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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 Mark35

  • "Schutzhund" is a very intensive form of dog training that many people associate with police dogs. However, it’s not just police dogs that can benefit from this training practice. Anyone who owns a German Shepherd could experience immense benefits by having their dog learn these skills.

    Schutzhund Training for German Shepherds

    Schutzhund Training for German Shepherds

    by Sam Shepards0

  • Training a dog that is not food motivated can be a challenge for many dog owners. A vet visit is always in order if your dog has little interest in food, but some dogs are simply picky. Take the time to find the right treats or try a new training technique if your dog is not motivated by food.

    How to Train a Dog That Is Not Food Motivated

    How to Train a Dog That Is Not Food Motivated

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli2

  • In this article, we will look into some simple puppy training steps that you can take in order to ensure your pet is well-equipped and can look forward to a viable and enjoyable future.

    Simple Rules for Training a Puppy

    Simple Rules for Training a Puppy

    by Michael-Duncan0

  • In this article, we'll discuss some important details for choosing an anti-bark collar for your dog. There are three types of collars available: ultrasonic, spray, and static pulse. Decide which is right for your dog.

    How to Choose an Anti-Bark Collar for Your Dog

    How to Choose an Anti-Bark Collar for Your Dog

    by Sleepylog6

  • Training a deaf dog to come when called is fundamental. Learn about effective methods and strategies to train a deaf dog "recall" along with important management solutions to protect your deaf dog from any lurking dangers.

    How to Train a Deaf Dog Recall or to Come When Called

    How to Train a Deaf Dog Recall or to Come When Called

    by Adrienne Janet Farricelli2

  • Yes. It is entirely possible that your brown-spotted lawn is caused by your dog’s urine. As for the why, that will take a bit longer to explain. Let's discuss why dog pee is lethal for most plants and what you can do to stop, treat, and prevent damage from happening.

    Will Dog Pee Kill Grass and Plants?

    Will Dog Pee Kill Grass and Plants?

    by Schatzie Speaks0

  • How do you train a dog to herd when you do not have another dog for it to learn from? This is a question I struggled with after I got a new puppy specifically to help herd our goats. While I trained her, I picked up a few strategies that worked well to hone her natural herding instincts.

    Tips for Training a Herd Dog

    Tips for Training a Herd Dog

    by Heidi Wahlstrom2

  • Do you want to obedience train your German Shepherd? Have you tried clicker training dogs? Let's have a look at this effective and dog-friendly practice.

    Clicker Training for German Shepherd Dogs

    Clicker Training for German Shepherd Dogs

    by Sam Shepards0

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