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  • A personal protection dog is trained to guard you at all times. Not all dogs are suited for this job, and not all dogs should even be asked to do this job. Find out if personal protection training is right for your dog, and how to go about it.

    How to Train a Dog for Personal Protection

    How to Train a Dog for Personal Protection

    by Dr Mark40

  • Dogs like to get in trouble when they're stuck indoors. Here are some ways to keep your home (and your sanity) intact on those rainy days.

    Indoor Activities for Your Dog

    Indoor Activities for Your Dog

    by Matt Bird0

  • This article is written for the border collie puppy buyer seeking a pet or companion puppy. It outlines the unique issues you should consider in choosing and training your new family member.

    Selecting and Training a Border Collie Puppy

    Selecting and Training a Border Collie Puppy

    by Barbara Fitzgerald7

  • Find out how to correct biting, chewing, jumping, rough play, begging, barking, and digging when your dog has behavioral problems.

    How to Correct Bad Behavior in Dogs

    How to Correct Bad Behavior in Dogs

    by Susan Zutautas124

  • A remote training collar is a great tool when used correctly. Here are some tips on how to use it to effectively train your dog.

    Remote Training Collar

    Remote Training Collar

    by Kelly Ward0

  • Are small dogs really harder to potty train or is it just a matter of training them the right way? Is a smaller bladder really the main reason why smaller dogs seem to have accidents in the home more often? Let's take a closer look at whether small dogs are really harder to potty train.

    Why Are Small Dogs Harder to Potty Train?

    Why Are Small Dogs Harder to Potty Train?

    by Adrienne Farricelli8

  • Knowing how to pick up a small dog or puppy correctly is important considering that you may need to reach down for your companion on several occasions. Make sure to keep the process fun and rewarding and involve your dog in the learning process too!

    How to Pick up and Hold a Small Dog or Puppy Correctly

    How to Pick up and Hold a Small Dog or Puppy Correctly

    by Adrienne Farricelli4

  • Learning how to train a dog to bark on command can come in handy. It's a cute trick that will impress family and friends and can serve as a starting point to better control your dog's barking.

    How to Train a Dog to Bark on Command or "Speak"

    How to Train a Dog to Bark on Command or "Speak"

    by Adrienne Farricelli2

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