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Aggressive Dog Training With Daniel Stevens

Bishop, CA (PRWEB) November 3, 2006

Professional dog trainer Daniel Stevens now offers aggressive dog training online. His new program and website will guide you step-by-step on dealing with aggressive dogs. Dealing with dog aggression requires patience, persistence, and proper training.

Dog owners worldwide are faced with many unexpected challenges after acquiring a dog or puppy from breeders, shelters, private party, and various other methods.

The most feared challenge of owning Mans Best Friend is that of Dog Aggression. Some puppies will show signs of aggression at a very early age. Adult dogs can also show signs of aggression for various reasons such as dog on dog aggression, dog food aggression, protection, jealousy, or from being abused as a puppy. Certain dog breeds are more prone to aggressive dog behavior than others.

Dog Aggression can cause serious problems such as personal injury to neighbors, family members, children, infants, livestock, or other pets. Everyday aggressive dog behavior is blamed for personal injury and quite often dog owners end up in court answering to the legal system and being held liable for their dogs aggressive behavior.

Aggressive dog training programs are now available in the form of DVD, Video, eBook, Online Dog Training Memberships, and various other methods. Some sites offer free ebooks to assist owners with selecting a proper dog training program for them and their dog as seen in these examples at: A simple search for aggressive dog training on-line will return thousands of results assisting dog owners with controlling aggressive dog behavior.

Professional dog trainer Daniel Stevens and owner of is a certified professional dog trainer. His new program offers extensive training material in the form of both ebook, dvd, newsletter, and personal email consultation.

His new aggressive dog training program is available on-line to anyone worldwide and provides an alternative to hiring a personal trainer. A small investment in aggressive dog training could possibly prevent a lifetime of legal fees, medical bills, and mental anguish.

Daniel Stevens also offers training programs covering everything from house training, crate training, dog behavior training, leash training, dog digging, dog jumping, and dog biting, all available online. Visit his new website, review his program, and sign up for his free newsletter. A properly trained dog is a happy dog, a happy dog makes for a happy owner.

Robert Bercume


Q&A: BYB Excuses – your comebacks?

Question by Znip Sero Sero: BYB Excuses – your comebacks?
Okay, so this is just a fun question sorta. I’m gonna list some BYB Excuses, and I want you all to come up with comebacks! By the way, most of these are excuses “brussel Sprout/Stale Bread” BYBs would come up with-;_ylt=AmVojMKMWh6TujvYcWehCXPty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20100618075116AAGkKOC&show=7#profile-info-6qsocyK3aa

“I don’t show because I only breed for pets, so I have no reason to show or work my dogs. My breeding dogs are great pets, and that’s what I want in the puppies!”

“I don’t breed for money, I just breed because people like my dogs and I want people to have puppies from me and good homes.”

“I don’t health test because my vet told me it wasn’t going to do anything – every dog/puppy has a chance of getting genetic deffects, health tested or not. My dogs are healthy and I have never had a problem.”

“I don’t sell with spay/neuter contracts because I think it’s the buyer’s choice whether they want to fix their dog or not. But, I don’t sell to anyone wanting to cross breed and I don’t sell to puppymills.”

“My dogs and puppies are raised inside and have all of their shots. All of them are well loved and socialized.”

“I sell my puppies at 6 weeks because the vet told me that if they were eating and drinking on their own, they’re fine.”

Have fun! And, get as mean as you want! lol

Best answer:

Answer by dog on sofa
I can think of only one zinger. It’s not meant to be mean (too bad) just meant to make them think–if at all possible.

“So I assume like any good, reputable breeder you will take ANY of your pups back if the new owner needs to rehome it?”

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Do you still watch “Dog the Bounty Hunter” after what he said?

by Numan

Question by strwberrykiss: Do you still watch “Dog the Bounty Hunter” after what he said?,2933,307140,00.html

This is an old story but I actually used to watch this show. After he called his son’s gf the n-word I havent watched it since

Do you still watch it?
Do you agree with the station to continue to play his show?

Best answer:

Answer by Rok28
Never watched it before. Really doesn’t surprise me that he said it. Im sure white people say all kind of things behind closed doors, he just happened to get caught

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

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Dog Treats: What’s Best for your Dog

Dog Treats: What’s Best for your Dog

Treats can prove invaluable in rewarding positive behavior and in reinforcing behavior learned during training. They’re also a fun, inexpensive way to show your dog you love him. When choosing a treat, be sure to consider these four factors:

* Your intended use – if you plan to use treats during training, smaller treats are a good choice. They’re quickly consumed and provide minimal distraction from training tasks.

* Your “treat frequency” – if you plan to feed treats to your dog often, consider smaller, lower-calorie treats, which will help him stay slim.

* Your dog’s age and relevant medical conditions – puppies often prefer smaller treats, and seniors with sensitive teeth often prefer soft treats. Dogs with food sensitivities/allergies can benefit from hypoallergenic treats.

* Your dog’s preferences – treats are available in several different shapes, sizes, and flavors sure to fit your dog’s unique tastes.

Although better for your dog than table scraps and meant to be given at any time, treats should constitute no more than 10% of your dog’s diet. This is especially important for overweight dogs. Treats can also help you avoid the problems associated with feeding table scraps – begging, malnutrition, weight gain, digestive problems, and picky eating.

Following, you’ll find brief descriptions of the wide variety of dog treats:

Biscuits & Treats

Biscuits and treats provide the crunch dogs crave, while promoting healthy teeth and gums. Smaller treats are perfect (and portable) for use as training aids and quick rewards. Biscuits are typically bone-shaped, and some include low-fat, natural ingredients and are fortified with vitamins and minerals. Crunchy treats, which are often smaller than biscuits, let you quickly reward your dog with a wide variety of flavorful, bite-sized treats.

Healthy Treats/Bones

If your dog is on a diet, or if you simply prefer giving all-natural treats, healthy treats and bones are all good choices. These low-fat, naturally nutritious, all-vegetable or grain-based treats provide essential dental benefits while offering all the flavor and appeal of other types of treats, which may not be conducive to weight loss.

Meat Treats

Meat treats – whether chewy or hard and crunchy – contain real meat or meat products and combine the taste dogs love with the protein dogs need. Chewy offer your dog a soft, tender treat with the irresistible flavor of lamb liver, chicken liver, or beef liver. Hard and crunchy meat treats pack a satisfying crunch.

Natural Treats

Natural treats make great chews for dogs of all ages and chewing habits. These chews are full of natural flavors dogs love. Pigs ears, a perennial favorite, are available in delicious natural or hickory flavors in full-size pieces or bite-size for more frequent treating. All-natural pork treats, made of dried pork hide, are good choices when you want to give your dog a longer-lasting chew treat.

Rawhide Treats

Rawhide Treats are beneficial to dental health and available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles to satisfy every chewing habit and dogs of all sizes. Rawhide treats are available in three varieties to satisfy your dog’s preferences. Shaped rawhide treats (bones, twists, rings, sticks, and so on) are tightly wrapped or knotted to provide the most rawhide for your money. Ground rawhide novelties, consisting of small ground pieces of rawhide formed into shapes (rings, lollipops, and sticks), are easier to break down and are great for smaller dogs. Pressed rawhide treats, the most durable of rawhide treats, give your dog several layers of rawhide “welded” together to form the strongest, longest-lasting rawhide treat.

Dental Treats

Dental treats are designed to help you prevent painful, costly dental problems. Greenies® dog treats are an excellent, flavorful dental treat that freshens breath while reducing plaque and tartar. As your dog gnaws on a variety of delicious dental treats, he’ll improve his overall dental health by effectively preventing tartar formation, plaque buildup, gum disease, and the germs that cause dreaded “doggie breath.”

Brent Goodman holds degrees in English from Ripon College, a Masters of Fine Arts from Purdue University, and has extensive experience in research communications and educational publishing across various fields of study. He is currently the Senior Copywriter at Drs. Foster & Smith Pet Supplies, the nation’s leading online and catalog pet supplier.

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