• Which Dog Training Whistle To Use

    Which Dog Training Whistle To Use

    Find a Dog Training Whistle Suited to Your Needs A dog training whistle is used as an alternative way of training rather than using verbal commands. If you’re looking for a dog training whistle, I’m going to go through a few different types. Silent Dog Whistle A silent dog whistle emits an ultrasonic sound which people cannot hear but dogs can. The silent dog whistle has adjustable frequencies so that you can find the perfect one to suit your dog. The silent dog whistle is ideal for using at a long distance to get your dog to come back to you. The trick to successfully train your dog to come…

  • What's The Best Method Of Dog Training?

    What’s The Best Method Of Dog Training?

    There are many different methods of dog training available, what works for one person may not work for another. Not every dog owner can hire Cesar Milan to train their dog. If your dog’s behaviour is consistently troublesome, or, if you are a new dog owner, you may want to teach your pet the basics without spending a fortune and know your options. Here are a few ways of dog training that you may want to try. Look Out For Local Dog Training Classes You may have dog training classes in your area, classes may be advertised in the local paper or online. These are often reasonably priced and your…

  • 4 Ways To Stop Puppy Chewing

    4 Ways To Stop Puppy Chewing

    Chewing is a natural part of being a puppy, especially when teething. It’s best to keep your puppy away from pieces of furniture that are likely to get chewed especially when you can’t be around to keep an eye on them all the time. I remember when my dog was a pup, he grabbed my new living room curtains and was tugging on them. I managed to get him off them before his teeth went through! It can be a very frustrating time, but puppies do eventually learn and will grow out of it, I know it doesn’t seem they will, but they do. Here are 4 ways to stop…

  • ​3 Essential Tips To Successfully House Train Older Dogs

    3 Essential Tips To Successfully House Train Older Dogs

    3 Essential Tips To Successfully House Train Older Dogs House training older dogs is a more delicate process than with younger dogs. If you are looking to adopt an older dog that was not previously exposed to any house training at a young age, it is going to bring along its bad habits such as chewing, excessive barking, making holes in the yard or “marking” the territory.  Furthermore, you will also experience more difficulties in house training older dogs as they tend to respond and progress much slower to most training methods and commands than younger dogs. Here are 3 useful tips that can help you in house training older dogs…

  • How To Toilet Train Your Puppy

    How To Toilet Train Your Puppy

    How To Toilet Train Your Puppy Dogs are smart, it doesn’t usually take long for them to realise that they need to ask to go outside to the toilet. My dog now scratches the door with his paw every time he needs to go. Having a puppy playpen is a good idea when they are young. Some playpens have bottoms to them so if they do make a mess inside it goes on the base of that rather than your floor and they are easy to clean. You can also use Puppy Toilet Training Pads to absorb urine. It’s a good idea to take your puppy out at regular intervals…