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Finding a Furry Friend for Life: How to Choose and Welcome Home Your First Pet

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We all desire meaningful connections with other living things. It’s a big part of what makes us human, and no matter who we are or where we come from, we deserve to find that special connection. It’s no wonder why so many have adopted a new pet into their home. Pets bring us much-needed joy in our daily lives and can teach us how to care for another living being.

Pets teach us compassion and empathy. They can also bring life into perspective. If you’re ready to find friendship with a cat or canine, here are some tips for welcoming a new pet into your home.

  1. Gauge Your Housing Situation

Before you take a trip to the adoption center, take a look around your home. What kind of animal do you picture sharing a space with? There are inherent differences that come with choosing either a cat or dog, but even certain breeds of each animal can provide a completely different experience. Some breeds of dogs grow to be well over 100 pounds. These are the kinds of pets you do not want to be sharing a small apartment with.

Additionally, you need to consider how pet-friendly your home is. Both cats and dogs are not shy to explore everything within reach, so you should consider how you would go about pet-proofing your home. Carpets and potty-related accidents do not mix well, and if you have a yard, you should make sure that the enclosures are all properly secured before letting your animal off leash.

  1. Choose a Breed That Fits Your Needs

Of course, you shouldn’t only choose a pet that fits your living conditions, but also look into what pet will mesh the best with your lifestyle, personality and needs. Some of us come from difficult backgrounds and want a pet that will always be by our side. Most breeds of dog will be the perfect companions to help you through whatever you’re going through in life and will follow you anywhere you go.

  1. Stock Up on the Necessities

Part of preparing your home for your new furry friend involves getting all of the gear you’ll need to make Fluffy or Fido thrive. Once you’ve decided what kind of pet you’ll adopt, you should get all of the essentials before your new companion steps one paw in their new forever home. Start with their food; organic-based chow is increasingly popular with pet parents, since it has fewer byproducts and allergens, and helps ensure a long, healthy life for your pet (Organix and Newman’s Own are popular brands for cats, while Wellness CORE and Merrick are a hit with dog owners). If you’re bringing home a feline, you need to make sure you have a litter box and litter, scratching post, and bed; a dog will need a collar or harness, a leash, and chew toys; and both will need food and water bowls, toys, and treats.

  1. Bringing Them Home for The First Time

The first day can be a trying time for both you and your pet. Your new pet is likely feeling some anxiety that comes with being introduced to a new home and human. You may also be feeling a hint of hesitancy as you wait to see if your new pet adjusts well. The best way to handle the first day is by giving your new pet plenty of space to get comfortable. Giving them space will let them slowly shake their anxieties and warm up to your care and company.

  1. Building a Relationship With Your New Pet

It’s hard to say how quickly you and your new pet will become best buds. The key is to keep an open mind and put yourself in an emotional place to accept your new pet’s love. The more time you spend together, the more experiences you will share and the better you will get to know each other.

Owning a pet requires a lot of personal responsibility. You might come across a few challenges and may even be frustrated from time to time. Caring for a pet can be challenging, but building a special bond with another living creature is a reward all its own and something you will cherish for life.

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Episode #27 – Crate Training To Promote Relaxation – Utah Dog Trainer

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Recently I’ve been thinking about the difference between simply relaxing and actually shutting down your brain. This topic has been on my mind because of a conversation I had with a client about giving their dog some down time. This was especially necessary in this case because the dog was a service animal who has a very difficult working life and really needs down time. But all dogs can benefit from intentional relaxation.

Owners frequently say things like “Of course my dog has a lot of down time—he’s always sleeping in his bed or lying down on the floor to relax!” Of course lots of dogs do those kinds of things, either on their own or on command. Dogs will naturally lie down, take naps, and rest. That’s all well and good, but oftentimes the dog that’s lying down of his own volition isn’t really shutting down. At any given moment he might decide to get up and walk around, or grab a toy, or investigate what’s happening on the other side of the house. So while your dog might look like he’s taking a nap, is he actually shut down to the point where he is totally calm and relaxed?

This concept doesn't just apply to service dogs, but to working and family dogs as well. All dogs can benefit from the ability to fully shut down their minds. This is why I’m a huge fan of crate training, and use it even when I’m at home with my dogs. Let me explain why in a little more detail.

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Top 5 Secrets to Potty Training A Stubborn Dog | Potty Train your Puppy Easily

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Top 5 Secrets to Potty Training A Stubborn Dog | Potty Train your Puppy Easily

If you don’t want your entire house smelling like a porta potty, potty training your dog should be at the top of your To Do list.

But, what if your adorable puppy is also stubborn and refuses to take it outside?

This video will show you some tips that will help your dog to potty outdoors, instead of on your newly polished wood floors or soiling your carpet.

In this videos im gonna reveal 5 best step by step to potty train your poppy dog and get rid of this bad behavior.

Step 1.

Start over with your dog. Pretend he's a puppy. When you leave the house and can't watch the dog, first have him go to the bathroom outside, then bring him in and put him in the crate, or keep him fenced off with a baby gate in a small area of one room. The smaller the area, the better the chance your dog will keep it perfectly clean.

Don't leave for more than a few hours. When you get home, immediately let him go outside again to go to the bathroom. Continue this method every time you go out so the dog is never left free to make a mess unattended.

Step 2.

When you're home with the dog, make sure he's in the same room as you. If he gets up and wanders off, let him go outside to the bathroom. Installing a doggie door can make this process insanely easy. Your dog will go outside automatically.

Never let the dog wander off into the house without you there. Always let the dog outside as soon as he gets up and leaves the room. This will train him that the place to go to the bathroom is outside.

Step 3.

At night, keep the dog blocked off in the bedroom with you. He will learn to lay down and stay in the room without eliminating.

If he has a real problem, crate him or block him into a small space to lay down. Gradually increase the size of the space you allow him as he keeps it clean.

Step 4.

In the mornings, let the dog out immediately when you get up, going directly to the door. You will be training him that going outside is his only choice.

Step 5.

Go outside and praise him when he goes where he's supposed to go.

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Crate training puppy to sleep in the crate instead of crying, barking and whining non-stop in the dog crate at night.

In this series of videos I share my journey training my new 10 weeks old cane corso puppy from the very first night (Day 1) to day 15 when he was fully crate trained to sleep at night time.

Puppy whining in the crate can be very hard to bare and it can also make new owner's life miserable. I hope this series of video can give viewers confidence in training their puppy positively without using force but with attention and companionship in getting the new puppy use to its new safe bed in the crate.

Many years ago I have had dogs when I was younger without using a crate. It was great. It was suited for my lifestyle at the time. Now having large, active, powerful and can be dominant breeds living inside the house with elderly, toddler, children and my work I have decided to use crate and t is one of the best tools to keep the puppy, family members and house assets safe. Crate is great for sleeping and short time resting during the day. It is not a cage to keep your dog in for a long period of time. Dogs do need a lot of companionship and play time, these will help with crate training in the evenings too

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Dogs marking the home? Punishment not working? You might be making it worse. The Bow Tie Vet Guy show you how to eliminate the problem and create structure for your pet without punishment.

*Please keep in mind that a behavioral problem like this may be as a result of:
– Not walking your dog often enough. How well do you hold it over lengthy periods of time?
– Medical condition. Make sure to see your vet if these steps don't improve the marking.
– Nervousness. Creating structure in your dogs life will help to make them more confident. If this isn't enough check out products that help to ease pets like plug in pheromones. Worst case scenario see your vet for a prescription, yes, pets sometimes need Zantex.

If these tips don't work for you, please leave a comment below. This video is meant to fix behavior problem for dogs and puppies. "Sit to Say Please" is a veterinarian training method.

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