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Choosing The Right Dog Breed For Family Protection Work

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Over thousands of years of domestication and evolution, an enormous variety of dog breeds have come into existence. The British Kennel Club currently recognises 218 distinct breeds, while the American Kennel Club recognises a similar but slightly smaller number. The Kennel Club divides these into Gundog, Hound, Pastoral, Terrier, Toy, Utility, and Working groups based on how they were intended to be used and key characteristics. Guard and protection dogs can be drawn from across these groups, and may also be from a range of different breeds. These include “classic” guardians such as the Rottweiler and Malinois, as well as surprises such as the Chihuahua, Jack Russell Terrier, and Pomeranian. However, Protection Dogs Worldwide has identified four core breeds most suitable for family protection work: the German Shepherd Dog, Cane Corso, Giant Schnauzer, and Doberman Pinscher Continue reading

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How To Toilet Train Your Puppy?

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Having a puppy as a pet may be fun, but it is also hard work especially when it comes to toilet training them. If you’re not careful with getting this behaviour right in your pets from the start, you’ll have a lot of mess to deal with. Continue reading

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Looking For Cat Towers?

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Cats make for an excellent pet and the cat owners leave no means to return the affection back. The cats walk on kitchen counters, might try to take a stroll on the curtain rod or just jump from furniture to furniture. These curious pets indeed look into everything and every now and then might jump up to the owner for some cuddles. But, everyone has a professional life or their studies to attend to; one might also leave the house for groceries. In considering the various needs, there is little time left to play with them and so, the requirement to keep them entertained is not fully attended to. Cat Towers have been a great tool to interest the cats and not worry about the cats facing boredom or becoming lazy. Continue reading