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A paragraph from the text Dogs who are to be trained for police and hard surface tracking can start their tracking experience on hard surface rather than grass. A VST trained dog that started its training on hard surfaces will show vast difference in tracking ability, confidence, and obedience to the track over a dog that started its training experience on vegetation. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a DRM free ebookHave you been thinking that you would like to start a home business, but could never find one that you were sure was not a scam? Many home businesses depend on you to sell good and you end up with half your garage filled with products that no one wants.Or else they work on you getting other people to join up so that you get paid a percentage of their profits. But what if they don’t make any profits? And worse still, what if no one will join? You have to be a persuasive talker to do anything like that successfully. Worst case scenario; someone joins you up and you have to give them some of your hard-earned profits.But there is one home business that you could start up that need not cost much to start, nor does it depend on others joining up. This is a little niche business that could see you raking in quite a bit of profit – profit that is all yours. What’s that, you ask? A dog grooming business.Our guide, How to Start a Dog Grooming Business will run you through the basics. But wait!First things first!Why would you want to start a dog grooming business? Good question - and there are several answers to it.Firstly statistics show that dogs are mankind’s best friend, so there are plenty of dogs around that need grooming.Secondly, many people who own dogs also work full-time. This is important for two reasons: - They have disposable income. They are short of spare time.That means they will be very likely to want someone to shampoo and groom their doggy friend and will be happy to pay for it.Thirdly, many other people who have pampered pooches don’t really want the job of bathing their pet because let’s face it; shampooing a dog can be a messy business.This is good news for you because they will be happy to pass over their darling doggie to you when bath time comes around. And when you are set up to shampoo dogs it can be done with a minimum of fuss and bother.Fourthly, while there are millions of people with doggy friends, there are only a few professional dog groomers out there. This means that you will get a major share of the market.Having a dog- grooming business is not that hard. It doesn’t even take a whole lot of capital to start up.Anyone can do it! But the truth is that not many people have perceived that such a need exists.But now you know why starting up a dog grooming business is such a great idea you’ll need a little more information on the subject. Our guide on How to Start a Dog Grooming Business is just the place to find it. This eBook is divided into separate topics that run the gambit from what you need to start up, how to get those customers, how to advertise cheaply and how to value add with your business. Take a peek:1. Why Get Into the Dog Grooming Business2. Making it Portable3. The Non Portable Dog Grooming Business4. Start with No Debts5. Advertising Need Not Cost a Bomb6. Getting More Customers7. Best Ways to Accept Payments8. Keeping in Contact with Clients9. The Importance of Value-Adding10. Extra Dog Products to Sell11. Correct Way to Shampoo that Pooch12. Should Dogs be Bathed Weekly13. Best Way to Handle Larger Dogs14. How Smaller Dogs Should be Handled15. Main Diseases of DogsOnce you’ve made the leap into a small business like this you may find that soon you’ll want to expand. There are a ton of ideas designed to improve your business.Get the answers you need to start up your new business. How to Start a Dog Grooming Business removes the obstacles and helps you gain confidence in your growing business skills.How to Start a Dog Grooming Business gives you the facts in easy to read instructions. It is written so that anyone can understand the strategies and put them to work! Read the rest of this entry »
For every right way to housebreak your pug puppy (or even adult pugs) there are probably 100 wrong ways. In this book you will easily learn the most effective methods that get the best and quickest results. And along the way you will learn some basics about obedience training as well.There is nothing worse than having your home smell like dog pee when guests come to visit - even if you have gotten used to the odor. With the proper training techniques that you will learn in this book you will never have to worry about this embarassing situation. Read the rest of this entry »
For every right way to housebreak your puppy (or even adult dogs) there are probably 100 wrong ways. In this book you will easily learn the most effective methods that get the best and quickest results. And along the way you will learn some basics about obedience training as well. There is nothing worse than having your home smell like dog pee when guests come to visit - even if you have gotten used to the odor. With the proper training techniques you will learn in this book you will never have to worry about this embarassing situation. Read the rest of this entry »
The Boston Terrier breed originated around 1870, when Robert C. Hooper of Boston purchased a dog known as Hooper's Judge, who was of a Bull and Terrier type lineage. Judge's specific lineage is unknown, however, Hooper's Judge is either directly related to the original Bull and Terrier breeds of the 1700s and early 1800s, or Judge is the result of modern English Bulldog's being crossed into terriers created in the 1860s for show purposes, like the White English Terrier. In 1910 Edward Axtell wrote The Boston Terrier and All About it: A Practical, Scientific, and Up to Date Guide to the Breeding of the American Dog, which later became an essential reference to any Boston Terrier owner for its accurate and detailed information. Read the rest of this entry »
The number one, most basic dog training command is sit and come. Teaching your American Pit Bull Terrier these two commands is extremely important for him to learn. Both of these basic obedience training commands are used for many different reasons such as in competition or dog show and keeping him behaved when you have company. When walking your Pit Bull off leash, you expect him to come to you when called, not run around the park with you chasing after him shouting at him to “come back here!”. When I see this (and I do all the time), it just makes me laugh. Teaching your Pit Bull Terrier how to come isn't difficult, it simply requires repetition. All dogs learn by repeating the desired activity over and over again. The easiest way to get your Pit bull to come is to hold a toy in one hand and a treat in the other. When you are in the yard simply walk away from him, holding out the toy and excitingly calling him to you. When your well-behaved Pit Bull comes to you, give him the treat! Make sure to be consistent and always use the exact same training commands that you are go-ing to use in the future. Repeating this several times a day is an excellent way to teach him, but remem-ber to use lots of long breaks between training sessions so he doesn’t get bored and don’t forget to re-ward him with those doggie treats. Getting your Pit to sit could prove to be slightly harder but again, is still only basic dog training that any-one can do. Once you have mastered the come command, call your Pit over to you, place your hand on the end of his back and roll right over his rump and into the back of his legs, giving the "sit" command while gently pushing his legs forward. When he sits properly, give your Pitbull a treat and lots of praise. If you would like him to sit for a longer period of time, simply delay the treat and praise, tell him to "stay", and take your time bending down to him to deliver the treat. Read the rest of this entry »
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