Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Free Dog Training Guide -PDF

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Before we go to the $1 training course, 

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Monday, September 28, 2015

[Video] Dog Shows Amazing Love, Save Child From Father's Abuse

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I promise you, this will be the best thing you see all day today. Watch the video to see this amazing dog going all the way to protect the child from mock-abuse of father. In order to record the dog's amazing behavior, an 8 year old boy's father acts like he is scolding, abusing and is about to hit the child (which he's not doing and the child understands that this is all make-believe because you can see the child smiling throughout the video). The dog, thinking that the abuse is real, tries his very best to protect the child from the abuse and hurtful words.

See this and laugh away.


[VIDEO] Amazing Dog Tries To Save Fish

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Here is a video that will make you sad and feel ashamed at the same time. We call ourselves human but do we do enough to help those around us?

This dog has more humanity than us humans! Just see what he does! It will melt your heart :'(

Dog with a heart of gold, and what's even better is that he/she is trying to save food!


Friday, September 4, 2015

[VIDEO] How Your Dog Can Protect You Before You're Born

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Do you know that your dog or cat can protect you from diseases even before you are born? Here is a video that explains (along with some adorable animation) how this happens.

According to researchers the drool and dirt brought in by these pets can have a beneficial effect on the unborn baby of the house. The immune system of the baby is still developing while in-utero and having pets around can be beneficial in these times when most western houses are so spick and clean that it misguide their immune system and trains it incorrectly. The result is a lifetime of allergies. See this video to see how this happens.


Thursday, August 27, 2015

Tips To Deal With Your Dog's Behavioral Problems

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Dogs have many behavioral problems, it is not related to a specific breed, but they are general problems that are found in many dog breeds.

Here are the most important 12 behavior problems that dogs are facing.

Dog's behavioral problems


All Dogs like digging, but actually you need to let your dog stop doing these actions. You need always Say “no” and refuse letting him digging, you can get him a toy instead. You can make a small trick to let your dog happy. Bring a sandbox and bury in it some toys, then give it to your dog to dig and you will see how happy he will be when he finds his toys.

Dog's behavioral problems


Dogs, especially puppies, are always trying to discover the world around them by chewing the things they saw around them, though chewing calm dogs but sometimes they chew wrong things like shoes and sock. They may harm themselves by swallowing socks by mistake. So, you have to buy chew toys and give them to your dog.

Our video here can help you train and redirect your puppy. Follow these tips from expert trainer to rid your dog of this annoying habit.


You have to train your dog to eat either on his crate or to go to a special place to sit while you finish eating. Don’t let your dog sit with you on the table to eat to avoid teaching him begging

4-Not coming when called

Always motivate your dog when she comes to you, whether you called or not. By this way you will train and teach her to come to you when called. Don’t only call her by her name but always follow her name by the command you want like “come” and “here”.

5-Pulling on the leash

What is more important to be done with dogs is to teach them to walk calmly beside you, always keep the leash short and loose. Stop walking when feel it is tight and don’t pull him and he will also stop to see why you are not moving. When your dog returns back to you reward him and start moving again. This way will teach him that pulling gets him nowhere

 Dog's behavioral problems

6-Separation anxiety

You have to train your dog that leaving him home alone is not a big problem. if you found teach your dog that you will always come back home in order not to let him upset. At the beginning don’t leave him more than 5 or 10 minutes and give him a chew toy in order not to feel bored, you can also turn on the TV or the radio to feel that everything is still the same as if you are at home. Always be calm when going out and when returning to let him feel that being alone is not a big deal.

7-Whining for attention

If you pumper your dog while whining so, are teaching her that this way works. You have to ignore her by leaving the room or folding your arms and look away as if you are not listening. Play with her and reward her when she is not whining.

 Dog's behavioral problems

8-Barking at the door

If your dog is barking because he is waiting to be greeted, so you have to teach him to behave well and park by picking a spot within sight of the door and train him to lie down and stay till you say ” go to your spot”. This training will keep your dog calm and learning to stop barking to be greeted


Dogs used to greet people by jumping, but actually it’s a bad greeting way. If you want to greet a dog so you have to wait till you see his front legs on the ground. You may also ask him to sit, and when he obeys you, go and pet him. You have to teach your dog to control his own emotion by these ways.


Dogs always bite when they are afraid or nervous so, you have to let your dog socialized and get acquainted to people. Always walk with her around to feel safe and trust people

 Dog's behavioral problems


Nervous and afraid dogs are always aggressive, if your dog is a always in a bad mood and nervous temper so, you have to visit a specialized vet who can train your dog to be relaxed and be healthy and to also be able to deal with you calmly. Never leave aggressive dogs with children

Our video here can help you learn how to calm your dog using a few calming signals. Check it out to see if our expert's advice works for you.

12-Barking all the time

Some dogs like to bark at anything and others bark when they feel depressed, don’t shout at your dog when he barks because it may make it worse. Obedience training is the best way to avoid your dog being depressed. It is better to work with a specialized trainer.

 Dog's behavioral problems

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Couple Shoots Adorable Baby Photoshoot With Their Puppy

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A lot of young couples face the constant nudging and nagging interrogation from 'well-meaning' acquaintances and elders, about when they're having a baby. And more often than not, the answers come in the form of awkward silences and embarrassing negation.

One such couple, Abbey Lee and Matt Kay, from Australia struggled with everyone around constantly badgering them about their baby situation, so they found the perfect solution: expanding their family with a furry, little, four-legged baby, and did an exclusive baby photoshoot in typical new parent style, and made it cute AF! The adorable photo series features lovely pictures of Abbey, Matt, and Humphry, their puppy, who's a cross between a Poodle and Golden Retriever, and is just the thing you need to see to brighten your day.

Photographer, Elisha Minette's brainchild, this series was made as a satirical response to the unilateral concept that there is only one way to raise a family. A pet is as much of a child as a baby, and can complete your family just as well.

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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Foods That Can Make Your Dog Sick

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We think nothing of passing titbits to that little thing waiting expectantly under the dinner table. But there are quite a few foods — which we eat on a daily basis — that dogs can’t digest, resulting in upset stomachs and in extreme cases, even death. Here are some food related tips that can help you take care of your dog better.


This is a big one. Chocolates and dogs are not made for each other. So however much your pet begs for it. Don’t give in. According to, chocolate contains caffeine and theobromine which fall under the methylxanthines category. In dogs, chocolate can cause vomiting, dehydration, abdominal pains, severe agitation, muscle tremors, irregular heart rhythm, elevated body temperature, seizures and death.


Garlic is more harmful to dogs than onions as it contains compounds that are strong in toxicity. Your dog will be tired and reluctant to move. Their urine will be orange to dark red in colour. Like with onions, a blood transfusion might be required in severe cases.

Grapes and raisins: 

The innocuous grape (and raisins) is toxic to dogs and can lead to rapid kidney failure in some dogs (though not all). Dogs will also develop dehydration and lack of appetite. Death from kidney failure may occur within three to four days.


Onions can damage red blood cells in dogs causing them to become weaker and move around less. Even a blood transfusion might become necessary.


Like humans, many dogs are lactose intolerant. While they can digest milk as puppies, it is unadvisable to give it to adult dogs as milk contains milk sugar that dogs don’t have the enzymes to break down. Consumption of milk could lead to vomiting, diarrhoea and other gastrointestinal problems. While it’s not immediately life-threatening, it can contribute to serious bacterial exposure in dogs that could eventually lead to diseases.


Like milk, dogs can’t digest cheese as they don’t have the enzymes to break it down. Symptoms like gas, diarrhoea and vomiting can occur if a dog eats too much cheese.


While one would not give coffee to dogs normally, don’t try it as a prank. Coffee contains a stimulant known as Methylated xanthine. It stimulates the nervous system in dogs, causing vomiting, restlessness, heart palpitations and even death.


...and there’s Bacon: 

This is important, because will dog will go crazy with the smell of bacon, especially if you are not sharing. Don’t. Foods rich in fat, like bacon, can lead to pancreatitis in dogs. Once a dog has developed pancreatitis, their pancreas’ become inflamed and stop functioning correctly.

Other foods to keep your dog away from: Macadamia nuts, avocados, apple core and yeast dough.

Source: DeccanChronicle