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Training Your Newly Adopted Dog 
New Puppy Your puppy will grow up very quickly.  Know how to train him right and he will become a good natured and well mannered adult dog...

New Adult Dog  Adopting an adult dog can be a marvelous alternative to raising and training a puppy.  Alternatively, a new adult dog can be a full-time project...

Positive Reinforcement Training We all like to be praised rather than punished.  The same is true for your pet, and that's the theory behind positive reinforcement.  Positive reinforcement means giving your pet something pleasant or rewarding immediately after she does something you want her to do...

Nothing in Life is Free  Does your dog get on the furniture and refuse to get off?  Nudge your hand and insist on being petted or played with?  Refuse to come when called?  Defend his food bowl or toys from you?  If so, a training technique called "nothing in life is free" may be just the solution you're looking for...

Crate Training Your Dog If you like nothing better than coming home from a hard day's work and finding that your dog decided to "go" on the couch or use your favorite slippers as a new chew toy, then crate training isn't for you...

Housetraining Housesoiling is a spatial problem.  Your puppydog has been allowed to eliminate in the wrong place.  Housesoiling becomes a bad habit...

Dog Elimination Problems  Dogs urinate and defecate to eliminate waste or to communicate with other individuals.  Sometimes, dogs will also urinate and defecate when anxious or afraid...

Dogs & Children  Babies and children should never be left unsupervised with puppies or dogs.  Learning to respect, understand, care for, and sussessfully control a dog gives a dramatic boost to any childs self-esteem....

Introducing Your New Dog to Your Resident Dog  From "THE LEADER OF THE PACK" to "the top dog." plenty of simplistic metaphors come from the canine world.  But relationships between canines can be pretty complex, beginning with the very first meeeting.  Like most animals who live in groups, dogs establish their own social structure, sometimes called a dominance hierarchy...

Home Alone  Your new puppydog needs lots of attention (companionship, education, and play), but also to be taught how to entertain himself appropriately...

Reducing Separation Anxiety in Dogs  Everyone needs a little time alone now and then - unless of course you are a dog who suffers from separation anxiety...