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The Canaan's Nutritional and Exercise Needs

The Canaan is a medium to large size dog and as such will need exercise to keep it in good condition, as well as to vent some of the excess energy this dog possesses. The Canaan dog is a very good watchdog, but has a tendency to become territorial in its home. With many dogs, territorial often turns to aggressive, if it is not kept under control. In many cases, all the dog needs is more exercise so they don't have quite so much energy. [...]

Overcoming The Clumber Spaniel's Weight Problem

The Clumber Spaniel is a dog that has been breed for its hunting and agility. These dogs accompany hunters on foot for long excursions into the wooded areas to hunt or just to keep the hunter company. They are work dogs and sport dogs. In other words, the Clumbers are physical dogs and because of this they need to be exercised properly if they are to remain at a healthy weight. If these dogs do not receive enough exercise, chances are good that they will become overweight. This leads to serious health problems! Many of these problems can be overcome with proper exercise. [...]

Keeping Jack Russell Terriers Happy

Jack Russell Terriers may be small - but like the much larger Malamutes and Boerboels, they are working dogs, and so need their daily quota of exercise. Keeping these little dogs happy is key to ensuring a harmonious household. Many people mistakenly choose them as pets because of their small size, innate intelligence, and friendly, playful nature. They imagine the dog will be a facsimile of Eddie, in Frasier. But the agile antics of a Jack Russell that is not schooled or exercised properly will in reality resemble more those of Milo in The Mask; soiling carpets, chewing soft furnishings, digging up plants, biting and nipping. This is not a two-walks a day dog. As the adage goes, when it is good it is very good, but when it is bad, it is horrid. [...]

Things To Do With A Pembroke Welsh Corgi

There are many things you can do with a Pembroke Welsh Corgi including taking walks, jogging, running, playing fetch and swimming. They are happy with anything they do with you as long as they are with you. You can even use them in the field to ride along on a tractor. They are great protectors and can be useful to alert someone if danger is around. They also can summon help if you become injured. There are so many things to do with the Corgi including having them bring in the cattle or other farm animals. [...]

Large, Strong, and Fast: The Anatomy of an Anatolian and Appearance

The Anatolian Shepherd is a strong, fast dog that has endurance, power, and agility. The appearance of the dog reflects its ability to overpower and conquer any animal or person trying to enter its territory without permission. The Anatolian is a large breed that is all muscle and strength. The large build of the dog shows its tolerability to endure months of being in the mountains taking care of the flock protecting them from animals such as wolves. [...]

Understanding The Anatolian Shepherds

The Anatolian Shepherd is a smart dog, which makes them the ideal working dog. They are the guardians of the flock. They can and will show affection to their owners and the family as long as they are cared for properly. This breed of dog has energy and will stand guard over its territory rather than run around. This is what makes so them so valuable to farmers everywhere. They will serve and protect the flock without concern for their own safety. [...]

Mitral Valve Heart Disease

In dogs, heart failure is usually characterized by problems with the mitral valve. This is especially true of smaller breeds, but is applicable to at least some extent with all dogs. The mitral valve refers to the muscular valve that separates the left atrium and ventricle. Its function, when working properly, is to prevent the back flow of blood once it has passed through one section of the heart to increase the efficiency of the heart's pumping, i.e. - each portion of blood that passes through the heart only needs to be pumped once because the mitral valve prevents it from flowing backwards. Over time, however, this valve begins to shrink and harden as a natural consequence of aging. [...]

Living Conditions of the Beauceron

The Beauceron is a large dog and as such needs lots of exercise. He cannot be cooped up in small spaces without the opportunity to exercise. He truly needs a job to do and lots of space in which to express himself and use his energy. [...]

The Beauceron as a Family Dog

The Beauceron can be an important addition to your family if you know how to integrate him properly. It is important to be patient. Your diligence and patience will have positive and lasting results! [...]

The Athletic Beauceron

The Beauceron is a born athlete! It loves to move and to exercise with precision. It is dedicated to whichever sport it is participating in and will compete with a deep drive to succeed. [...]

Do I Have the Right Living Environment for a Belgian Malinois?

The Belgian Malinois is a wonderful dog for those who have the space and time for him. He needs a lot of exercise, so he needs to have a place to burn his energy. This can be anywhere, but for this breed it is preferable that the owner is there to take part in the exercise time with the dog. [...]

Why Socialization is Important for the Belgian Malinois

If you are looking at purchasing a new Belgian Malinois puppy, congratulations! You are about to embark on a grand adventure and build a relationship with your dog that will last the rest of his life. But before you take that leap to dog ownership, there are some things to know about the temperament of the Belgian Malinois and how those aspects of the dog's personality can affect your life and your home. [...]

The Wire Fox Terrier: Exercise and Nutritional Needs

The Wire Fox Terrier is a very athletic and energetic dog that requires a lot of exercise. They are friendly and lively dogs that love being outside walking, playing ball, or just romping around. They have a great deal of energy inside and need the time to wear it off. They should be in a yard big enough to allow them to run around. They have a tendency to dig needlessly or bark unnecessarily if left alone too long, so don't stick them in the pen and leave them there feeling they have the opportunity to get all the exercise they may need. [...]

Things to do With Your Bloodhound

You can do many things with a Bloodhound. They are great long distance walkers, therefore, long hikes or walks are great. They can be playful and if started early, a puppy or older dog does like to play fetch. Things like catching a flying disc may not be for a Bloodhound, but every dog can be taught to do something if they like it. They like to go out hunting, tracking, and just laying around or resting. [...]

Who Makes a Good Bloodhound Owner? - Five Reasons to Love a Bloodhound

A good Bloodhound owner is someone who has a leisurely lifestyle and spends time at home or in the yard. You should not have a fast lifestyle or do a lot of traveling. The best owner for a Bloodhound is someone who wants a dog for companionship and love. The owner of a Bloodhound should have plenty of time to train and play with the dog. You need to have patience and understanding. Plenty of understanding is actually required. [...]

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