The Three Dog Blog (read it or get licked)!
on Tuesday November 29th, 2011 at 10:00 PM
Here at the Dog Blog today we have some nice tips from Dan. Enjoy this guest post folks!
The decision to welcome a dog into your family is a long-term commitment that can be both highly rewarding and demanding. First-time dog owners should follow these basic five tips to help train their new pet and lay the foundation for a long, happy relationship with their four-legged friend.
1) Be Consistent
Before you even bring your new pooch home, think about what kinds of rules you will have for your...
on Friday November 11th, 2011 at 10:20 PM
I have written a number of posts here about shy Dog training and how our Daisy Dog was a total mess when we first got here from the Dog pound over 4 years ago now.
It has been a very long struggle to get her to come out of her shell and the fact is that now you would not recognize her and her behaviour from what it once once.
When we first brought Daisy home she was lifted out of the car a quivering wreck and then ran into the woods and hid. It took a lot of coaxing to get her in to the house.
on Wednesday April 20th, 2011 at 01:59 PM
Many of you will be aware that I am a big proponent of feeding Dogs raw meaty bones. Today we have a guest post from Ben on the subject of feeding Dogs meat and bones. I am not saying I agree with all he says, but it will be interesting to hear what you think about this subject.
Many people and wonderful dog owners question everyday whether it is okay to feed your dog meat or not. So we are going to address this little issue head on and let you know what is good, what is bad and what your dog...
on Wednesday April 6th, 2011 at 02:34 AM
We normally give our Dogs Nuheart now once a month to ensure that they stay free of heartworms. We dont need to use Heartgard Plus as intestinal worms are not really an issue. But the other month I made a mistake and bought a similar sounding product but I really wish that I hadnt.
Nuheart is one of the only heartworm tablets that is soluble. If you buy Nuheart then you will find that the monthly dose to prevent heartworms is simplicity itself. No trying to tempt the Dogs with a treat with a...
on Thursday October 21st, 2010 at 06:05 AM
I must admit, I used to be on Twitter quite a lot but simply never find the time now. But for those of you who are still avid Twitter users, dont you want to know how the little pooch is doing all day? Well, welcome to the Puppy Tweets Twitter Tag!
Thats right, simply put the new Mattel Puppy Tweets Dog collar on and you can get Tweets throughout the day from your stay at home Dog while you are out. If you want cool messages from the Dog that are based around what it is doing then this is the...
on Tuesday July 20th, 2010 at 01:33 AM
Here at the Dog Blog today we have a guest post to help when choosing a Puppy Class. Full of useful information it should be a great help for anyone looking to pick the best Puppy class.
The most important thing to consider when selecting a puppy obedience class is not cost or location.it is the instructor. A bad instructor can ruin the class and possibly your puppy. A good instructor can open a whole new world of communication between you and your puppy and set you on a fun and exciting path...
on Thursday July 1st, 2010 at 02:48 AM
Faye was a little naughty this morning. As a trip was being planned for the day by Mrs. Three Dog Blogger I had the task of catching the escapee and putting her back near the house. She wanted to tag along on any outing and really did not want to be left behind. This reminded me of just how much exercise Dogs need to control bad behavior.
I am not saying that Faye would then be a good girl all the time but it would certainly go some way to stopping her from misbehaving as much as she is prone...
on Sunday June 27th, 2010 at 05:12 AM
Today we have a guest post from Reed. To be honest I never knew microfiber Dog towels existed, but they do sound interesting. Read on to see why they may be useful and for information on what exactly they are:
If youre searching for a microfiber dog towel chances are youre either looking to buy microfiber dog towels or youre looking for a little bit more information about them to see if theyre right for you and your pooch. If you fall in to the second category, invariably the first question on...
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