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Get you Dog &puppy the gift of love ,the more you teach your dog the happier and better behaved your dog will be.

Get you Dog &puppy the gift of love ,the more you teach your dog the happier and better behaved your dog will be.

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  • 1. ==== ====For Parking Dogs Tips &Puppy Training Teach Your Puppy Special Secrets &Tricks ! The MoreYou Teach Your Puppy The Happier And Beter Behaved Your dog will be all the Time .CheckThis Outhttp://tinyurl.com/Specialtricks==== ====Youve heard about dog parks from your friends, family and even complete strangers. Itssomewhere you can take your best friend so he can frolic happily with other dogs, getting exerciseand socialization with members of the canine family. But what do you need to know before youpack up your doggie for a fun filled day? Your best friend can have a great time if you are willing tofollow some general, and common sense rules.1. If your dog has a history of aggression against other dogs or people, do not take him to a dogpark. You are just asking for trouble, not to mention putting other people and pets in danger. Anaggressive dog isnt controllable in those conditions and you are financially liable for any damagesyour dog does as a result of his actions.2. Make sure all of your dogs vaccinations are up to date. Many dog diseases are transmittable bydrool, bites, and even feces. Vaccines protect your dog, and other dogs, from potentially deadlyand costly illness. Also, all dog parks require canine visitors to have their shots. Bring a copy ofyour vets bill showing your dog has had his shots with you just in case an animal control officerasks for proof of vaccinations.3. Get your dog licensed per the requirements of your city or state, even if you disagree with thelaw. Dog parks are monitored by animal control and many jurisdictions will ticket you for not havingyour dog licensed.4. Have a voice controlled dog. This means you should be able to get your dog to obey you withonly your voice. Your dog should come when called the first time, and stay if you tell him to. If yourdog cannot do this, then you should keep him on a leash while he is at the dog park.5. You must keep your dog in sight the whole time he is at the park. A dog out of sight is a dog notunder your control. Also, have your dogs leash in your hand at all times and be ready to retrieveyour dog if issues arise between him and another dog or person.6. If you have an unspayed female dog, do not take her to the park while she is in heat. This couldcause male dogs to develop aggressive tendencies where there might not have been any before.Not to mention the possibility of unwanted puppies in your future if one of the male dogs isntneutered.7. For the safety of all the dogs at the park, do not use choke, prong, or spike collars. These kindsof collars can result in injuries to the wearer, other dogs and even people. Choke collars can gethung up, possibly strangling your dog. Some dogs like to softly bite the back of another dogs neck
  • 2. while playing. Prong collars could be forced into your dogs throat during this kind of activity whilea spike collar could harm the other dog. Remove them before entering the park.8. Do not bring food, other than small training treats, to the park. Keep these treats inaccessible tothe all of the dogs there. Never offer food to a strange dog without first asking the owner if the dogis allowed to have a treat. Most importantly, do not bring people food to a dog park. Many thingswe eat are not good for our four-legged friends.9. Clean up your dogs feces and dispose of it properly. Its also a nice thing to pick up poop youfind that other owners might have missed. You will no doubt miss some of the piles your dog hasleft at times and if everyone works together, the dog park you go to will be a cleaner place for yourfriend to play. Also, fill in any holes your dog might dig in the park. This is a safety issue, not onlyfor humans but for all of the furry friends who use the park.10. Dont bring young children to the dog park with you. Children tend to be loud and active, andcan scare a normally friendly dog into aggression. Also, its nearly impossible for a dog owner tokeep visual and voice control over his pet if hes constantly supervising a child as well.Dog parks can be a fun experience for you and your four-legged friend. By following some simplerules, and using your own common sense, both of you can have a great time at a dog park.Dawn Arkin has owned numerous dogs and enjoys spending time with her four-legged friends.This article has been submitted in affiliation with http://www.PetLovers.Com/ which is a site for PetForums.Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Dawn_Arkin==== ====For Parking Dogs Tips &Puppy Training Teach Your Puppy Special Secrets &Tricks ! The MoreYou Teach Your Puppy The Happier And Beter Behaved Your dog will be all the Time .CheckThis Outhttp://tinyurl.com/Specialtricks==== ====