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By Ellen Miles

Welcome to the dog Place--where each dog unearths a home!

Charles and Lizzie Peterson love doggies. They take pleasure in caring for the canines themselves, however the better part is discovering an ideal new proprietor for those cute animals. Bella is an orphaned child cocker spaniel. She is especially susceptible and virtually doesn't live to tell the tale her first evening. Lizzie is decided to avoid wasting the pint-sized puppy. The Peterson's bottle-feed her round the clock until eventually she's fit adequate to be followed. yet who will provide this candy little puppy the house she merits?

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Discovering a fearful dog’s hobby can take time and careful observation but it’s a useful component in the process of helping your dog to feel more confident. Breed traits can help you sort out what your dog’s hobby might be. It’s the rare Golden Retriever that can’t be tempted by a tennis ball. My border collie Finn has many hobbies but his favorite is catching frisbees. Bugsy the old cocker’s hobby is digging, he has several projects around our property. Some I actively discourage while others he is free to expand on daily.

Stuffing cheese bits into the mouth of a dog sitting behind you is not the safest (or smartest) thing to do while driving. 36 A Guide To Living & Working WIth A Fearful Dog Equipment & Supplies Following is a partial list of items that you should have on hand to work with your dog. Harness-Consider a harness instead of a collar for your dog. It may be less scary to your dog than being leashed on a collar. Be sure that it fits correctly and your dog cannot slip out of it. Use a back-up slip collar and second leash to be sure that you don’t lose your dog.

Sedation may be a side effect of some of the medications, but it is not the reason the drug is used. Others feel that using medications is a cop-out or failure. While many dogs don’t need medications as much as they need consistent training and exercise, for others the benefits of the appropriate medication are huge. Talk to a trainer and a vet to determine if medications should be considered for your dog. Run blood tests to be sure that your dog’s body can handle long term use of a medication and be aware of the potential side effects.

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