Which Is More Cost-Effective: Homemade or Store-Bought Dog Food?

Cooking for yourself is practically always less expensive than buying ready-made food. But, how about for your dog? Whether homemade dog food cost less than store-bought is determined by a couple of elements, like what grade of commercial dog food you purchase and what ingredients you work with to make your homemade dog food. Processed Dog Food: Canned The cost […]

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Older Dog Toileting Inside

My wire haired Jack Russel  has been toilet trained for years. He is about 8 years old. Recently he has started to pee on an African basket near the front door. My husband is getting annoyed and really does not understand since he can get outside so why on earth is he peeing in the house when we are gone. […]

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Just How Much and when Must I Feed My Dog?

This relies on your pet’s: Size Activity level Age Personality Temperature of surroundings Young puppies and those being worked, or which are really active every day, may require more food (calories) per day than the average pooch, while an old, inactive dog will need less. Keeping Track of the Calories Energy is calculated in units of heat called calories. In […]

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FEEDING YOUR DOG

To sustain your dog’s good health condition, it’s vital to feed him a well-balanced diet and the correct amount of it every day. There is a wide variety of canine foods available, so it can be hard deciding which selection or make is the most beneficial choice for your pet. There are, however, particular dietary nutrients that a dog can’t […]

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My Conclusive thoughts on Homemade Dog food

Not a lot of canine owners go for homemade dog food, possibly since they don’t have enough time to do this. Most people feed their dogs canned food and/or dry food which come in a bag. While there are particular table foods that unquestionably aren’t healthy for dogs, providing them with food you make at home isn’t a problem too. […]

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Food Dogs Can and Can’t Eat

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When you see your dog giving you a sad little look while standing near the dinner table, you could be inclined to slip your furry friend a bit of your food. Sharing food with your dog may appear fairly harmless, but beyond stimulating bad begging habits and even putting on weight, you could essentially be putting your dog’s general health […]

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Homemade Dog Food and Treats Recipes

Several ready-made dry dog foods, commonly known as kibble, is stuffed with toxins, carcinogens, allergens and components that present your dog with inadequate base nourishment. Converting your pet from commercially produced, highly processed kibble to homemade dog food eater can be of significant advantage to your pet’s general health. Homemade dog food is arguably healthier than the ready-made dog food […]

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Its hard to say Goodbye to our pets

Just today in college a colleague and I were talking about our aging dogs. It made me think of an article I  wrote a while back when I was in that same situation with one of my dogs. I know as a dog lover that you will identify with what I have written…… I deliberated about writing this article as […]

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Common Myths and Misconceptions about Homemade Dog Food

It’s been a couple of years since the first melamine-related pet food recall, and in the course of that time, more dog lovers than ever decided to turn to homemade diets- cooked or raw-as coverage from potential issues with commercial pet foods. Is homemade dog food really prevention against dangerous canned foods? Sure, it can be, IF it’s nutritionally balanced […]

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Homemade versus Store-Bought Dog Food: Which Is Better?

If you are interested in homemade dog food then subscribe to the feed here http://dogobediencetrainingguides.net/category/dog-food-2/feed/ I am uploading a series of  articles over the next few weeks. So?……..Homemade verses Store bought dog food..which is better It is essential to decide on the right diet for a dog. This chapter points out the benefits, along with the drawbacks, of homemade food […]

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Should You make your own Dog Food

Choosing the right kind of dog food you provide is probably the most critical decision you’ll ever make for your dog- puppy or senior. Dog food nutrition without delay impacts every facet of your dog’s life. Aspects such as how pups grow, their behavior practices, health, overall well-being and physical appearance are all tightly linked to the nutrition dog owners […]

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Things to Consider When Selecting Dog Beds

While it may seem like an obvious requirement to some people, there are actually many occasions where dog owners do not think of dog beds as being a necessity. Just like food, warmth, water, and love are essentials that all dogs need, so is a place he can lay his head to rest. As all dog breeds are much different […]

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Do Dogs need Shrinks?

“THE MORE I SEE OF MEN THE MORE I ADMIRE DOGS” Madame De Sevigne The are shelves and shelves of books dedicated to the nature and success of our relationship with dogs. Endless films and stories of just that testify to the nature of that bond and many of us have our own stories lodged firmly in our memories. While […]

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How to become a Dog Trainer

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The best way to become a dog trainer is the way that suits you and your circumstances. Think about why you want to be a dog trainer and what form of training interests you the most, then, pursue it. It is advisable, but not compulsory, to hold membership of a relevant professional body, such as the Association of Pet Dog […]

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Why are Dogs Aggressive to some strangers and not others?

Do You often wonder why your dog seems relaxed with one person and not another? Here is a little article I wrote giving some thought as to the reasons why…. Dogs are nearly always suspicious of strangers who enter their owners’ homes and they greet them with a great deal of barking and sniffing. Some visitors have the knack of […]

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