Teaching Your Pets to Do Tricks

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Teaching Your Pets To Do Tricks

Hello, my name is Simone Walters. Welcome to my website about training your pets to do tricks. All animals can learn how to do tricks if you use the right approach to training. When I train my pets, I use clickers to mark the correct movements that I want to link to a command word. Then I give my pets praise and treats to reward them for a job well done. Although I prefer this training method, there are many others to consider. On this site, I will cover all the different types of ways to train your pets to do tricks. Come back soon to learn more.


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3 Major Reasons Not To Take Your Dog On Your Vacation

Do own a dog? Are you currently planning a summer vacation and are thinking about taking your canine companion along with you? Vacation is a fun and exciting time for you and, naturally, you're going to want to include your dog in that fun. But while your intentions are good, you may want to reconsider bringing your dog along with you for various reasons. Some of the most important reasons why you should leave your dog behind include:

Boredom: While your dog might enjoy being in the car for the first hour or two, he or she may quickly grow tired of the experience. Unlike humans, dogs cannot listen to music, read, or play video games when they are bored. In the small confines of your vehicle, your pet won't be able to play with any toys either, all he or she will be able to do is to sleep or look out the window. In a dog boarding facility, on the other hand, your dog will get to play with other dogs at the facility or can enjoy some quiet time alone with his or her own toys as he or she prefers. 

Rest breaks: Not all rest stops along the way are going to be dog-friendly. Some may even have signs up that prohibit dogs whether they are on or off of a leash. Even if dogs are allowed, a new and interesting smell could result in your dog bolting and getting away even while leashed. It could take hours to find him or her again. If you are especially unlucky, your dog may disappear for good. At a dog boarding facility, your dog will be guaranteed potty breaks to relieve him or herself. These breaks will take place in an enclosed area where you don't have to worry about your beloved pet disappearing for good.

Hotels: Many hotels do not allow dogs at all. If they do allow dogs, they may have restrictions on both the size and breed of allowed dogs. Should your pet have an accident in the hotel room, as some dogs do in an unfamiliar location, the hotel may charge you a large cleaning fee as a result. When you leave your furry friend at a dog boarding facility, on the other hand, you won't have to worry about trying to find a hotel that has vacancies and that accepts pets - you can stay anywhere. Any cleanup necessary as a result of accidents that your dog may have while being boarded is going to be included in the boarding fee, so there won't be any surprises when you get your bill at the end of your vacation.

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