Read This First! Before Adopting A Protection Dog?

Mackie writes: My good friend who is a dog trainer offered me his 5-year-old Belgian Malinois for adoption. He is trained as a protection dog so he can guard his master, bite on command, release the bite on command, stay until released and others. He has a trophy as the third placer in Level 1 protection in a protection dog competition. I have two dogs at present: A one-year-old and a nine-month-old Labrador… both are females, obedience trained and not neutered. I would like to adopt him and I know I can take care of him. Will he accept me after being my friend’s favorite dog for 5 years? My friend assured me that he can transfer the loyalty of the dog to me. He …

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How to Choose a Dog For Your Family

How to Choose a Dog Breed   There comes a time for a lot of family members to add a four-legged buddy to the home. This choice is not one to be ignored. Choosing the right breed of pet dog can be the difference between total joy and also absolute horror in your home.  We have laid out the steps that we go through prior to bringing a pet dog into a residence as well as suggestions and steps to our friends and family members. A great subject to talk about first is just how much hair you agree to tolerate. You are most likely to have to handle your pet‘s hair in some style. He will either shed or require grooming. It’s a time …

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3 Rules For Choosing a New Dog Or Puppy

  Choosing a Dog Things To Consider.   When the moment arrives for selecting a dog of your own, you should have a good idea of what you are looking for. If you are primarily concerned with finding an average dog, we highly recommend your local animal shelter. Not only will you be helping to relieve the local over population of animals as well as possibly rescuing a loving little dog, you just might meet the best friend you will ever have. Rule#1: Choosing an Adult Dog. When choosing an adult dog is different. He has already achieved his full physical development and personality. He may also have acquired physical or mental quirks. When choosing an adult dog of unknown past, you must use all …

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