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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4 Ways To Choose The Right Doggie Daycare For Your Special Dog

If you spend hours away from your home each day and you have a dog, a doggie daycare may be just what you need. Your dog will be well looked after at doggie daycare and will get all the food, exercise, and attention they need throughout the day. When looking for doggie daycare options, there are a few things you are going to want to do.

1. Visit the Facility

First, it is essential to visit any facility you are interested in sending your dog to. This is the best way to determine if the place is clean and well-taken care of. In addition, visiting the daycare will allow you to see what safety precautions are in place to protect your dog and what type of programming the facility uses to ensure your dog is well-fed, exercised, and cared for.

For example, you will want to look for a facility with proper fencing and gating that will ensure your dog can't get away. In addition, you want safe floors, such as epoxy or rubber, that provide a good grip for your dog without being too cold. You also want a facility with good ventilation, so your dog is enjoying the fresh air.

2. Pay Attention to Dog Groupings

Second, it is essential to pay attention to the way dogs are groups at the facility. You are going to want to look for a facility where dogs are based on multiple factors into different areas, such as size, temperament, and play style, so that the dogs have fun and are safe around one another Look for a doggie daycare that doesn't randomly group dogs together, but carefully places them together to ensure your dog is safe and enjoys themselves.

3. Look for a Low Ratio

Third, you are going to want to look into the dog-to-human ratio at the facility. In most states, there are rules about how many dogs to people are appropriate and safe. Look up your state's dog to human ratio, and be sure to ask the daycare what their ratio is. It should line up or be smaller than the state's required ratio.

For example, f your stat's ratio is 20 dogs to one staffer, you want to place your dog at a daycare with a 20 to 1 or lower ratio, such as 15 to 1. These ratios are in place to ensure each dog gets enough attention and care.

4. See About Guided Activities

Fourth, look for a facility that offers some guided activities. Guided activities can help train your dog, especially if you have a young dog. In addition, guided activities can be used to help improve your dog's behavior.

If you are away from your home for extended hours, you will want to look for a doggie daycare to take care of your dog. When looking for a doggie daycare, look for one that respects state dog to human ratios, provides guided activities, groups dogs according to multiple factors, and allows you to tour the facility in person.