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Entries for September, 2008

About Miniature Poodle

Poodles are generally fun-loving dogs that have a pretty reserved temperament, so if you’re looking for an agreeable pet that your family will love, you may want to consider a miniature poodle. Here is some general information about these dogs that will help you to make the right decision, as well as some things you […]

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Advice On Dog Training Hand Commands

Along with teaching your dog to respond to verbal commands, one can also teach them to respond by using hand signals.  When it comes to learning, the different types of dog training hand commands these in the beginning will need to be taught in conjunction with the verbal ones as well.  In this article, we […]

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Dog Aggression Training

Aggression in a dog is something, which an owner should not tolerate and should be dealt with as soon as the problem arises.  However, in order for an owner to find the right kind of dog aggression training they should be using to control this problem they need to understand the kinds of aggression that […]

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Give Your Dog A Senior Dog Diet For A Happy Healthy Senior Dog

You hate to admit it, but your furry pal is getting a little older. You want to ensure that your pet is happy and healthy for many years to come. You have heard all of the hype about the new dog diets for older pets. Is there really a difference between dog food for adult […]

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A Barking Dog Causes Problems For All

For some people it is an offence to have a barking dog around them, they think that dogs should be seen and not heard. This is slightly unfair given that the bark is a dog’s voice and like yourself it uses it to communicate. Perhaps you enjoy your dog barking, this is probably the case, […]

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Native Welsh Cobs

As we stood looking at Carys standing so confidently beside her beautiful mother, Geler Rosann, we had absolutely no idea that the seeds of the Nantgwinau Stud were being planted. We had no thought of buying a filly at that time, nor of starting to breed cobs, but we did agree that she was definitely […]

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