Archive for March 2011

Becoming a dog breeder is never something that you should do lightly, and never something that you should decide upon without many hours of consideration and planning. If you are going to be breeding dogs, then there are some things that you should think carefully about. Breeding dogs is something that requires a lot of hard work, and something that requires a lifetime commitment on your part. Therefore, if you are going to be breeding dogs, there should be some major aspects of your life that revolve around dogs. Read the rest of this entry »
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Discover What You Need To Know About Being A Successful Dog Breeder!It is important to be a breeder for the right reasons, and it is important to make sure that you follow all of the right directions when it comes to dog breeding, so that you can be successfulHere is what you will learn inside this guide….Chapter 1 – Deciding To BreedChapter 2 – Finding the Right Dog BreedChapter 3 – Making A Breeding PlanChapter 4 – Exploring and Learning Breed StandardsChapter 5 – Obtaining Your Beginning StockChapter 6 – Raising Your Breeding DogsChapter 7 – Deciding When To BreedChapter 8 – Creating Questionnaires and Waiting ListsChapter 9 – Breeding ItselfChapter 10 – Birthing PuppiesChapter 11 – Raising PuppiesChapter 12 – Waiting Lists and Interviews For HomesChapter 13 – Providing Puppies With New HomesChapter 14 – ContractsChapter 16 – Knowing The FactsChapter 20 – Showing DogsChapter 21 – Lifetime Breeding And Ownership Read the rest of this entry »
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This digital document is an article from Dog Watch, published by Thomson Gale on June 1, 2007. The length of the article is 946 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.Citation DetailsTitle: Ear cleaning made easy: common ear disorders can result from a number of different factors. It's important to understand basic ear care.(Health)Author: Karen Lee StevensPublication: Dog Watch (Magazine/Journal)Date: June 1, 2007Publisher: Thomson GaleVolume: 11 Issue: 6 Page: 3(2)Distributed by Thomson Gale Read the rest of this entry »
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A great looking, healthy coat begins with good nutrition, plenty of exercise, and good grooming habits. This holistic approach strengthens the bond between dog and owner and helps your dog look and feel its best. Read the rest of this entry »
In each episode we will select one or two dogs that serve as our main guides through the colorful world of purebreds. Through interviews with owners, trainers, judges, breeders and veterinarians, we will explore the development of a "top dog". In this episode of Breed All About It, we learn about the super dog Max Von Stehpanitz set out to create 100 years ago - the German Shepherd Dog. Known as the "dog for all reasons", the GSD excels in a number of activities. From sheep herding to tracking criminals to helping the disabled, the versatility of the GSD confirms its reputation as strong, fierce and extremely smart. We visit Ulf Kintzel, a native of Germany, who herds sheep with German Shepherd Dogs. We also observe Schutzhund training. At the training fields of our hosts David and Heidi Landau, we explain the exercises involving obedience, tracking and protection skills, and watch the dogs interact with professional "bad guys" known as agitators. In New Jersey we visit The Seeing Eye facility, where head trainer Peter Lang take us on a training excursion with a German Shepherd that has great potential as a leading eye dog.This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply. Read the rest of this entry »