Key points of obedience training
Obedience classes with their endless repetitions, many owners find boring and almost useless. And this is fundamentally wrong. The main task of any training is to achieve dog controllability. On…

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Team Stand
Performing the “Stand!” Command is necessary when the dog participates in competitions and exhibitions, and also practices during grooming, putting on special “ammunition” and veterinary examination. The first way. Use…

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How to make a comfortable puppy life in your home?
The puppy you have chosen, besides the instincts and characteristics of temperament, already has its own life experience. While he is still very small, but he already includes communication with…

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Team Near

A young dog pulling on a leash is a familiar picture. This suggests that the owner missed the time when it was necessary to use a jerk chain. Many owners are very fond of strict collar – parfors. They put this metal “thorn” on the neck of a six-month-old puppy and believe that he will independently learn to walk near his left leg. However, this is not the case. The “Nearby!” Team needs to be worked out for a long time and carefully. You will never teach a dog to walk alongside if you neglect the “boring and tedious” daily repetition of special exercises. Continue reading

Choosing a healthy puppy
Healthy puppies are active, energetic, playful and cheerful. At first glance, they are all fluffy "buns" that you want to caress. The size and weight of puppies depend on the…

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Puppy testing
The most complete information regarding the personal characteristics of puppies can be obtained as a result of special tests. Babies aged from 6 to 8 weeks can be objectively checked…

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Key points of obedience training
Obedience classes with their endless repetitions, many owners find boring and almost useless. And this is fundamentally wrong. The main task of any training is to achieve dog controllability. On…

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Dog Commands
Standard commands that we give the dog are considered the most ordinary, non-service commands, such as “next”, “to me”, “lie down”, “sit”, place ”, etc. In the process of dog…

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