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Raleigh NC – Pair of Black Cane Corso Dogs For Private Adoption

All About Cane Corsos

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Cane Corso Dog Breed Facts

 

Cane Corsos

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Cane Corso History

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Cane Corsos For Adoption

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Golden Retriever Dog Breed Info

Golden Retriever Dog Breed Information

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Golden Retriever Facts

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Golden Retriever Care

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Golden Retriever History

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Golden Retriever Health Issues

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Golden Retriever Personality and Character

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Golden Retriever Training

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Golden Retriever  Feeding and Nutrition

Golden Retriever Grooming

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Golden Retriever Appearance

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House Training Puppies

Puppy needs to be housebound after soiling the carpet

House Training (Housebreaking) Puppies 101

Contrary to popular belief, swatting your puppy on the behind with a newspaper when he or she does his business where he’s not supposed to is not the answer to housebreaking your new puppy!

What is, you ask, the secret to house training puppies?

The three P’s – Prevention, Praise and Perseverance!

Puppy House Training Rule 1 – Prevention

Just like a brand new human baby needs diapers for the first few years of it’s life, puppies need a place to pee and poop until their little puppy bladders can hold it like an adult dog.

Puppies have poor bladder and bowel control – having to pee every few hours, and poop several times a day. Keeping your puppy in an area with quick access to newspapers, a puppy litter box, puppy pee pads or the back yard is essential in the first few months of your house training regimen.

Accidents are inevitable, so don’t let puppy romp unsupervised in areas where cleanup is difficult. Play with puppy where there is no carpeting or furniture that can be soiled – areas where flooring is linoleum, tile or well-sealed hardwood are best. NEVER give puppy free reign of the house – even when supervised.

Watch carefully for signs of impending peeing or pooping such as sniffing the floor, moving in circles, or sudden disappearing acts. If you catch puppy in the act – DO NOT SCOLD! – simply move puppy outdoors or to his designated “bathroom area” – then clean up the soiled area, using an enzymatic cleaner specially created for pet odor cleanup.

You must completely eliminate the odor – or puppy may smell it later and think it’s a good place to go again. If puppy finished doing his business where he is supposed to, praise him lavishly! You can also offer him a tiny tidbit of his regular kibble food as a reward.

Always feed your puppy a high-quality puppy food, and stick to the same food at all times. Feed your puppy on a regular schedule, and avoid giving puppy table scraps or other such tidbits and treats intended for humans. Don’t switch between brands of food – puppy’s tummy is sensitive and delicate. Human food or sudden changes in diet will likely give puppy diarrhea, which will make your house training attempts very difficult.

After puppy eats, take him outdoors to the area where you want him to eliminate. Come up with a command that you will use when you want him to do his business. Whether it’s “hurry up”, “Let’s do it”, “Do your business”, or whatever you choose, be consistent and use the same command every time. If possible, remain there until puppy completely eliminates, then follow with lots of praise and a small treat of his regular puppy kibble.

If you haven’t already done so, your new puppy should be taken to your veterinarian for a well-puppy check up. This will ensure that your puppy is in good health and is free from conditions that might hinder your housebreaking efforts, such as a bladder infection, parasites, fleas, etc.

Your veterinarian will likely want to vaccinate and de-worm your puppy (unless your breeder has already done so) and put him on a regular schedule of vaccinations, de-worming, flea protection and heartworm preventive medications.

You should spend as much time with your puppy as you possibly can, but when you can’t directly supervise your puppy, you should confine your puppy to a comfortable crate or small pen.

You should also place puppy there at night when the family is asleep. Your puppy’s crate or pen should be his oasis – NEVER use a crate or pen as punishment. DO NOT confine puppy for excessive lengths of time. Puppies thrive on human companionship and can suffer greatly from separation anxiety, which can occur when you leave him alone too long or too often.

In addition to being cruel, long periods of isolation can cause your puppy to misbehave by chewing, digging, barking excessively, hyperactivity and even harming himself. The puppy’s crate should be used for dog naps, overnight and for short periods of time when you must leave the house.

If you have to be away all day, you can hire a caring pet sitter to drop in on your puppy to provide a break for play, companionship, elimination and exercise. Better yet, consider putting puppy in a Dog Daycare during the day where puppy can play with other dogs and people. Many Dog Daycares and Pet Sitters will assist in the early training process for your puppy – be sure to ask!

Give puppy plenty of outdoor exercise! It’s good for both you – and puppy – and gives your puppy lots of opportunity to pee and poop outdoors, where you want the activity to eventually be limited to. Weather permitting, your puppy should be taken for a short walk or to play in your securely fenced back yard at least twice a day for 20 minutes or more. Family members can take turns exercising your puppy, or you can all participate at once.

Helpful Puppy Potty Training Products Available Online From Dogs Central’s Dog Supplies Store:

* Puppy Housebreaking Aids
* Puppy Pee Pads
* Puppy Housebreaking Books
* Wellness Dry Puppy Food
* Puppy Crates & Pens
* Puppy house training Books

Puppy Housebreaking Rule 2 – Praise

Your puppy loves you and wants to make you happy. You are his world! Lavish him with praise when he does good, and you’ll soon have a do-gooder puppy! When it comes to house training your puppy, a little praise can go a long way. Whenever puppy eliminates in the right place, make sure he knows that you are very proud of him. Say “Good Dog”, “Way to Go”, “Woo Hoo”, “Yippee” or whatever you feel comfortable with – and do it with feeling! Give puppy a tiny treat of his regular dog kibble at the same time, and be sure to reward him IMMEDIATELY after he does his business. Don’t worry what the neighbors will think of you jumping up and down and whooping like a goofball – THEY don’t have to shampoo your carpets! This goes for any behavior you want your puppy to repeat. Praise and a small treat are a great way to positively reinforce your puppy’s behavior.

Puppy House Training (Housebreaking) Rule #3 – Perseverance

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and your puppy won’t be house trained in a week. Give it time and be consistent. Make sure all members of the family have been trained in the art of puppy housebreaking, and make sure everyone follows the plan to avoid confusing your puppy.

In the event that you are unable to successfully house train your puppy, despite your best efforts, please consider consulting a professional dog trainer or dog behavior specialist. They can help you determine where your efforts are going wrong, or suggest and help you implement other more intensive methods for housebreaking your puppy.

Remember the commitment you made to your puppy when you invited him to become a part of your family. You wouldn’t give away a baby or child for peeing on the carpet, so why should your “baby” be any different? Puppies and even older dogs CAN be housetrained! It just takes time, effort and consistency from every member of the family.

Remember the Three P’s:

If you follow these tips and give it enough time, you’ll have a house trained puppy that will provide your family with many years of love, joy, laughter and companionship!

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Jack Russell Terriers

Jack Russell Terriers

Learn all about the popular small terrier dog breed known as the Jack Russell Terrier. Find a wealth of information about the breed, including the appearance, size, color, personality, exercise, care and grooming needs.

Decide if the Jack Russell Terrier is the right breed of dog for you, and find reputable local dog breeders offering JRT pupoies for sale. We also showcase Jack Russell Terrier dogs and puppies for adoption by owner, as well as rescue organizations and clubs.

All About Rat Terrier Dogs and Puppies

The Rat Terrier is a dog of early immigrants who made their way into America. Designed as a capable farm or ranch dog, his purpose was to protect the property from the rats and other vermin that plagued the farms during those days and this was a job which he performed wholeheartedly. For a time, the Rat Terrier declined in numbers but recent years has seen a resurgence of the breed, this time as a capable and affectionate little companion animal.

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Jack Russell Terrier Puppies For Sale in Honey Grove, TX

Jack Russell Terrier Puppy from Duke's Legacy JRT in Honey Grove TX

Contact:
Debbie Schoenig
Honey Grove, TX
Ph: (214) 679-5474
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://dukeslegacy.com
Shipping Available, Weather Permitting

Duke’s Legacy Jack Russell Terriers offers healthy, well-socialized JRT puppies for sale throughout Texas. Members of the JRTCA.

Adorable Jack Russell Terrier puppies NOW AVAILABLE!

We have some real cuties available right now.

Please call Debbie at  (214) 679-5474 to reserve your special Jack Russell Terrier  puppy today.


About Duke’s Legacy Jack Russell Terriers

Duke’s Legacy is a conscientious Texas Jack Russell Terrier breeder offering healthy, home-raised Jack Russell Terrier puppies to loving, responsible families.

Our Terriers work and play at our 320 acre cattle ranch in Honey Grove, Texas, within driving distance of Dallas Fort Worth, Houston, Tulsa and other major centers.

Health, Socialization and Longevity

Our puppies come from healthy parents, and are vet checked, vaccinated and come with a health guarantee, details of which can be provided upon request.

Puppies are lovingly handled from birth, and are very well-socialized by our 6 grandchildren and various farm critters.

Selecting Our JRT Puppy Buyers

In placing our Jack Russell Terrier puppies, we look for families that have carefully researched the Jack Russell Terrier breed and are ready, willing and able to take on the rigors of JRT ownership.

We welcome visitors by appointment to our central Texas cattle ranch. For more information on our JRT puppies, please feel free to call or email us.

Shih-Tzu For Adoption in Arcadia, CA

Shih Tzu For Adoption By Owner in Arcadia, CA

by Deborah Moore

Arcadia, CA – 11/20/2019

Brownie the Shih Tzu needs a new home. He is located in Arcadia, California. Learn all about this adorable small dog and offer to adopt him today.


Meet Brownie the Shih Tzu

Brownie’s owners had always hoped they could provide a loving, forever home for their precious Dog – but life’s circumstances had other plans for them.

“very busy at work, most of the time will not be home. I love him very much I raised him ever since when he was only 3 weeks old. However he needs a loving family who have lots of free time to takes care of him.”

Brownie is a 4 and half year old Male Shitzu Dog.

Particulars about Brownie include:

Color: brown and white
Size: 11-12 pounds
Vaccinated: Yes
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Good With Cats: Unknown
Good With Dogs: Yes
Health Issues: Yes

When asked to describe Brownie’s personality, JIA JIA stated; “Brownie is a very mellow dog. He is very shy and quiet, but once he gets to know a person more familiar, he will become really active and playful. He is actually very smart, but likes to play dumb all the time…”.

When asked to share a heartwarming memory of life with Brownie , JIA JIA stated: “There was once, when I’m ready to head out of my house. He kinda knew that I was gonna head out and he just seat there waiting and look at me with his big round eyes. By the time when I lock the door and I saw him sit in font of glass door, go in in front of window curtain like he doesn’t want me to leave.awwwww…. and he always lay on my knee while I’m driving trying to gets a lot of attention, I know thats very dangerous, but cute. =)”.

Brownie’s owner, JIA JIA, is heartbroken to have to make this very difficult decision, but is hopeful that a great new home can be found where all of Brownie’s needs will be met.

Brownie’s perfect new home would offer; “Shitzu it’s a breed that needs a lot of attention. I am looking for someone who can spend lots of time with him from daily bases or able to bring him out to play during the weekends. And Prefer Senior family, needs to have a lot of patient with him, because he need party train.”. Brownie is very fond of Any type of fluffy toys he will love it, his not picky at all.

he likes all the treats, doesn’t matter which brand. but he doesn’t like sweet..

How to Adopt Brownie the Shih Tzu in Arcadia, CA

To adopt Brownie, the first step is to submit a meeting request. Brownies owner will then call you to answer any questions, and arrange for you to meet this delightful small breed dog.

Brownie will be rehomed with supplies. There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee.

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Spokane WA – Labrador Retriever Border Collie Mix Dog For Adoption

Meet Trip, Lab Border Collie mix Dog For Adoption in Spokane Washington

Trip is a Male Labrador Retriever Border Collie mix dog for adoption to a very loving home in or near Spokane, Washington. This very special Lab mix is 3 years old years old and weighs 70 pounds.

Trip is in good health. He is neutered and up to date on shots. He is special needs, having had to have one of his legs amputated when he was in a shelter. This doesn’t really hold him back, but he does need a home where the floor surfaces are mostly carpeted.

Trip is very sweet, playful and devoted. He loves to play fetch and tug-o-war (having 3 legs doesn’t hold him back a bit!). He is also a great cuddler and good with children. He is not a fan of noise and commotion, however, and will do best in a quiet home with a solid routine.

Trip is being placed for adoption by owner for the following reason:

Our home is too much for Trip. He needs somewhere that’s focused on him and his needs. He also needs a carpeted home to build his confidence on his remaining legs and someone to walk him every night.

My husband also doesn’t allow him on the furniture and I know he’d love to be able to snuggle on the couch with someone. We’re just too loud and hectic and it makes his anxiety flare up. I’d love to be the right home for him but we aren’t.

Request to Adopt Trip Here

There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.

Questions about Trip? Contact our Spokane Dog rehoming team today. Text “Trip” to (888) 833-2128 or email [email protected] We look forward to hearing from you.


All About Trip – Border Collie Black Labrador Retriever mix Dog For Adoption in Spokane Washington

Name of Pet: Trip
Location: Spokane, Washington, 99208
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed of Pet: Labrador Retriever Border Collie mix
Sex of Pet: Male
Age of Pet: 3 years old
Spayed/Neutered?: Yes
Health Problems: No
Behavior Issues: Yes Trip has high-anxiety due to having a leg amputated when he was a puppy while still in the animal shelter. He isn’t destructive but he is vocal when meeting new people and is constantly moving.
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Unknown
Gets along with dogs: Yes
Good with Children?: Yes
House Broken or Litter Trained?: Yes
Crate Trained?: Yes
Accessories Included: Dog bed, leashes, collars, food and water bowls, treats, toys if he has any at that time he hasn’t already destroyed.

Trip’s Personality

He’s loving. He’s incredibly sweet. He’s always up for a walk or exercise. He’s a great guard dog in how vocal he is (though if you actually had someone enter your house he’d be hiding behind you since he’d never hurt a flea.) he’s always up for loves and cuddles.

Trip’s Current Home Environment

It’s hectic. My husband and I work full time and I have two kids under 5. We do our best to give him exercise but we don’t always succeed. He also has a difficult time getting around on anything but carpet due to his missing leg so anywhere with tile has a rug on it in our house.

Trip’s Current Family:

I have two kids under five and my husband and I have been together for 6 years. We are active and noisy most days which is stressful for Trip.

Trip’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?

Any ball that he can play fetch with. Anything someone will play tug-of-war with.

Cute Trip Story:

Anytime I leave the room and the baby is on the play mat, Trip will walk over and lay down next to her until I come back in the room. Even if I’m still within eyesight.

Why is Trip Being Rehomed?

Our home is too much for Trip. He needs somewhere that’s focused on him and his needs. He also needs a carpeted home to build his confidence on his remaining legs and someone to walk him every night. My husband also doesn’t allow him on the furniture and I know he’d love to be able to snuggle on the couch with someone. We’re just too loud and hectic and it makes his anxiety flare up. I’d love to be the right home for him but we aren’t.

Trip’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:

Someone retired or who works from home. Carpeted house without stairs since he can go up them but not down them. Someone with time to spend with him and exercise him daily. Someone who understands his anxiety gets the better of him many days but that his still a good, sweet boy that just wants to be loved.

Additional Comments:

He has to go to the right home. Please be aware of his needs.

How To Adopt Trip

If you are interested in adopting this special Labrador mix Dog For private rehoming in Spokane Washington, please fill out our online meeting request below. Once received and reviewed, our staff will ask the pets owner to reach out to you and arrange a meeting.

Questions about Trip? Contact our Labrador mix Dog rehoming team today. Text “Trip” to (888) 833-2128 or email [email protected] We look forward to hearing from you.

Trip – Lab mix Dog For Rehoming in Spokane Washington

Trip is a Labrador Retriever mix Dog for private adoption by owner in Spokane Washington. This pet is located close to the following towns and cities in WashingtonIdaho and British Columbia:

Opportunity WA
Cheney WA
Post Falls ID
Rathdrum ID
Hayden ID
Sandpoint ID
Pullman WA
Moscow ID
Lewiston ID
Moses Lake WA
Rossland BC
Trail BC
Fruitvale BC
Salmo BC
Grand Forks BC

Adopt this sweet Labrador mix Dog in Spokane Washington today.

Callaway FL – Chocolate Labrador Retriever German Shepherd Mix Dog For Adoption

Meet Roxie, German Shepherd Mix Dog For Adoption in Callaway Florida

Roxie is a Female Chocolate Labrador Retriever German Shepherd mix Dog for adoption to a very loving home in or near Callaway, Florida. This very special Dog is 3 years old and weighs 35 pounds pounds.

Roxie is a very affectionate and intelligent dog. She loves spending time with her people, and is very trainable and wants to please. Roxie is looking for a home where she will be cherished and kept safe, happy and healthy. She needs to be in a home where she is the only dog, since other dogs cause her anxiety.

Roxie’s owners are sad to have to find her a loving new home. Unfortunately their back yard and fence were in the path of Hurricane Michael. They have four other dogs, and cannot accommodate Roxie due to her anxiety and fear of other dogs. They feel she will do better in a home where she can be a only dog, and with people who have lots of time for her.

If you have room in your heart and home for this very special German Shepherd Lab mix dog, please offer Roxie a loving home today.

 Request to Adopt Roxie Here

There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.

Questions about Roxie? Contact our Callaway Dog rehoming team today. Text “Roxie” to (888) 833-2128 or email [email protected] We look forward to hearing from you.


All About Roxie – Chocolate Labrador Retriever German Shepherd mix Dog For Adoption in Callaway Florida

Name of Pet: Roxie
Location: Callaway, Florida, 32404
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed of Pet: Labrador Retriever German Shepherd
Sex of Pet: Female
Age of Pet: 3
Spayed/Neutered?: Yes
Health Problems: No
Behavior Issues: Roxie has fear and anxiety around dogs. She needs a home where she is the only dog.
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Unknown
Gets along with dogs: No
Good with Children?: Yes
House Broken or Litter Trained?: Yes
Crate Trained?: No
Accessories Included: Toys, collar, harness and leash.

Roxie’s Personality

1. She is spunky and energetic.
2. She is loving and affectionate.
3. She is intelligent and follows directions if worked with.
4. She is happy and smiles a lot.
5. She is adventurous and curious about her surroundings.

Roxie’s Current Home Environment

Our home environment does not accommodate Roxie, as we have 4 other dogs. Unfortunately, Roxie is unable to live with other dogs. As a result, she does spend more time alone than we would like. We are trying to provide her with as much interaction as we possibly can until we can find her a new and more suitable home.

Roxie’s Current Family:

We love animals; however, we both work full-time, which does not allow for us to give the proper amount of attention that Roxie needs. We had plans of keeping her until Hurricane Michael destroyed our house and fence, so it unfortunately became quite unmanageable to keep her.

Roxie’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?

Balls, ropes, squeaky toys and chew toys. She loves to go for walks and car rides.

Why is Roxie Being Rehomed?

Hurricane Michael destroyed our house and fence leaving us unable to have proper facilities for her. Also, she can be aggressive towards other dogs due to anxiety.

Roxie’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:

We would love to see Roxie in a home where she is loved and can come inside as well as spend time outside. Having a yard with a fence would be a big plus. She would need to be in a home with no other dogs, so that she would feel safe and less anxious. It would be a major plus if she could be taken on outings where she could explore.

Additional Comments:

I would feel much better if I could have updates on Roxie (at least for awhile until I know she has settled in and adjusted). If for whatever reason her new home did not work out, I would be willing to take her back and start a new search for the proper home for her.

How To Adopt Roxie

If you are interested in adopting this special Chocolate Labrador Retriever German Shepherd mix Dog For private rehoming in Callaway Florida, please fill out our online meeting request below. Once received and reviewed, our staff will ask the pets owner to reach out to you and arrange a meeting.

Request to Adopt Roxie Here

There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee. Supplies and veterinary records will be included.

Questions about Roxie? Contact our Lab/Shepard mix rehoming team today. Text “Roxie” to (888) 833-2128 or email [email protected] We look forward to hearing from you.

Roxie – Chocolate Labrador Retriever German Shepherd Mix Dog For Rehoming in Callaway Florida

Roxie is a Lab/Shepard Dog for private adoption by owner in Callaway Florida. This pet is located close to the following towns and cities in Florida:

Springfield FL
Panama City FL
Lynn Haven FL
Destin FL
Niceville FL
Fort Walton Beach FL
Wright FL
Crestview FL
Dothan AL
Bainbridge GA
Tallahassee FL
Enterprise AL
Ozark AL
Cairo GA
Pensacola FL

Adopt this sweet Chocolate Labrador Retriever German Shepherd mix Dog in Callaway Florida today.

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