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Understanding Your Yeast Infection Symptoms

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If a woman believes she is experiencing signs of infection for the first time, she should see the doctor immediately if she is unsure of the treatment. The doctor will know the proper diagnosis for …

If a woman believes she is experiencing signs of infection for the first time, she should see the doctor immediately if she is unsure of the treatment. The doctor will know the proper diagnosis for this type of infection.

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  • 1. Advanced Dog Obedience Commands
  • 2. • Teach sit-stay from a distance. To teach sit-stay from a distance, put the long lead on in place of the leash. Put your dog in a sit-stay and back up a few feet. If she comes toward you, move her back into the correct place and repeat the command.• Repeat the sequence until she stays for several seconds, then make a sweeping motion with your arm towards you and say "Come!" in an encouraging voice. When she comes, place her in a sit facing you and praise her enthusiastically. Repeat the sequence several times.• Gradually lengthen both the length of time in the sit-stay and the distance you move away. Continue to always use the sweeping motion and an encouraging voice to signify the release from the stay command, and always place her in a sit when she comes to you.
  • 3. • Teach her down-stay. The goal of down-stay from a distance is to ensure an immediate down-stay no matter what your dog is doing. For instance, if your pet wanders across a road, a down stay from a distance can keep him out of danger until you can rejoin him.• Start with the long lead and go through commands at a distance. Interrupt with the down command randomly, using a long sweeping down signal. Once she is down, command and use the signal for stay.• If she doesnt go down, decrease the distance and repeat the command. Stop approaching when she does go down, and tell her to stay. Release her by using the same sweeping come command as described above.• Start the command at the same distance she went down before, and gradually increase the distance.• Eventually, start using the command when not actually working with her at random intervals. When she consistently obeys the down command, no matter what she is doing, you can start to work off lead. This takes a lot of time and patience and you will need to work up gradually before you can down your dog in mid-run without confusing her.
  • 4. Warnings:• Some of these are not as easy to teach and maintain without regular work sessions and taking the time to do them properly. Depending on your dogs temperament and how well you work together, some of them are better taught by a professional trainer, either individually or in an advanced obedience class.• Do not ever let your dog off lead until she is performing these exercises correctly 100% of the time. She only has to disobey once and get out of your reach to understand that you cant enforce what you cant catch. You need to have your authority firmly in place before you can start working successfully off lead.
  • 5. Click here for advanced dog commands
  • 6. Click here for advanced dog commands

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