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Today is Train Humane Day!

Author: MayaAndPierson
September 27, 2012

Use positive reinforcement to train your dog instead of harsh dominance methods, shock collars, pinch collars, etc. There are more benefits to humane training than there are to the other methods. Check out today’s blog post on our American Dog Blog about the cons of shock collars by clicking HERE.

For other positive training methods, check out these articles as well:

How to Get Your Dog Used to a Dog Car Harness

Fun Dog Game – Teach Your Dog to Find It

Gentle Leadership Exercises for a Good Dog

Dog Training – What Motivates Your Dog to Learn

Fundamental Dog Training Tips – Lots of TPPC

Clicker Training Your Dog – Is it For You?

Dog Training Tip – The First Command to Teach Your New Dog

How to Keep Your Dog from Chewing

How to Keep Your Dog from Digging

How to Teach Your Dog Not to Jump on You or Others

Teaching Your Dog Not to Beg While You are Eating

Learn more about Train Humane Day by clicking HERE.

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This great article on the American Dog Blog has great information on the Bernese Mountain Dog breed and the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog breed.  Both dog breeds are from Switzerland and are very similar in many aspects.  A Bernese Mountain Dog breed figurine (pictured above) is available at the Animal Figurine

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May 6, 2010


Spring is here and it’s time to go to the lake or the beach again. And if you are like me, you are probably going to want to take your dog. The lake or the beach is a fun place to visit, but it can also be dangerous. The American Dog Blog has some great safety tips for every member of your family. Read the bulleted points below, then visit the American Dog Blog for more details.

* Wear Life Jackets

* Beware of Water Anomalies – such as sneaker waves, rip currents, and underwater debris.

* Beware of Other Animals – both animals on the water’s edge and in the water.

* Wear Sunscreen

* Keep an Emergency Kit Handy

* Keep Fresh Water Available

* Beware of Heat Exhaustion

* Watch for Fatigue

* Protect Your Dog’s Feet from Glass, Hot Sand, Sharp Rocks

* Rinse Off Ocean Salt Water

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April 20, 2010

Dog Training

Check out the American Dog Blog for a great article on fundamental dog training tips.  The article touches on four basic elements which need to be used for every command you teach your dog.  It doesn’t matter if you are teaching your dog to sit or if you are teaching them to run through an obstacle course.  These four basic tog training tips are used by almost every effective dog trainer.  Check out the American Dog Blog for more details.

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Check out a story by one of our Pet Auto customers. This is about her dog, Mos Magee, and it can be read on our American Dog Blog. 

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December 9, 2009

Are you going out of town this Holiday Season?  If so, what are you going to do with your dog?  You can take them with you or you can have someone else take care of them while you are gone.  If you take them with you, consider airline regulations and/or pet auto safety devices.  If you have someone else take care of them, consider a boarding kennel, a pet sitting service, or enlist a friend to take care of them.

For the pros and cons of each of these options, visit the American Dog Blog.

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Introducing the American Dog Blog

Author: MayaAndPierson
October 6, 2009


Our site has a lot of informative information, but wouldn’t you want to have a little fun too?  Talking about pet safety is not always so fun, so we opened a new blog called American Dog Blog.  American Dog Blog has useful information too, but the information covers more than just pet safety and it has a lot more fun doggy stuff.  Visit the American Dog Blog and feel free to post!

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