The Power Of Dogs

Written by Eva Sanchez

Well first of all I was always a cat owner, till my husband bought our first Chihuahua (Stitch) in 2002, Stitch was about 6 weeks old and was generally purchased for our children and it stud that was till he was about 5 months or so. Then I started to notice that he was starting to favor me and follow me around more and more everyday, one day I hid from him and watched him run up and downrepparttar hallway fromrepparttar 143317 crack inrepparttar 143318 bedroom door, until he found me and it just melted my heart, my cats never did that and after that he became ALL MINE Stitch stole my heart. Around a month later my mother handed down her old sewing machine to me, I tried making everything that came to mind but nothing ever turned out perfect, but I kept sewing anyways.

Shortly after I got my sewing machine my sister in-law gave me a little dog shirt that she had found on clearance at Walmart and I looked at this little thing and said “ this would be a piece of cake to make” and that very night I began working on little shirts for Stitch. It was a very exciting challenge andrepparttar 143319 results were outstanding! Stitch always had a new shirt for every occasion, then one day that same sister in-law told me that I should try selling my dog shirts on eBay. So about a month later I did as a matter of fact it I listed my first item on my birthday, at that time dog clothes on eBay was only about 3 pages long so no matter what I listed, it always sold. Stitch became my right hand man, and tested and modeled all of my creations and never complained. We had such a close bond that I understood him and knew what he wanted by just looking at him and he always understood what I told him and sometimes it would just blow me away.

None of my items would sell for over about $10 but that was a lot for me and I was proud, eventually I started making dog dresses, it took some fine tuning but I finally gotrepparttar 143320 pattern right. So asrepparttar 143321 months passed Stitch became my best friend, my companion and a very close member of my family, we were inseparable and I never left him home. Meanwhile had found success on eBay butrepparttar 143322 dog clothes section was starting to grow more every week, competition was getting rough and some of my listings were ending without bids. I started to be more creative and put more effort into my clothes and do a lot of research on what kind of dog clothes people were looking for so I started to study websites that sold small dog clothes and found out that dog clothes like mine were selling for twice as much withoutrepparttar 143323 haste of re-listing and fees.

Training Your Dog To Stay

Written by Lee Dobbins

A properly trained dog is a joy to be around for bothrepparttar owner and anyone else you happen to come in contact with. Not only will it make for a better relationship but it can help save your pet from being hurt or worse, if he is able to be called to your side to avoid danger.

You should always use a positive approach to training your dog. Rewarding him with a treat and praise will go a lot further than hitting and yelling. Dogs and puppies want your approval and will try to please you to get your praise.

Once you have taught your dogrepparttar 143130 two basic commands of “sit” and “down”, you are ready to move on torepparttar 143131 “stay” command. This command comes in handy when you are out somewhere and you don’t want your dog to get into something he shouldn’t or to keep him contained in a dangerous situation. The steps are basicallyrepparttar 143132 same as for any other training withrepparttar 143133 action and command beingrepparttar 143134 differentiating factor. Here’s some steps you might use to train your dog to stay:

1. Getrepparttar 143135 puppy (or adult dog) to lay down or sit (You should already have them well trained in these commands before you can expect him to stay).

2. Giverepparttar 143136 “stay” command – some people put their hand up withrepparttar 143137 palm facingrepparttar 143138 dog in sort of a “Stop” command as well.

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