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Dog Training



Name Our Dog Site | Win Dog Training Book Set

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14 of the best dog bloggers are coming together to deliver daily articles ranging from dog training to medical advice and all points in between.

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Pawsuit of Excellence – Professional Development for Top Paw Results

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“If you are a dog professional, the Pawsuit of Excellence is a MUST! It will help
your business, it will help the dogs you are working with, and most of all it will help you to evolve!”

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Talking Too Much To Train The Dog

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Animals are such great teachers in so many ways. As I went horse back riding this week it occurred to me once again how much we can learn by not talking so much. We can learn and train our dogs by not talking so much.

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Dog Hydration: How Much Water Should My Active Dog Drink?

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The summer months have arrived and with it warm weather. It is the perfect time of year to get out and get actively moving with your dog. With heat being a factor hydration and how much water should your dog drink are questions that many dog owners usually only make a guess at.

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Dog Hair: Help Clean Up BP Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill

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You can help the world by gathering all the excess dog hair you can and sending it to help clean up the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Potty Training An Adult Dog – Avoiding 2 Common Mistakes

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Potty training or house training an adult dog can be frustrating simply because the bad habit has probably been around for awhile. Once medical problems are ruled out by your vet rest assured, an old dog can learn new tricks and potty training falls in this category. The actual potty training steps are the same thing you would do when teaching a trick.

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Running Dog Guide – Shin Splints Causes and Treatment

Thumbnail image for Running Dog Guide – Shin Splints Causes and Treatment March 13, 2010

The first and most common injury for those who have just started a running or walking routine is shin splints. Shin splints are a result of inflammation in the front of the lower leg.

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Running Safety – Run For Chelsea Take Back Our Parks

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Chelsea King was running by herself when she was abducted. As a runner, the temptation to go out and run by yourself out of convenience is a hard one for some to resist. Precaution is the best defense. A great running partner is a dog, another runner, or a running group.

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Finding Motivation To Run

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After years of coaching people and their dogs, finding what does motivate people to stop killing themselves with inactivity, junk food diets and the over used excuse “I’m too busy” has been one of my missions. Good news. I found the number one motivator…

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Fitness with Your Dog – Doga Style

January 26, 2010

Fitness dog training. Doga or a dog way of doing yoga will get you fit, your dog trained on you way to a healthy lifestyle. Fitness dog training for urban living.

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