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Understanding how to train a puppy is as important as knowing what to teach him and when to begin. Follow these essential rules of puppy training to help your pup get it right first time!
Puppy obedience training can work wonders! Follow this step-by-step guide to successful puppy training and teach your little guy some great manners.
My cocker spaniel, who is a blue roan, has developed dry itchy patches all around his body and they don't look nice and certainly bother him - he also
You are the alpha dog, your family comes next, then your pet. Let this slip and behavioral problems such as dog growling and challenges may follow. Learn how to teach your pet his place in your pack.
I have been involved in purebred dogs for over 20 years. I bought my first purebred Australian Shepherd to do Search and Rescue work and we soon became
Hi, Our three and a half year old bitch has started sniffing inside our lounge and hallway since Christmas! It can be in different areas of each room
Hi, I was just wondering if you could give me any advice about my 2 year old cocker spaniel. Just recently she has been barking at strangers on walks and
On the 2nd of February 2014, I was given a 5 week old golden brown cocker spaniel whose tail wasn't clipped yet. Is there a health risk if kept long?
Dog bloat is a serious condition where the stomach becomes very swollen, placing pressure on vital organs. If you think your pet has canine bloat it’s vital that you get him to the vet immediately.
We have a 12-week old cocker spaniel puppy who has settled with our family very well. Our only issue is that he loves biting anything, we have a large
What’s the ideal Cocker Spaniel weight? That depends on the dog’s age, health, sex and frame. Learn how to calculate how much your puppy should weigh and a healthy weight for an adult Cocker.
Baking your own healthy dog treats is fun and you can be sure they’re full of natural goodness. Show your pet how much you love him and try some of our delicious homemade dog biscuit recipes today!
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