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The Petsafe Collar is Not Working Troubleshooting Tips

Now that you have opted for one of the PetSafe Collars, there are a few tips you need to keep in mind before you begin using it. For starters, remember to use it as a training device, and only in conjunction with voice commands and lots of praise and treats. Your dog must learn acceptable behavior, but not view the ...

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Shock Collar Training Tips

Typically used to train your pet, the shock collar works by delivering a tiny electric current through two points on the collar. This current causes a small amount of pain and discomfort to the dog which is how it learns which behavior is acceptable and which is not. Just how much pain your pet will actually feel depends on the ...

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What to Do if My Dog is Anxious in the Car

While most dog enjoy car rides, if your pet is anxious when taken for a drive, it could be due to many reasons. The basic reason could be that it is suffers from motion sickness and has not been able to outgrow it even in adulthood. Another factor could be that the sounds of other traffic and the car’s own ...

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How to Stop my Dog From Biting my Cat

Having a cat and a dog in the family can turn into a battle for dominance and territory, if you don’t train both animals to live together peacefully and make friends. Since your dog has a predatory temperament, it is likely to chase the cat and the cat being naturally afraid of it, tends to run away. Even if your ...

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How to Stop My Dog Biting Other Dog’s Legs

To understand how to stop your dog from biting other dog’s legs, you need to first understand why your dog does it. Typically, dogs might nip on legs and paws in an attempt to entice them to play. You will know that if you dog first circles around, skipping and wagging its tail, rolling over and barking happily. Another factor ...

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How to Calm an Anxious Dog During a Thunderstorm

Stormy conditions such as thunder. lightning, static electricity, barometric pressure changes and rumbling that only dogs can hear can terrify your dog so much that it can severely hurt itself or damage its surroundings. It will also display its phobia by hiding or howling. Train your dog not to fear storms when it is still very young. Even when it ...

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How to Break a Dog of Food Aggression

  Food aggression is your dog’s way of protecting its food and toys and it will act aggressively if it thinks someone is about to steal its belongings. Thus, you need to train and condition your dog to understand that if you are coming near its food or when it is eating, it need not feel threatened. On the contrary, ...

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How to Stop Dog Aggression on a Leash

When your dog encounters another dog on its walk, it’s first reaction is to want to investigate the newcomer. By doing so, it reassures itself that the other dog is a friend or a threat. But since, you have it on leash, you might not allow it to greet the stranger. This is what makes your dog tug at its ...

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How to Stop a Dog From Whining is His Crate

It is obvious that your dog is not going to like being confined to its crate and it will display many signs of discomfort and try its best to get out. Like for instance, it will scratch and bite at the crate. Some dogs become very stressed and can also hurt themselves when trying to escape from it. When they ...

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How to Stop a Dog From Marking His Territory

Dogs have evolved as territorial animals and in the wild, they mark their territory by leaving their scent on the boundaries and any objects on which they want to assert their ownership. Thus, when your dog marks vertical and sometimes horizontal objects with its urine around your house, it is simply following these genetic instincts. However, with the appropriate training ...

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