Important Tips to Help You Successfully Housebreak Your Puppy

The Importance of through housebreaking cannot not be overemphasized, because anything less will deteriorate the relationship between the puppy and its owner. Although some dog breeds are more difficult to house break than others, however all healthy puppies should be able to master this basic skill with proper training.

The Do's and Don't of Puppy Potty Training

Like most new pet owners, I'm sure that you are dreading potty training your puppy. Potty training is the first step that needs to be mastered, when you undertake the grueling task of training your puppy.

Got Fleas? 7 Easy Ways To Get Rid Of Them


Fleas are pesky critters that can transmit a variety of diseases and illnesses and make life miserable for your pet as well. Getting rid of these pests is essential for a healthy, happy home for all of its two-legged and four-legged inhabitants. Here are seven easy ways to prevent and control the flea population around your house.

5 Tips To Easy Puppy Potty Training

The sooner you potty train your puppy the better. You want to establish good habits from the start. And, a dog who has never gone potty in the house will never consider the house a place *to* go potty. I’ve always found the puppies we purchased from actual working farms (NOT puppy farms) were the easiest to house-train.

Puppy care tips


Puppies try to jump at anything and everything during their first year of life. It is worth knowing that this behavior will remain the same when the puppy grows into am adult dog.

Raising Puppies: Be Positive

Bringing home the puppy home is one of the most enjoyable things that you can enjoy with the young puppy. After that, you are now thrusts into the role of a mother hen or an alpha male type of owner to raise the dog properly.

We all love a well behaved dog


We all love puppies, but once we get them home there is a lot of work to be done. Consistency is the key to a happy and healthy puppy.

The Dos and Donts When Bringing Home a New Puppy


When bringing home a new puppy what steps should be taken? This article can help explain.

Teach the Retrieve with Clicker

Here is my method of teaching fetch to a puppy using a clicker.


Why use a crate?? I certainly wouldn't want to spend hours locked up in area barely big enough to stand up and turn around in. BUT --- I am not a dog, and neither are you. A dog is a den animal. If you look at where your dog chooses to spend his sleeping time, you will most likely find that it is behind a chair, under a table, or in a secluded corner. He wants and needs a bed of his own, a den, someplace where he can be alone.