Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Summer Tips For Dog Care

Dog Care

Dog care is #1 when you are a dog owner. Dog training may seem cruel if your little pup dog is chewing because he is teething. Dog care is making sure your pet is in good health. If there are any concerns, the dog can be treated immediately. Dog care is of utmost importance!

Dog care is very important, and even though your dog may be an outside dog, they should not be left outside alone for extensive amounts of time. Dogs need and crave companionship and want to spend some time with their family, inside is possible. Dog care is not a simple procedure. One has to know a lot of things about dogs. Dog care is not an easy topic. Usually, there is much involved to properly care for your dog.

Training

Training in short intervals of 5-7 minutes is great. If he seems to lose interest before then, stop. Training routines, therefore, should be limited to this time frame. Secondly, all training should be positive.

Walk away from him telling him to stay, using your hand. Hold your hand up firmly and by doing this it will make him realize that when you hold your hand up in the future you want him to stay, not just when you tell him to. Walking your dog a couple of times a day, or making a family trip to the dog park all will help to keep your canine happy and healthy.

Regular Check Ups

Check your dog's eyes, ears and teeth regularly. Consult your veterinarian if you find anything unusual or concerning. Check also for sores or abnormal redness or even blood or pus. If your dog has "fishies" but is otherwise acting normally, eating normally and excreting normally, there is not much a vet can do.

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1 comment:

Alan said...

Wonderful!! Your tips will help me lot for my pet care.