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Dog Ownership 101 - March/April 2016

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Stop 34 of the most common dog and puppy issues. THE ONLINE DOG TRAINER The Easy Way To An Obedient Dog Doggy Dan’s four-part series in how to train your dog or puppy out of problematic behaviors takes pet ownership and makes it simpler than many of us thought possible! When you know the best way to correct your dog’s behavior, your chances of ridding your canine friend of annoying habits while making sure your relationship with one another stays strong remains encouragingly high.

7 THINGS I’VE LEARNED ABOUT TERRIERS by Kelly Livingston If you are looking for a fun, feisty and protective pet, a Terrier is a great breed of dog for you to choose. Terriers have strong instincts and do not take kindly to intruders. Terrier dogs have a proud history and have been used as hunting dogs for centuries. The following information is what I’ve learned about the history of Terriers, and this information will introduce you to many different varieties of this wellloved breed of dog. THE HISTORY AND 1 ORIGIN OF TERRIER DOGS Terrier means “of the earth”, and Terrier dogs are quite earthy. These dogs were bred to deal with pests like rodents and foxes in places like barns and fields. They “go to ground” and dig their prey so they needed to have a lot of energy, courage, and persistence. Some were later bred to fight each other or to kill vermin in pit contests, but thankfully that’s against the law now. Still, all of the Terrier breeds are very feisty and know how to take care of themselves. TERRIERS HAVE GREAT PERSONALITIES Dog owners looking for a lot Terriers are a highly popular breed of dog that has been around for centuries. The following information will introduce you to several different types of Terrier dogs. Adopting a dog or puppy is a big decision for many people. There are many things to think about before making the pick. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE. of dog in a small package need not look any farther than today’s Terriers. These dogs for the most part have a good disposition and their heart will belong solely to their families. Keep in mind though; a Terrier may not be for everyone. Though they are an engaging type, they need an owner that can match them in spunk and enthusiasm. They don’t need much attention, but they can get bored and 2 3 ultimately become destructive if they don’t have challenges. A great way to meet this need for challenges is to put your dog in the Terrier trials. These tests can give a Terrier a way to showcase how easily they can maneuver any man-made course. TERRIERS HAVE STRONG INSTINCTS Some types of dogs who get excited when they’re DOG ownership 101 | MARCH / APRIL 2016 23

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