Blog Entries ( Dog behavior )

Three Tips on How to Choose a Dog Trainer

August 13th, 2015
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One of the best ways to get the unconditional love and support a person needs is by getting a dog. For the most part, dogs are some of the most loving and loyal animals in the world. Finding a way to keep a dog obedient will take a bit of time and energy, but it will be more than worth it. In order to get ...

Dog fosters three abandoned kittens and seven puppies

June 4th, 2014
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JASPER, Ga-- Cat videos have a certain cuteness level. People have build entire internet empires on cat videos. Mary took it to a whole new level. Mary is a beagle mix at the Animal Shelter of Pickens County. She already had seven puppies in her litter. It's likely why she ended up at the shelter. People often unload pregnant pets when they realize they can't afford ...

Dog saves owner from choking to death on sweet by accidentally performing Heimlich

March 25th, 2014
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A woman told today how her dog saved her life when she was choking to death on a sweet. Terrified Rachel Hayes, aged 40, was doubled over gasping for breath after a strawberry pastille got stuck in her throat in the kitchen at home. But worried springer spaniel Mollypops accidentally performed the Heimlich manoeuvre on her owner - and the sweet popped out. Rachel said: "She's an absolute ...

Dog Learning is 24/7

March 6th, 2014
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How much time do you spend each day training your dog? If you answered "30 minutes," "An hour," or even "Three 10-minute sessions," you're wrong. Oh, I believe that you're working on specific skills during those periods--but the truth is that you're training your dog 24 hours a day, every day. Dogs are masters of prognostication. They might not be able to tell you the winning ...

Protective Dachshund adopts paralyzed cat

January 15th, 2014
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In this dog-eat-dog world, we should all be so lucky as to have a friend like Idgie — a friend who refuses to leave our side, even if we're lame and lying in the dirt by a busy road. That's how Seminole County Animal Services found Idgie — a pudgy 2-year-old Dachshund — standing guard over a 7-month-old paraplegic cat. It was early October and still ...