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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==== ====Dog parks are a place where both dogs and their owners can go to socialize. But are they good orbad? Though there popularity has skyrocketed in the past few years, they have both supportersand people who dont feel comfortable bringing their dog there for a variety of reasons.Dog parks provide an outlet for many dogs to burn off pent up energy that might otherwise result infrustration that leads to destructive behavior at home. People are often advised to give their dogplenty of exercise, and one of the most convenient and popular places people look to for theirdogs exercise outlet is at a dog park.There their dogs can run and play with other dogs. They can have interaction with other dogs thatthey wouldnt otherwise have on a solo dog walk in the neighborhood. This is an excellent way fora dog to build up his socialization skills as long as the owners of the dogs remain vigilant inmonitoring their dogs interactions. There are rules in most dog parks. Dogs are usually separatedto some extent by size, with the large dogs having their own area in which to run and play and thesmall dogs are then free to run in their own area behind fencing without fear of being mauled andattacked. Some parks may only allow spayed and neutered dogs to play which reduces anyproblems with fighting for reproductive reasons. Another positive aspect of dog parks is that theyallow dog owners to meet each other and discuss concerns about their dogs and other things.Quite often people know each other only by their "dogs" name , not their own! Dog parks havemany positive benefits to both dogs and owners providing there are rules and everyone abides bythem and respects other dog owners and their dogs.On the negative side of things ,despite efforts to ensure only dogs with good manners come toparks, there can still be fights that break out amongst dogs in dog parks. Under the right (orwrong) conditions, any dog can play rough or get into a fight. Dogs have been known to be injuredat dog parks. Some of the rules that were spoken about prior can require owners to show someproof of vaccination before allowing their dogs to enter.This can be a hassle and dogs can still pass on illnesses to each other. Some dogs such aspitbulls, rotweillers, and other more aggressive breeds are excluded from some parks. This canseem discriminatory to owners of these dogs when their dogs have been known to shown no signsof aggression. Other people feel that its unfair to deny park privileges to intact dogs, especiallywhen female dogs are not in season.As with many situations, much of the negative behavior that happens with dogs at dog parks isdue to the lack of involvement of their owners. Even though it is a free environment and the dogsare enjoying themselves, owners still need to watch and understand their dog and his body
  • 2. language so that they can head off any altercations that may be brewing. With increasedsupervision on the part of dog owners, the likelihood of dogs getting hurt, either through rough playor by becoming involved in fights, can definatively be lowered. Some owners do not watch theirdogs very carefully or they allow small dogs to pick fights with large dogs, or large dogs to run oversmall dogs. This then creates tension and bad feelings amongst the owners, which unbeknownstto many, can transfer to the dogs.Its important to consider all of these different points when you are thinking of taking your own dogto a dog park. Ask yourself some honest questions. Is your dog friendly with other dogs? Is yourdog up-to-date on his vaccinations? Does he have any kind of lingering virus that he might passon to other dogs? Is he very small or very large or likely to be injured during play? Will he come toyou when you call if there is any kind of trouble in the dog park? Will you be able to watch yourdog carefully if you take him to the dog park?Whether or not dog parks are good or bad for your dog requires that you give these questionscareful consideration before deciding if you want to take your dog to the park. Dog parks can belots of fun for dogs but its up to you to look out for your dog and keep him safe wherever you takehim.Darcy Austin is the chief editor of Dog Obedience University, an information-rich site that providesarticles and resources on modifying your dogs behavior.Go there and enroll in the free mini-course and learn more about reinforcing positive dog behavior.Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Darcy_Austin==== ====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==== ====

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