Tips to Travel stress-free with your dog
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Tips-to-Travel-with-your-dogHoliday seasons are most awaited by members of our family including ourselves. We find that time to be precious to have fun with our near and dear ones and de-stress ourselves. Kids wait for these seasons with utmost anxiety. At these fun and frolicking times is it fair to forget your lovable dog behind? Especially when you have spent your time and energy searching for the best of many French bulldog puppies and have showered so much love and care to the pet? It is never a choice made by a responsible dog owner to leave behind his pet at home while he vacations with his whole family. French bulldog puppies get even sick sooner than any other breed dogs when left alone.
Place – Browse the internet to get a list of places that are top rated in the pet-friendly category. But choosing the best from the obtained list might itself prove to be a waste of time and energy as each one of the places are a specialty in their own individual self. It is good to choose the one using your instinct or let your family members make a choice. Some of the most common facilities that make the places pet friendly are, humpty park space especially for pets, low cost veterinary service, etc.
Prior to your departure - Just before you depart, make sure you have carried all your baggage and your pet stuff too. Also see to it that your pet is comfortable in the car hen you hit the road. If this is the first time you are taking your pup with you on a car drive, then there is something that you need to do. First let him climb up and show him his place. Allow him enough time to make him self seated. He might look around the new environment and sniff here and there too. Wait until he seeps into the mood. Do not start your car until he seems quite ok. This might give a sudden unexpected jerk. Once he is cool with the idle car then you can start your car and ride for 2 – 3 mins with intervals in between. This will give the pup an idea about a car ride. He will be comfortable once you do this...

Dogs Are Not Just For Christmas
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Dogs-Are-Not-Just-For-ChristmasAlarmingly, many people still decide to get a puppy for Christmas, only to realize by the New Year that they have made a mistake. Tragically, this means that many pets in January are either abandoned or taken to animal shelters.
It starts innocently enough with a child pleading his, or her, parents, “Please can we get a puppy?” While I believe that it is wonderful and very healthy for a child to have a pet, it is crucial that all parents think carefully about the responsibility they are taking on with a dog. Dogs are not like goldfish, they are demanding of your time and they require training, otherwise they become unruly and messy. Therefore, below is a list of things that all potential dog owners should consider before making the commitment to make a dog part of their family...

German Shepherd Puppies - 8 Tips To Owning A Raising One
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German-Shepherd-PuppiesNot long after buying a German shepherd puppy, you will want to think about implementing obedience training. As a pack animal, German shepherds, just like any other dog, will begin to test the boundaries of the pack hierarchy. Keeping you dog in its rightful place in the chain of command is important for both of you.
As one of the more intelligent breeds of dog, German shepherd learn quick. Is it any wonder, the police use them as their dog of choice. They need stimulus, don't let your puppy grow up neglected.
Exercise is a must for various reasons. Firstly, it is essential for growth and developing natural reflexes. Secondly, it will help your dog mix socially, another equally important part of your German shepherd’s development. So remember, plenty of brisk walks and any secure open areas that you may live near.
German shepherds can grow to about 100 pound, they are powerful, quick and will have no problems sweeping objects off of nearby sideboards, so keep valuables out of reach while they are growing. Remember, a German shepherd is still a puppy up to the age of around three, fully grown physically but mentally a tazmanian devil.
While on the search for a puppy, find one from a genuine breeder, this will ensure good genes; you can find good breeders in you classifieds or get a referral from your vet, kennel clubs or dog training clubs...

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