ing people, or even solve crimes! Training a working dog takes extensive work, and every breed isn’t cut out for the job, as various genetic components influence a canine’s behaviour. Once you find the breed for the job, it’s time to start diving into all the tips for training a working dog!
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Dogs are man’s best friend, and a true friend is more than just a companion. All dogs have the instincts to get to work and help their favourite people. And like people, each dog is best cut out for a different career, depending on its breed and personality.
Tips from Chelsea at Ultimate Canines We all want a dog that we can take places, let off the leash where it’s allowable, and not have to worry about him disappearing off after the first thing he sees! There are a few tips you can try, to help build a
And a tricky question it is! With so many different thoughts on training, there is very much a YES camp and a NO camp but also an INBETWEEN camp where a special blanket’s appearance can signal to our beloved pooches that they’re allowed up on the bed or couch for
If you said “put on your seatbelt”, then you go to the top of the class! But what about your dog? Traditionally, dogs have been termed “cargo” when transported in cars, placed in the same category as inanimate objects like suitcases and luggage. I don’t know about you but our
Nope, negative, no and definitely not! At least that’s how it is in our household. I can’t resist the tug (pun intended) of a newly discovered toy and neither can our dogs. Usually the latest one is the most exciting, but there are some old favourites, especially with my Mastiff