Train Your Puppy and Learn to Take Care of Your Dog
Learn to train your Dog and learn to take care of Your Dog
Created by Fatima Khan - Instructor of Science & Arts
Students: 14, Price: $89.99
Students: 14, Price: Paid
Welcome to the course on ''Train Your Puppy and Learn to Take Care of Your Dog''
Are you thinking of adding a new dog to your life? Would you like your current dog to be better behaved? Would you like to train your dog to serve your needs instead being trained to serve its needs? Attending dog classes led by a professional trainer is the best approach, but not everyone can afford classes. These tips are a good start to training your canine companion. There are many philosophies and approaches to dog training, so do your research and learn what works for you and your dog. Regardless on which approach to training your dog you take, building a good relationship with your dog is essential to being able to train effectively. House training a puppy or adult dog may seem daunting, but almost any dog can be trained to wait at the door and relieve himself outside, instead of going in the house. Create a schedule for feeding your dog and taking him outside. Then, reward your dog with treats and praise when he relieves himself in the designated outdoor spot. When he makes a mess in the house, just clean it up and stick to the routine, since punishing a dog will simply make him afraid of you. Patience and a good sense of humor are all you really need to help your dog adapt to life as a pet.
Before bringing a dog into your family it is important to know how to take care of it. You need to provide for its needs, both physical and emotional. This means providing nutritious food, clean drinking water, shelter, and the opportunity to live in a safe home. It also means ensuring that the dog is happy by providing ample play time, plenty of exercise, and stimulation for its mind. Caring for a dog is a big responsibility, and dog ownership is not something to enter into lightly, however this work will help you to successfully build a bond of love and trust with an important new member of your family. Are you considering bringing a dog into your home? Dogs are loyal and loving friends and usually give us back way more than we give them however, they do require a lot of care to stay healthy and happy. If you are planning on bringing a dog into your home, there are many things to consider to ensure a long and healthy friendship.
Course covers Important ways to train your Puppy and simple ways to take care of Your Dog.
So we will cover
Train your Puppy
Apply general training Principles
Teach different commands
Teach your dog Positive behavior
Take care of a Dog
Exercise, Socialize and Play with your Dog
Know the Difference
Learn the difference between service dogs, emotional support animals, and therapy dogs.
Created by Megan Moore - Professional Dog Trainer
Students: 13, Price: $19.99
Students: 13, Price: Paid
This course is great for businesses and individuals in the United States who would like a better understanding of the rights, rules, and responsibilities associated with service dogs, emotional support animals, and therapy dogs. There is a lot of confusion around the differences between these three different designations and the laws and rights related to each. This course should help businesses better understand their role and abilities related to dogs and public access, as well as help individuals who would like an animal to help them in their lives to better understand the different options and what would best suit their lives.
Master Dog Care
How to prepare your dog for vet, Dog insurance, How to communicate with your dog, How to take care of your aging dog etc
Created by Eric Yeboah - MBA/Chief Executive Officer
Students: 4, Price: $89.99
Students: 4, Price: Paid
Owning a dog is great fun and immensely rewarding. But, dogs have complex needs and each dog is unique. There is no one 'perfect' way to care for all dogs, but expert advice will help you ensure your dog is healthy and happy. Understanding dog needs is very important for keeping your dog healthy and safe and ensure they live up to expectation. There are approximately eight and half million dogs kept as pet in the UK. But, did you know that 8 out of 10 dogs suffer from separation anxiety when left alone? if not, you're not alone as it's estimated that half of owners don't realize. Looking at the world from a dogs point of view can help you understand your pet better.
Dogs have highly developed senses: dogs have an incredible well-developed sense of smell, far superior to humans, at certain frequencies, dogs can detect sounds to four times quieter than humans can hear, dogs can also hear ultrasound, which is sound with greater than the upper limit of human being, dogs can see better than humans in dark and dim light. Dogs are extremely diverse in both size and shape. For example, there is over a 110- fold difference weight between the chihuahua ( 1 kg) and the St Bernard (115 kg ).
Dogs use a range of method to communicate: communication is very important in helping dos form and maintain social groups, to transmit scent information, dog use urine, faeces and secretions from special scent glands, dogs produce a range of sounds, often in complex combinations, including whines, whimpers, growls, barks and howls. many dogs can use their body, face, tail, ears and limbs to communicate with other dogs.