Monday, April 26, 2010

American Foxhound

American Foxhound | Petsafe Pet CollarThis dog can be a big help if being trained by a Dog Retriever Trainer.

The American Foxhound is sweet, affectionate, gentle and loving at home, but also a brave and intense warrior in the hunt. They are excellent with children and get along well with other dogs because of their pack-hunting background, but should not be trusted with non-canine pets.

American Foxhound | Dog Retriever TrainerFriendliness to strangers varies widely. They are very friendly dogs, however if a particular dog is allowed to see himself as pack leader to humans he may become protective. This breed can be difficult to housebreak. Be aware, the American Foxhound will take off after an interesting scent if they get a chance.

American Foxhound | Dog FenceThey like to bay and have a melodious bark, so much so, in fact, that its tones have been used in popular songs. Foxhounds don't always make good house pets, due to their history as outdoor pack kennel hounds. If you are looking for a pet, whom you are not going to take hunting, try show lines rather than field types. No matter what type you decide on be sure to provide plenty of daily exercise, and be your dog's firm, but calm, confident, consistent pack leader to avoid behavior issues.

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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Pembroke Welsh Corgi | Patio Dog DoorNo need for Patio pet doors for this breed is easy to train with.

Active, intelligent, and quick to learn
, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a dependable dog and is easy to train. This breed is well suited to the more inexperienced dog owner as well as experienced ones, and makes a good family pet and companion. These dogs are very alert and will bark to raise the alarm if anything seems to be amiss, making them effective watchdogs - be warned though, as some can bark excessively. These are herding dogs by nature, and this is still reflected in the way that the Pembroke Welsh Corgi will try and herd people and other animals, often by nipping at the heels, which is something that will need to be addressed.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi | Patio Pet DoorsThe Pembroke Welsh Corgi thrives on the love and companionship of his owners, and is not the right dog for those with little time to dedicate to a pet - neglecting this dog can lead to boredom and destructive behavior.

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is a loving and affectionate dog, and will get along well with gentle children and family pets. He is likely to chase off strange cats and dogs, as he has been trained to do historically. With strangers the Pembroke Welsh Corgi may be very suspicious, which adds to his watchdog abilities, but with guests he tends to be polite and dignified.

Pembroke Welsh Corgi | PetSafeThe Pembroke Welsh Corgi needs a moderate amount of exercise, and will enjoy playing games and joining in family activities. Owners do need to exercise some assertiveness, as these dogs can be independent and strong minded. However, he is also attentive and eager to please, often excelling at obedience training.

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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Doberman Pinscher

Doberman Pinscher | Dog Agility EquipmentThis dog do not need a Dog agility equipment to train with. Being a guard dog is in his blood.

The Doberman Pinscher is agile, elegantly bodied, and powerful. The breed has a short back, well-proportioned chest, and a sinewy, muscular neck. Their legs are straight and parallel. They have well-developed teeth that close in a scissors bite and dark eyes with an intelligent expression. Ears of this breed are usually cropped, and they are often taped for several weeks to prompt them to stand erect.

Doberman Pinscher | Electric Pet CollarIn recent history, many Doberman Pinschers have been left natural- without docking or cropping of the tail and/or ears. The short-haired coat of the Doberman Pinscher is close-fitting, hard, and thick. Coat colors for this breed include black, blue-gray, black & tan, red, and fawn. White markings may or may not be present.

The Doberman Pinscher is a highly capable guard dog with an energetic personality and intelligent disposition. The breed possesses incredible strength and stamina, and they are adaptable and easy to train. They are courageous and assertive, yet they are not vicious or aggressive. Like any other breed, subtleties in temperament will vary according to the dog.

Doberman Pinscher | Hunting Dog Collars OnlineThey are regal, loyal, and very affectionate towards members of their family. They are a people-oriented breed, and they require an owner that is capable of disciplining the dog confidently. If allowed his or her own way too much, the Doberman Pinscher can be pushy. This breed is naturally protective, and they don’t need specialized training to be an outstanding guard dog. They should be trained and socialized properly from an early age to prevent over-protective behavior. If raised with children from an early age, they make wonderful family pets. This breed generally isn’t suitable for first-time dog owners.

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

American Eskimo Dog

American Eskimo Dog | electric pet fenceThis dog loves to play at pet beds.

The American Eskimo Dog is a very playful and energetic dog, although many do calm down as they grow older. This is a breed that loves companionship and play, and has plenty of spirit, courage, and bags of curiosity. The American Eskimo Dog can get bored easily if not kept entertained, and this can lead to destructive behavior. These dogs are intelligent and quick to learn, but can also be very independent and strong willed. Very good at problems solving and doing tricks, these dogs should be fine when it comes to training.

American Eskimo Dog | pet bedsHowever, you should also bear in mind that the American Eskimo Dog loves to bark and dig, and therefore may not be the best choice for those looking for a peaceful lifestyle, although they are well suited to inexperienced dog owners as well as more experienced ones.

American Eskimo Dog | configure gatesYou should find that the American Eskimo Dog gets on well with older, considerate children, and should be okay with other dogs and pets, although they can be predatory when around smaller creatures such as birds and rodents. The American Eskimo Dog can also have a jealous streak when it comes to other animals getting attention. Sensitive and alert, the American Eskimo Dog makes a good watchdog.

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Wednesday, April 7, 2010


Pekingese | Retriever TrainerThis diligent small dog deserves to have a Petsafe Dog Collar.

The Pekingese is a well-balanced, compact dog of Chinese origin with a heavy front and lighter hindquarters. They are small dogs but are not to be considered delicate or dainty. Their image is lion-like, implying courage, dignity, boldness and self-esteem. They can be any color.

Pekingese | Petsafe Dog CollarChinese art throughout the ages, starting with the Tang dynasty of the 8th century, abounds with images of the Pekingese, who gets his name from the ancient city of Peking, now called Beijing. Pekingese were held sacred in ancient China and could only be owned by royalty. At that time, the punishment for stealing a Pekingese was death. Pekingese came to Europe as a result of war. When the British overtook the Chinese Imperial Palace in 1860, they returned home with several of the dogs.

Pekingese | Petsafe Pet CollarPekingese possess a regal dignity, intelligence and self-importance, making them good matured, opinionated and affectionate family companions. Their small size makes them a good choice for apartment life, but they are sometimes difficult to housebreak. They are relatively inactive indoors and do not need a yard, but enjoy walks. Because of their long undercoats, Pekes need at least an hourly brushing session per week.

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Monday, April 5, 2010

Dandie Dinmont Terrier

Dandie Dinmont Terrier | pet gatesThis small, intelligent dog is an ideal dog to be with on your car, but don't for get your dog car seats for it.

The Dandie Dinmont Terrier is characterized by his long, low body and "scimitar" tail, which looks like a curved sword, as well as his large soulful eyes and fluffy head of hair. Though small in stature, the Dandie has the character of a big dog, possessing confidence, intelligence and an independent nature. The breed’s allowable coat colors are described as "pepper" and "mustard."

Dandie Dinmont Terrier | Dog bathingAs a companion, the Dandie Dinmont is affectionate towards his family, but it would not be uncharacteristic for a Dandie to show little interest in a stranger. The breed would do well in a rural or urban setting with daily walks. The Dandie does not shed, but his coat must be stripped about twice a year and brushed daily.

Dandie Dinmont Terrier | Dog car seatsThe Dandie Dinmont was first recorded as a distinct breed around 1700 and has been popular with both gypsies and the wealthy at various points in his history. Originally bred to go to ground, he was well known for his skill in catching otter and badgers. Dandies were made famous when Sir Walter Scott wrote about them in Guy Mannering in 1814. Scott’s farmer character was named Dandie Dinmont, after whom the breed was soon named.

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