary in size and color. The dogs are considered friendly and intelligent. If you decide to visit a breeder, you should ask about the dogs that are bred together to see if they are using the right mix. While the Schoodle is considered to be a mongrel dog in some circles, in others it is considered a successful hybrid. Depending on which breeders you talk to, they may tell you that the Schoodle is safe from health risks that purebred dogs suffer from because of hybrid vigor. While this condition has not been proven, many breeders claim that hybrid dogs will not suffer from the health ailments that their parents will suffer from.

Since a Schoodle can be an expensive dog to purchase, visiting a breeder is recommended. If you do not like the way the dogs are treated or if you feel the kennels are not safe or clean, then you should not buy a dog. Many dogs produced in 'puppy mills' are sickly are will not survive long. The demand for the Schoodle has risen in the past few years, so more 'puppy mills' have opened. Make sure the breeder you buy the dog from is licensed.

As your Schoodle gets older, it may suffer some health problems. Many hypoallergenic dogs suffer from muscle ailments, allergies, tumors, and other problems. There is no way to know what a dog may develop over time. It is important to treat the dog with respect at all times and also to learn as much as you can about the breed so that you can have the possible relationship possible. The Schoodle enjoys exercise, playing, and socializing. While it may be difficult to train at first, the dog will usually develop a routine. The Schoodle does not like to be left alone for long periods of time, but with a little training, you will be able to leave the dog alone during the day when you are at work.
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