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Awesome Dog Training Tips That Anyone Can Use!

Best Dog Training Tips For Everyone! Taking the time to train your dog is one of the most important things you can do for him. In the years to come, your dog will know its place in the family and will love it, so it pays off in the end. Read on to learn how to train your dog properly. Good communication is key when training your dog. Do your best to remain consistent in the training of your dog. Inconsistent rewards or varied corrections can confuse your dog. Your verbal commands and the body language you show your dog also need to be consistent to be effective. Also pay attention to the communication your dog is giving back to you as that will affect your training routine. If you learn to read his body language, you will know when he is too tired to continue training or when he has the energy to go on. If you want to train your dog effectively, don’t bother with wee-wee pads. These types of pads will leave a mark on your floor because of the enzymes. The pads may also confuse the dog because of their shape. It could cause the dog [...]

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Posted by NJSEOs - July 15, 2012 at 12:49 am

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Fun Dog Training in NJ

How many times have you tried training your dog and realized that it is harder than it looks? Would it make training your dog easier if there were fun ways to involve you and your dog in the training experience? The aspect of training a dog is not always fun, but it’s what your training your dog to do that can be the fun part. Trying to get your dog to roll over, give a kiss, or even take a bow can be fun trying to watch your dog do all these tricks while looking so cute. However, it is very important to train your dog so that both of you can have a bonding experience and to better your relationship. I have found a few tricks that are fun and easy to teach your pooch and it will make the training experience a more lively one. 1. Roll Over Many pet owners will train their dog to roll over in steps and build up to being able to roll over all the way. This trick may take time and patience but once your dog is able to do it, you’ll realize it was well worth it. 2. Give Kiss [...]

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Posted by NJDogFan - January 30, 2012 at 2:17 pm

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January is National Train Your Dog Month in NJ

The Association of Pet Dog Trainers, which is the largest professional association for dog trainers in the world, has declared the month of January “National Train Your Dog Month.” According to the Humane Society of the United States about six to eight million cats and dogs are turned into animal shelters. Out of the six to eight million about four million are euthanized because the shelters are not able to find a home for all of the animals. Many dogs are turned into animal shelters because they do not cooperate with their owners, which is usually a behavior or training issue that could easily be resolved with the help of a professional trainer. According to Alyson, who is Certified Professional Dog Trainer, “A lot of dogs get returned especially when they hit adolescent age when they hit about a year and two to three years old just because a lot of people don’t realize that a lot of problems that crop up during that time are easily preventable or changeable with training.” This is when The Association of Pet Dog Trainers wants to come in and help. The APDT has well over 6,000 member trainers doing everything they can to [...]

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Posted by NJDogFan - January 17, 2012 at 3:03 pm

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Two Types of Dog Training in NJ

When it comes to pets, dogs are truly in a league of their own. Unlike the aloof cat or placid goldfish, having a pet dog encourages it’s owner to interact with it, play with it, talk to it, run around with it, and so on. No other pets form as strong a bond with its owner as dogs do. Inherently sociable animals, dogs love being the center of attention, meeting new people and seeing new places. The problems many NJ dog owners face, however, is how to contain or control their dog’s natural excitement so they don’t jump on guests, chase cars or chew everything in the house ragged. Dog training is obviously the answer- but what exactly is it? Most new dog owners are not familiar with the ins and outs of NJ dog obedience training, and are unsure of how exactly to tame little Fido so it does not pee everywhere and chew on the curtains. The good news is that NJ dog training classes are fairly common in most cities, and are affordable enough for most pet owners. Even better news is that with a little research, you yourself can train your dog using the same techniques [...]

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Posted by NJDogFan - January 5, 2012 at 5:37 pm

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House Training My Dog in NJ 101

House training your dog is not an easy task to accomplish. It is even harder if you are not sure the best way to train your dog. Many of you ask yourself how do I do this? When will I find the time to do this? Well a dedicated owner will make the time to train your dog so that he behaves in the house. When I house trained my dog I knew it was not going to be easy, but I put in the effort and now he is a very good dog in the house. So I have adapted a few tips that you can use to house train your dog, it is like a 101 introduction course to those who are not even sure how to go about starting to train your dog. Please remember these are just suggestions, dog’s personalities are different and these tips may not work with all dogs. 1. First of all take your dog outside to a specific spot where you want him to do his busniess. 2. Keep your dog in their crate or pen area where you are working. At this early stage they cannot have free rain of the [...]

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Posted by NJDogFan - December 20, 2011 at 2:59 pm

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How to Fix My Dog in NJ

What’s wrong with my dog? Many people who have dogs are not sure what could be wrong with their dog, are they sick? Do they have behavioral issues? If my dog does have a behavioral issue what could be the cause of that? Many pet owners are not sure how to handle any issues they have with their dog. Well did you ever think that maybe the training you used with your dog was not the very best they should have gotten. Whether your dog is 1 month or 3 years old it is never too late to get the proper training to ensure both safety for you and your dog. There is a place in NJ that can fix your dog so that you don’t have any more issues with his behavior. 1. Fix My dog– They have over 30 years of experience in solving dog training issues. They offer many services such as in home training, doggie boot camp and even go with owners to pick out the right family pet. They use a variety of techniques to figure out which one works best for your pooch. Give them a call to find out more and how they [...]

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Posted by NJDogFan - December 13, 2011 at 3:50 pm

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Camp Bow Wow in Elmwood Park, NJ

I’m sure many of you hate having to leave your pooch in the cage while your at work or out running errands. The idea of leaving them outside the cage is great, but what if they make a mess in the house. What can you do with your little pooch when your not home? Camp Bow Wow is a doggy daycamp and overnight retreat for them. Dog who do stay overnight will play in the camp during the day and be able to relax and sleep in their own little cabin. They provide a variety of services, some of which include grooming and training. They offer large indoor & outdoor play areas, certified camp counselors and tasty bedtime campfire treats. They have a location in Elmwood Park, NJ and many other locations throughout the state. The dogs must be at least 4 months old, spayed or neutered and must be up to date on all vaccinations. If you want your pooch to have the best doggy daycare, check out Camp Bow Wow!

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Posted by NJDogFan - July 12, 2011 at 3:03 pm

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Dog Training in Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex County, New Jersey

Training your dog is not an easy task to take on, especially if you are working full time. Thankfully when I got my two Shiba’s they were already trained so I did not have to go through that debacle, but I know many people would love to find a dog training program that will make the entire process easy. I cam across Teacher’s Pet, which is an in home training program for dogs. Teacher’s Pet will assess your dogs temperament to see what kind of personality they are dealing with and how long and effective the training will be. Some of their basic training orders are teaching your dog to sit, stay, no and come. They also will help pets with behavioral problems such as jumping on people, nipping, too much barking and digging. Their basic program is only 5 weeks long. Teacher’s Pet is part of the Canine Good Citizen program, Association of Pet Dog Trainers and American Kennel Club. You can easily contact them at 732-542-6185 or email them Diana@TeachersPetNJ.com. Happy Training!

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Posted by NJDogFan - July 6, 2011 at 3:33 pm

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