Training collars for dogs

August 13th, 2013

Electronic collars are designed to enhance dog training and stop unwanted behavior. The trainer uses a hand-held remote control to send electrical shocks to the collar. Some models also include a tone or vibration setting. Electronic collars are often referred to as e-collars, shock collars, or remote Read the rest of this entry »

Dog inside pot

December 17th, 2012

Current and which has yet to be dog owners in small apartments and high rise condos: beware. Make sure your pot dog training. Your dog to excrete its waste to the right places in your place? It is a necessity to train pot of a dog for a harmonious coexistence of the dog with your family and your neighbors.

If your dog pees to the position of your neighbor, that is really stressful on their part. To avoid this, refer to the pot space in your home for the pet to unload. Indoor pot can be crumpled newspapers. The newspapers are profitable pot dog training aid. Read the rest of this entry »

Games for Dogs

April 27th, 2011

It is a placid temperament and he spends hours waving, you’ve probably seen your dog play.

Playful behaviors are a vital necessity, they allow puppies to adjust against each other, they learn to initiate and stop the games, communicate with other dogs, to assimilate the social codes of their species and control the strength of their jaws. As adults, they are released and they are so full of energy, time spent waiting for the return of the master, continue to learn new behaviors, are experimenting with unusual learning.

Games to avoid

Be discouraged owners who wish to play with their pet to engage in lawsuits, infighting and competition on an object, the stronger wins. This competition serves only to excite everyone, neither partner was prepared to lose. Read the rest of this entry »

Hierarchy

April 27th, 2011

In reviewing the various means of communication for dogs, it is clear that their main topic of conversation revolves around the question: who dominates whom? “. This issue is so fundamental that it will influence the majority of interactions, not only between a dog and its congeners, but also between a dog and his master.

The question of dominance is well known to most dog owners know that if they want to enforce obedience to their animal, they must exercise some authority over him.

Unfortunately, this concept is often misunderstood and confused with the balance of power, aggression.

Result: either the masters cry constantly after their dog, or worse, the strike to force him to obey, or, unwilling to have this kind of relationship with their four-legged friend, they simply decide to abdicate, and so what if it does as its head. Read the rest of this entry »

Early education at the School of Puppies

April 27th, 2011

She is in kindergarten children. Through early education focused on the game, all the puppies learn to integrate into human society and their masters exerted to understand and direct them. Concepts that are revolutionizing the teaching totally dog ​​it is no longer the man who forces the animal to get to his level, it is he who goes at it. The school aims to raise the puppy, to open the mind, teaching him to bear the stress he encounters in his life in the midst of humans to correctly answer a few simple commands and have fun with his master.

Imagine a child who would go to class at the age of 18 or 20 years, having never learned to read or write … That is exactly what happens with dogs that refused to accept the Education clubs, the vast majority at the age of 1 year or rarely 6 months. I created this concept which is now based in several countries. The role of Dog Training Clubs under the control of the Canine Central Company is to give the puppy a start in life and correct information to the master, in order to understand and navigate. We know that over 99% of dogs are devoted to the role of pet dogs adapted to the city. Read the rest of this entry »

Education Masters

April 27th, 2011

Advocacy for the education of teachers

Based on genetic testing, all dogs descended from wolves. When one observes the behavior of wolves and codes to which they respond and they are compared to those of dogs, we can only be convinced of that. The dogs respond to all codes of behavior similar to those of wolves.

So if you know the rules of the society of wolves, one is able to behave clear to the dog and it will be comfortable with us if we respect those rules. It is for us humans to learn social rules and not dogs to them to learn ours, too complex for their intelligence.

The wolf lives in society, the pack. This company is not governed precise rules and standards. Some wolves may live alone, for various reasons (excluded from the pack for bad behavior, widowed or for personal reasons!), But they never lose contact (distance) with the pack through signs and markers as feces, urine, food scraps, the screams … Read the rest of this entry »

Social and Behavioral Development of Puppies

April 27th, 2011

In this chapter, I will touch briefly on the development of puppies from birth. “Briefly,” because many authors have devoted entire chapters, and it would not be fair nor useful to copy their work.

Impregnation

During the first 12 weeks of his life, the puppy will live the soak phase also called double imprint.

It is divided into two overlapping periods:

1 / intraspecific footprint (approximately the first 5 weeks): the dog impregnates his fellows, he learns the codes of behavior specific to its own species. Indeed, at birth, the puppy does not have an innate understanding of the social codes of its kind. He must learn to behave as a dog, with specific uses in communication and behavior specific to canines.

2 / footprint inter-specific (or non-specific) also known as phase imprinting to man, the dog learns that there are other species than their own (human and others), discovering sounds, objects, an entire environment. This phase begins around age three to four weeks, and even before, according to the authors. Read the rest of this entry »

Understanding your dog

April 27th, 2011

Understanding your dog is to know its language, and how he sees ours.

It’s also about development, training, and the real needs of the owner.

The information, knowledge of the dog, so avoid many disappointments.

THE OWNER

Conflicting conceptions.

The psychoanalytic school believes that the love of dog often reflects psychological distress communication with others, difficulty expressing emotions. The dog acts as a distraction, a tranquilizer. The origin is an error in the education very young age, excess or insufficient attention. Loving your dog is loving yourself. Read the rest of this entry »

Communication: Language of the Dog

April 27th, 2011

Understand is essential in a relationship between dog and man, as to establish a mutual understanding. So the dog does not become too amorphous, or otherwise disruptive or aggressive as adults, we must educate from an early age.

The dog communicates through facial expressions or sounds attitudes.

These signs are easy to identify, match its own language and have a specific meaning:

THE TAIL

When it stirs happy tail, your dog is happy, excited or just a particular context. By cons if the low moves, just the tip, and has a dejected, that he feels bad, emotionally or physically (you make jealous stroking another dog for example!). The bitch in heat has a special touch when it raises its tail motionless, indicating that it agrees to enter! Read the rest of this entry »

Pheromones

April 27th, 2011

WHAT ARE PHEROMONES?

Pheromones are chemicals secreted by living organisms (animals or plants) that allow individuals of the same species to communicate among themselves. This mode of communication, although unknown, is essential for many living things, especially for insects: it is thanks to the pheromones that ants will find the way to its nest and its congeners indicate a food source that it will be found. It is through studying the reproductive behavior of a moth by a French entomologist – Jean-Henry Fabre – that the existence of pheromones was discovered. He succeeded in showing that the secretions of a female sex pheromones could attract males within a radius of 25 kilometers!

And mammals?

Similarly, in mammals, pheromones are primarily known until now for their action in the field of reproduction: the man has used sex pheromone in an attempt to synchronize estrus or highlight came in the heat, especially sows. Since 1995, a French research laboratory, Phérosynthèse, works on the topic of pheromones in mammals. Their initial findings have enabled the development of pheromones for the cat. Read the rest of this entry »