Category Archives for Training & Behavior

8 Natural Anxiety Remedies for Dogs

Updated February 22, 2019 Just like humans, dogs occasionally suffer from anxiety. Often, they exhibit temporary anxiety in response to things like trips to the vet or being left home alone. But other

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7 Best Shock Collars for Large Dogs

There are a variety of tools you can use to help train your canine but dog shock collars (bark collars or e-collars) are an often-overlooked, and possibly best option for owners. Below, we’ll discuss

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5 Best Heavy Duty Dog Crates for Separation Anxiety

Most dogs can be adequately housed in standard kennels, but dogs with severe separation anxiety issues often require a heavy duty dog crate to keep them safely contained. Such anxiety dog crates are often

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5 Best Dog Training Treats: Healthy Options for Effective Training!

Dog training treats are great tools for helping to teach your dog various behaviors and skills. They not only serve as a great way to provide positive reinforcement, they also help to motivate your canine

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German Shepherd Training Tips: Effective Strategies and Helpful Hints

German shepherds are remarkable animals, and it is easy to see why the AKC identifies them as the 2nd most popular breed. Devoted and loving dogs, most German shepherds quickly endear themselves to their

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Rottweiler Temperament: Maligned and Misunderstood

Many people are fearful of dogs, especially large, intimidating-looking breeds who have historically been used in guarding and protection-oriented contexts. This causes many people to suspect the worst

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How Much Do Dogs Sleep? (A lot!)

A dog’s sleeping pattern is quite different from a human’s, and the amount a dog sleeps is dependent upon size and breed. Generally, smaller breeds of dog require less sleep than bigger breeds. On

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Best Dog Training Collar For Large Dogs | A Complete Review

You don’t need to teach your new dog to fetch your slippers or catch a flying frisbee unless you want to, but all dogs should receive basic obedience training. This is especially true for large breeds,

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