Looking After Your Dog, Part Three – Dog Crates

Just as you relish having your own room where you can enjoy a moment of solace, your dog likes having its own room, too. Dogs still retain a few of their ancient characteristics, and would love to have some kind of a den a little, cozy place of their own. Some people may have an aversion to dog crates, since they believe that its much of a cage. However, dog crates offer a superlative home for your dog where it can feel safe and secure. Dog crates come in a variety of styles and materials and choosing the best for your dog can often be a bewildering experience. It pays to shop around, since some dog crates are more robust …

Learn To Sing: Tips For Beginners

Have you always wanted to become a singer? Many people dream of singing, but few take the steps required to learn. Here are some quick tips that will teach you how to learn singing, on your own or with assistance: Before You Begin Before you begin, listen to a lot of different songs in many genres. This will help you settle on a style that best suits your voice and personality. Do you want to sing rock music? Opera? Maybe country and western or rhythm and blues suits your style best. Next, start practicing to find your natural vocal range. Sing a note that you can comfortably hit. Then sing progressively higher notes until your sound quality decreases. Go back …

Pet Professional Software Article

How do I, my clients, and employees access the software system? Do I have to enter in all my existing client data? What’s the difference between the prepaid and auto invoicing system? How do I use/setup the merchant system that’s integrated into my system? The remainder of this article will discuss and answer each of the above mentioned questions. For any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us directly at support@tfgbrands.com or call us directly at 312.432.0710 Q: How do I. my clients, and employees access the software system? A: Upon successful completion of your pet pro account setup, you will receive an email giving you the target links for admin, client, and employee access. We suggest that …

Dog training – how to stop possessiveness with food

Dog training-possessiveness with food Though sometimes would like to believe otherwise, food is a dog’s first priority, so the first step to successful training is to establish yourself as the leader, this can be acheived by showing him that he can only have his food at your discretion and command. Give him his dinner, allow him to eat for a few seconds, then take his bowl away from him. Use an appropriate sound each time you do so, such as “leave” or “stop”, and keep the bowl for a few seconds.Provided he didn’t show any aggression as you removed the bowl, tell him how ‘good boy’,give it back and allow him to continue eating. Repeat this two or three times …