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Cool Tips For Successful Dog Training

by Sleddoggin Staff April 9, 2012

Article by Philip Roberts If you want a well-behaved dog, there is a lot that relies on the dog’s personality. However, nearly any dog can learn, at least a bit of manners. Depending on the dog’s personality and desire to learn, you may need to work a little harder or try some different methods to [...]


Dog Behavior Training – How Much Does Professional Dog Training Cost?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 8, 2012

by airwaves1 Article by johan cenna Technically, there is a change between a training log and then a training journal. Information entered in a training log is just basic details about training times, dates, together with exercises. A training diary contains other information, like the way you were feeling that morning; the way the pet [...]


Disc Dogs – Is Frisbee the Right Sport For Your Dog?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 7, 2012

by nicole.pierce.photography ♥ Where Did the Sport Come From? Frisbee became a popular game for human in the 1970′s and it wasn’t long before dogs joined in too. National interest was sparked in August of 1974 when a nineteen year old college student and his dog interrupted a baseball game between the Dodgers and the [...]


Did You Know That Dogs Can Tear Their ACLs?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 6, 2012

by Kwong Yee Cheng Buck is a Samoyed, a big white fluffy sled dog. He has always lived with his master in the mountains, and spends his days pulling a sled full of children, logs, groceries and what not. He loves it. He’d pull the sled empty if it were up to him. Buck has [...]



by Sleddoggin Staff April 5, 2012

by Visit Anchorage PR Article by Jerry R. Jones MAKE THE PUPS KNOW WHO’S IN CHARGE Do you wish there was a way of teaching them not to do those things? Travelling on your whim sometimes, do you wish there were a language exclusively for you and your pup so that he can fully understand [...]


Dog Walking Belts – How Did We Ever Manage Without Them?

by Sleddoggin Staff April 4, 2012

by Carol Browne Dogs can be very powerful animals and some breeds, especially sled dogs such as huskies and malamutes can be very difficult to walk on daily exercise because it is in the dogs nature to pull and lets face it, that is what they are bred for. Controlling them with a conventional lead [...]


10 Little Known Facts From The Dog World

by Sleddoggin Staff April 3, 2012

There are certain facts that many people consider to be useless pieces of information, I’m sure you have come across some of these facts once in a while. Here are a few from the dog world. Did You Know? In America there is more spent annually on dog food than on baby food? I always [...]


Dog Harness Types

by Sleddoggin Staff April 2, 2012

by Drew Avery With there being so many different uses for dog harnesses it is important to make sure you find the type that is appropriate for the activity you have chosen. This article will give you a small glimpse at the choices available. When you find one that interests you, be sure to follow-up [...]


Siberian Husky Dog Breed Description and History

by Sleddoggin Staff April 1, 2012

by heather.morrison Description: The Siberian Husky is a medium sized dog, with the male dog measuring 21-23½ inches in height and the female bitch being 20-22 inches, with a weight for the dog of 45-60 pounds and the bitch being between 35-50 pounds. They were originally bred as sled dogs. They are compact and strong, [...]


Sit Stay Fetch Dog Training Ebook – Review

by Sleddoggin Staff March 31, 2012

by Neil Crosby Article by Steve Gaskin Being a Dog-lover I first came across SitStayFetch while browsing on Clickbank. We have a total of 5 dogs and they’re inside the (quite small) house with us – so you might expect that dog training and dog behaviour would be important to us? Now – my wife [...]


Career in Dog Training

by Sleddoggin Staff March 30, 2012

by lili.chin A career in dog training can be very rewarding. Almost everyone loves dogs and the number of people who own dogs is increasing. There are basically two types of dog training careers available. They are divided up into pet and service dog training. Both are in demand however there are far more opportunities [...]


Dog Training Hand Signal – Train Your Dog To Sit With Only Showing Your Hand

by Sleddoggin Staff March 29, 2012

by born1945 Dog training hand signals are a great way to get to know your dog and form a permanent bond with him. This kind of methods are enjoyable to teach and simply to understand for most dogs. Dog training hand signal if the animal insists on getting on furniture anyway, it should be grasped [...]


Australian Sheepdogs: An Amazing Working Dog

by Sleddoggin Staff March 28, 2012

by NYCMarines Developed on ranches in the Western United States, Australian Sheepdogs are a breed of intelligent and capable herding dogs. They got their name from some having arrived on boats alongside Australian sheep, not from having arrived from Australia. Still, the name is almost as good as any other, and despite it the breed [...]


Weight Pulling Dog Sport

by Sleddoggin Staff March 27, 2012

by bram_app Weight pulling is a fun and healthy activity to do with your dog. The size of the dog is not really a big issue in this type of sport because what really matters here in this kind of sport is how you train the dog in preparation for weight pulling. There are actually [...]


Types of Dog Training

by Sleddoggin Staff March 26, 2012

Article by Peter Wendt Many pet owners believe it is important to put their dogs through some sort of dog training. The different types of dog training include behavior, obedience, and activity training. A brief description of each of these types is included below. <h2>Behavior Training</h2> The most common and sought after instruction is probably [...]


Alaska: Great Alaska Itineraries & Sample Trips

by Sleddoggin Staff March 25, 2012

by Travis S. Tour1 -South Central & Interior Alaska-The Great Land of the North-Self guided tour via rental car or RV. Day 1 Anchorage- Begin your journey in Alaska’s largest city Anchorage. Activities/Tours Options Flight seeing/Bear Viewing adventure over to Katmai. Alaska Native Heritage Center, the Anchorage Museum of History & Art or the Alaska [...]


The Military Working Dog Foundation

by Sleddoggin Staff March 24, 2012

by Aust Defence Force Article by Marc Dean You know dogs are our best friends. But did you know that many of them are also soldiers in the military? Since World War I, dogs have been active in various roles in on the battlefront. They also served in World War II, the Korean and Vietnam [...]


Dog Training School to Help Solve Dog Behavioral Problems

by Sleddoggin Staff March 23, 2012

by garlandcannon You have suddenly noticed that your pet dog is acting strange and showing unpredictable behavior, which you could not understand. You could not even begin to address your dog’s behavioral problem and so you seek professional help through a dog training school. Dog training schools are highly recommended for dogs with behavioral issues. [...]