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Keep your Airedale terrier dog well-behaved

Here are some tips you can use to keep your Airedale terrier pet dog well-behaved: 1) Cant teach an old dog – You have to start training your Airedale terrier pet dog as early as possible. This is because of the fact that the earlier an Airedale terrier pet dog learns a trick, the faster they will be able to learn it. This doesn’t just apply to tricks. It also applies to general behavior.

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Dog tricks that you can teach your dog

House and potty training are vital education for dog The teaching and training of dog tricks while not a necessary part of a dog’s education, is an achievement that offer dog owners and his friends a great deal of amusement and adds materially to the value of a dog. Training your dog tricks can be difficult and frustrating if you cannot achieve the results you want. However, unlike house and potty training which are vital education for any dog, I feel that the end-results is not the most significant element in trick training, to me the most important part is that both of you enjoy the training process and have fun along the way. Listed in this article are 3 interesting dog tricks that you can teach your dog:

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When you were watching that movie last night, you may have seen a Bosnian Coarse Haired Hound or a Dogo Sardesco or a Havanese or a Mioritic. Now, what you are asking yourself is – Is my Carpatin ready to be in the movies? Ok, your veterinarian tells you that your favorite dog is just the best pooch they know of. This critter even has figured out how and when to mug for a picture, a regular scene steeler with a personality that would have given Lassie a good run for her money.br /
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Ok, but you have to consider this. If you really want your dog to be the next star canine in a real Hollywood movie, your pooch cant just look adorable and like cameras. Your dog is going to have to be well trained and know, not just the basics, but a few great tricks to show what he can do.br /
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The majority of tricks that you see dogs doing on the big screen look so great because Hollywood has a way of putting the dogs tricks to good use and making the shots work. They combine them as a series of tricks into a final production that works for a particular scene very well.br /
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Its the basic tricks that are going to land your dog a movie role. There are many training facilities that offer the classes necessary to get your puppy the tricks and obedience that are needed by dog actors. br /
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Almost everything that dogs do on TV are easy tricks. Most of the common tricks the dogs need to do on demand are bow, pray, speak on cue, touch the target, hide your eyes, back up, play dead, sneeze, find it, wave, crawl, roll over and whimper.br /
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Teaching your puppy all of the skills might be the easy part of getting ready for the movies. The difficult one for many dogs is working surrounded by many strangers and a lot of distractions. Also, in most cases, your dog will be under the general control of the sets dog trainer, not you. These are some major drawbacks for some dogs to overcome.br /
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If you can teach your dog all the tricks, but also the basics of working with strangers on television sets without freaking out, you might just have a dog like Ben (II), the Golden Retriever.br /
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Now… your pooch is ready and willing to act in the movies. What is your next step? The thing that will make your dog stand out is to put together a compelling portfolio for your dog. All the current photos, his list of skills and tricks, training and hopefully some great videos of your dog doing some of his best tricks. br /
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Many of the training schools for television dogs will show you how to get your dog into the industry. Dont forget there is a tremendous volume of advertising for your aspiring pet to shoot for also.br /
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Finally, your dog would do anything for you (hopefully, the feeling is mutual). If your dog does not enjoy acting and does not want to be a television star, your dog will make it obvious. Listen to your pal and if your dog wants to have that talk with you.br /
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How To Pick A Good Companion Dog

Find a good companion dog that fits your personality. If your kids are thinking of a good companion dog, you probably would tend to first look at just look at a few of your favorite breeds, choose a good selection of puppies and then pick the one with the best spirit. And there are hundreds of breeds to choose from – just think of the Bluetick Coonhound and the Toy Poodle. But, you would be better served to find dog that fits your personality.

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Tips traveling dogs by auto

Traveling with dogs by auto can be fun or stressful. It all depends on your organizational abilities, flexibility and sense of humor. Traveling by car is probably the easiest way to go when you decide to take your dog along. You can decide how you want to accommodate him.

This is an exciting event for many dogs, so expect your puppy to be hyped and ready to go.

There are of course considerations to plan for when taking your best friend safety, sleeping arrangements (his best dog bed), food, as well as additional aides and supplies to pack.

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Things to do Before leaving on a Auto Trip with Your Dog

Have your pet washed and groomed, this will keep dog odor and shedding to a minimum. Your dog will be going in and out of the car so the use of a dog car seat cover is ideal to keep your seats clean. and free from soiling. Bring a watertight bowl, food and snacks. Pack some security toys, and a ball or Frisbee for playing at parks. Update your ID tag, license and vaccinations.

A travel crate that folds and/or a comfortable dog bed or blanket that smells of home are ideal when you arrive at your destination. The crate will allow you to leave your dog alone if need be unless your dog is predisposed to barking, accidents, or separation anxiety.

If travel sickness is a problem, discuss the possibility of medication with your vet.

While traveling with dogs in a vehicle your dog should be secured. There are several options, a dog crate, a dog car barrier, a dog car seat, seat belt or harness. Crates are a cozy, comfortable place for your dogs to travel but it does require your pup to be separated from you during the trip which may change the experience for you and your dog. This is also true with a car barrier with a nice padded bed, again your pet is separated from the family. There are plenty of comfortable and safe car seats, seat belts and harnesses on the market to accommodate your buddy which will allow your doggy to sit, stand, lie down and look at the view. The method you choose will also depend on the size of your dog and the type of vehicle you are traveling in.

While Traveling with Dogs Do Not…

(1) Allow your dog to hang his head out the window while you are driving. As much joy as he finds from this activity, it is too easy for flying debris to injure and an eye or ear or worse yet your pet could fall out the window.

(2) Have your dog in the front where air bags could cause your dog injury; the back seat is the best place for him.

(3) Never leave your dog alone in a hot car, even for a minute.


(1) Stop every 2 hours to stretch a little, food (not too much), to relieve himself and a drink of water.

(2) Have your doggy on a leash if you stop at a busy area or where he could get away or lost.

(3) Have a collar and ID tag on your dog at all times.

Traveling with dogs is an experience that can bring pleasure to the entire family. Have fun!

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