Training an Un-Neutered Dog

Training Non-Neutered Dogs

Not every dog gets spayed (removal of female reproductive organs) or neutered (removal of male organs). Whether through an intention to breed or other motive, many individuals leave their companions intact. Left with a full complement of nature’s hormones, these dogs can react differently than their surgically altered counterparts. Males with the normal amount of…

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Dog Eyes

Holistic Care – Looking At Your Dog’s Inner Nature By Using Iridology

If you want to know more about your dog’s essential nature – his sensitivities and disposition regarding different situations, look no further than his eyes. Through his eyes, you can get a better understanding about your dog’s personality and behavior. You’ll be able to know if certain behaviors that he exhibits are natural for him,…

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Training a Shelter Dog

Dog Training – Training Rescued Dogs

Normal dog training requires patience that is greater nowhere else but childrearing. Training rescued dogs takes even more. Though sterilizing dogs – spaying (removing female organs) and neutering (removing male organs) – has been common practice for decades, birth rates continue to outpace ownership. Add to that a percentage who are lost or wander away…

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