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Dog Selection

Deciding to add a DOG to your family is indeed a big decision with many factors to consider. It is important to research different breeds, their needs, and whether to go to a breeder or rescue. Understanding your living situation, including the size of your home and whether your existing pet will get along with a new addition, is crucial. Additionally, considering your activity level and whether your potential dog will enjoy activities like hiking and swimming is important. Remember that dogs have UNIQUE personalities, so taking the time to make an informed decision is essential.

Our support can help alleviate the potential stress and challenges that come with integrating a new pet into a family.

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Are you tired of struggling to achieve your dog training goals? Look no further than this quick and practical tool! Celebrating milestones in your training journey is key to creating a positive and supportive environment. By breaking down larger goals into smaller, measurable tasks, you'll not only track your progress but also experience a sense of accomplishment along the way.


This motivation will encourage you to keep pursuing your goals and reinforce the progress you've made.

It is necessary to improve your observation skills to assist your vet and behavior consultant in finding the right help for your dog.

Ethograms are comprehensive records of an animal's behavior that can include a wide range of information. This information may consist of the social context, such as feeding, greeting, grooming, or play; the placement of each body part; accompanying vocalizations; the configuration of each body part; and the movement of these body parts. For instance, a dog's ethogram would contain all these details to help understand its behavior better.

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