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Is a Borzoi Right For Your Home?

The Borzoi may be a large dog, but he is also, as a well-socialized and trained adult dog, a wonderful companion. For homes with people looking for a calm, good-natured companion who does not demand copious amount of attention and is simply a buddy rather than a worker or a protector, a Borzoi is a good option. But for homes with a lot of noise, rambunctiousness, and a need for a dog who fetches and plays, the Borzoi would not be a good fit. [...]

Borzoi and Other Dogs: Socializing with Your Borzoi

If you have other dogs in your home when you introduce your Borzoi puppy, you shouldn't have many problems. The Borzoi is tolerant of other dogs and can get along well with them when raised with them. Also, socializing your Borzoi puppy early will prevent him from becoming aggressive or standoffish around other dogs. [...]

The Canaan Dog as a Family Pet

Although the Canaan is a rare breed of dog, even today, they make an excellent family pet with an experienced owner. The Canaan will come into your household believing that he is going to run the show and dominate. That is, until he is shown otherwise, repeatedly with firmness and affection. [...]

The Canaan dog It Is a High Tolerance Dog?

The Canaan dog is a very intelligent, sensitive, and independent dog. This dog got its origin in Israel and has through the years gained popularity in many other countries including the United States. The Canaan dog is a very versatile dog that excels in many sports and events such as herding, conformation, agility, obedience, and tracking. The Canaan is a very strong and independent dog that has a high tolerance rate for certain things and a low tolerance for others. [...]

Socializing The Sometimes Shy Clumber Spaniel

By normal means, the Clumber Spaniel is not a shy dog. In fact, it is often considered one of the best Spaniels for the family home because they will interact and get along with everyone in the family. To get to this point, all Clumber Spaniels will need some coaching and encouragement, something that all owners must take the time to invest in. If you do not socialize your dog enough, chances are he will become very introverted and shy beyond what is considered reasonable. [...]

Socializing The Pembroke Welsh Corgi To Children And Other Animals

Socializing the Pembroke Welsh Corgi with children and other animals is important and needs to be done while the dog is young. The Corgi is a lovable dog by nature and can easily get along with children as long as they are not too rough with the dog. Not only will you need to socialize the puppy, but you also have to teach children the proper way to play with a dog and what not to do and also what they can do. Any dog, no matter how well trained can have a problem if they are mistreated. It is important to socialize the puppy and the child correctly. [...]

Should You Breed the Anatolian Shepherd

Before you even consider breeding the Anatolian Shepherd, you should consider if you can find enough homes for the puppies. This is not a popular house breed and some people will find that the training and care that is needed is too much for a dog. This is a common mistake with beginning breeders. Learning the facts about the breed and if there are enough homes for them is important. [...]

Puppy Behavior of the Belgian Malinois

The Belgian Malinois is a terrific pet. Whether you are using him as a home companion, a working dog, a police dog, or a personal protection dog, if you have enough time to train the dog, you will greatly enjoy the breed. Of course there are a few things about the Belgian Malinois that should be considered, especially when a potential owner is deciding whether or not he or she has the time or experience to raise and train this breed. [...]

Your Children and Your Belgian Malinois

The Belgian Malinois is very good with children. Of course, as with any breed of dog, the Belgian Malinois has to be introduced to the children at a young age, and then very carefully in order to ensure the bond and understanding is created. The dog will often grow to love the children and protect them, as the Belgian Malinois is a protection breed. The dog will play with the children, too, and will respect them as being higher in the "pack" if the dog has been properly socialized from an early age. [...]

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. [...]

Raising the Bloodhound Puppy

If you have a Bloodhound puppy, you need to start basic commands as soon as you bring them home. Housebreaking and training does take some time and even when you think you have a well trained puppy, they will surprise you and act like they have no idea what you are talking about when you call them. They are a stubborn dog that resists change. They are happy just being themselves and will frustrate you from time to time. [...]

Should You Own a Female or a Male Bloodhound

When one considers buying a puppy, one has to consider whether to have a male or female. The female is a bit smaller than the male, but this does not make much of a difference when you consider a male or female since both are still fairly large. Things to consider before getting a puppy are: do you plan on breeding? Are you going to use the puppy for tracking? Are you going to have the puppy spayed or neutered? And, what are the temperament of a female and a male and how does that apply to your lifestyle? [...]

Strangers and the Brussels Griffon

While any dog may have a severe reaction to strangers if he is not well-socialized, this is especially true of the Brussels Griffon. The Brussels Griffon has a naturally suspicious temperament, making him overly aware of strangers and dogs he doesn't know. When approached by a stranger or anyone not in his immediate family, the Brussels Griffon will likely react strongly; and if this behavior is not curbed, it could lead to more serious and detrimental behaviors. [...]

Socializing your Welsh Springer Spaniel

The decision to adopt a Welsh Springer Spaniel comes with lots of responsibility, but nothing that is beyond the grasp of a willing owner. Socializing your Welsh Springer Spaniel is an on-going process that must be intensive at least until the Welshie reaches adulthood which will likely be about four years. Socializing your Welshie consists of getting your new pet used to other people, other pets and other elements of the outside world that he probably was not exposed to before joining your family. [...]

Stages of Growth for your Welsh Springer Spaniel

When it comes to stages of growth, the Welsh Springer Spaniel is as predictable as a teenage girl. The stages, for the most parts, are similar but with a basic understanding of your pup's temperament, you can tailor these to best suit your needs. Understanding the stages of growth for your Welsh Springer Spaniel will help you in all aspects of training and acclimating your dog to his new environment. These basic stages will provide you with a deeper understanding of how to interact with your pet during each pivotal stage. [...]

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