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Take a Breath, Breathe – Dogs Understand, Breathing is Communication

Take a Breath, Breathe – Dogs Understand, Breathing is Communication

Take a breath, breathe – dogs understand, breathing is communication. Breathing is one of many ways in which dogs communicate with each other. Dogs also observe how humans breathe. By taking the time to learn a little about this natural form of communication, you can increase your understanding of dogs, be more aware of your own state of being, and …

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Dog Anxiety – Anxious Pacing Learn How to Stop It

Dog Anxiety and Anxious Pacing - How to Stop It

Dog anxiety – anxious pacing learn how to stop it, and why you should stop it… Anxious pacing, hyper activity – does your dog exhibit these behaviours? Maybe you have tried, or still are trying to tire your dog out with exercise – taking your dog for several long walks every day, play time with doggie friends, agility, fly ball …

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Dog Stress and Anxiety – How to Turn Bad Stress to Good

dog stress and anxiety, turn bad stress to good

Dog stress and anxiety – how to turn bad stress to good; learn how to enable ‘good stress’ response for the mental and physical well-being of your dog and yourself. First let’s talk about good stress vs. bad stress, and then we will talk about the major building blocks for enabling good stress response… Good Stress – Is There Such …

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How to Crate Train Your Puppy, Dog – Tips for Success

A Guide to Crate Training Puppies and Dogs

Introduce and familiarize your puppy or dog to a crate the right way your dog will not fear or take a disliking to the crate. The crate will not be associated with anxiety and stress… Introducing, Familiarizing Your Dog with His/Her Crate  Encourage Your Dog to Explore the Crate On His/Her Own When first introducing your puppy or dog to …

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Dog Training Tip: Prevent Dog Fights and Anxiety – Just Breathe

Dog Training Tip - Prevent dog fights and anxiety

Prevent dog fights and anxiety  – learn to use breathing  to effectively communicate and direct your dog… Dogs in the same household that are getting in to fights are doing so for very specific reasons – this is true regardless of whether you can or cannot identify a reason for the fight. The same is true for other reactive behaviors …

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