Paper training your dog: How to do it and common problems

What’s paper training?

Paper training is a specific form of house training for your dog: you’re teaching her where in the house is appropriate for her to eliminate (pee or poop). When you paper train your dog, you teach her to only eliminate on newspapers (chosen for their absorbency, ready availability, and cheap cost) which you gather up and throw away after each use.

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Destructive Dog Chewing

The act of chewing seems to be a matter of individual preference among dogs: some have an innate desire to chew as a pleasurable activity in itself, and some seem to have no need to chew whatsoever unless they’re driven to it out of sheer boredom.

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How To Choose A Vet For Your Dogpuppy2

Your vet is a pretty significant figure in your dog’s life – and thus, in yours. Hopefully, you’ll only ever need him or her for routine checkups and preventative procedures; but just in case, it’s worth taking the time to develop a good relationship with a suitable vet, before you need their services.

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5 Puppy Training Tips for a Better Dog

Author: Nick Luverapuppy1

Who doesn't love a puppy? They are cute, fluffy, and playful. However, don't let those innocent puppy eyes fool you - all puppies grow up to be dogs, and puppies growing up without the benefit of puppy training often grow up to be bad dogs.

Here are some easy tips for puppy training to make the transition from puppy to dog easier on both of you.

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Teaching a Foster Dog as a Service Dog

A comment from a reader-Any help or advice please post.

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Three Causes of Dog Seizures

Author: D Swain

Dog seizures are a sign that there are neurological problems with your pet. There are various things that can cause a dog to have a seizure besides epilepsy. Some of the most common include tumors, distemper, and toxins. Let's take a look at some of the most common causes of dog seizures.

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Home Dog Grooming Tips

Author: Garry Neale

Dog grooming refers to the practice of maintaining the appearance of a dog for public showing or personal hygiene reasons. Grooming dogs includes things like shampooing, hair clipping, hair styling, powdering, nail clipping and teeth cleaning. Grooming is healthy for your dog and can be somewhat pleasing to the owner. It also helps reduce shedding and odor. Grooming further serves to reduce allergies for both the dog and their owner.

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