Do They Really Need a Dog Bed?

Written by Tina Spriggs

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See, dogs can develop calluses and arthritis from laying on hard floors or rocks inrepparttar ground.

Naturally we did what we could to make her more comfortable during her last days.

That dog was a mighty powerhouse in her time, and it was so hard to see her deteriorate like this.

Now, all five of our dogs have warm dog beds to keep them comfortable, warm, and most importantly, healthier.

Tina Spriggs is an expert dog lover whose lifelong interest in canines provides the motivation for her site. To learn more about dogs or to find gifts and toys for them visit her site Copyright 2004. All rights reserved.

Discover: How to prevent dog bites case.

Written by Lateef Olajide

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3. You need to avoid situations that elicit aggressive dog behavior.

4. Lots ofrepparttar aggressions are even fault ofrepparttar 125759 dog owners. Many employ punishment in teaching obedience commands. All you have to do whenever you want to teach obedience comman is to use reinforcement methods.

5. Fit your dog with a head halter while training, a humane way to treat and control your og. Use this option only on a temporary basis. Employrepparttar 125760 service of experience head halters to fit dog handler.

6. Fit your dog with a basket muzzle if restraint is necessary for extended periods (about 3-5minutes).

7. A helpful technique for behavior modification is obedience training, though this type of training will hardly eliminate a dog aggressive behavior.

8. It is advisiable for you not to approach a dog that is sleeping or unaware of your presence.

Lateef Olajide is the author of "Aggressive Dog behavior Training blog." Visit his site to find out how you can get a free consultation.

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