By Audra Odom. Dog Coats. Published at Monday, May 14th, 2018 - 19:49:01 PM.
Some of the basic puppy training commands are "sit," "stay," "come," "down" and "heel". When you say the commands, remember to say them loud and clear. The dog need to hear the commands as many times as possible, so he start to associate the word with what you want him to do. Remember to praise your dog when it responds correctly to the command. This will encourage your dog to response to the command correctly the next time you do it. At the beginning use treats but in the future you can use affection such as a belly rub, a pet on the head or verbal praise as the reward.
How to Measure your Dog. A dogs coat size is measured from the base of the neck up to the base of the tail. Be sure that your dog is standing squarely on the ground with its head up to get an accurate measurement. Measure the dog from the base of the neck up to the end of the body while your dog is relaxed and looking ahead. It is better to order in even sizes that range from 8 inches to 28 inches. The size 13 inches is the only exception to this rule. If the tail of your dog goes up, round down. Also, if your dogs tail goes up, round up.
Good News For Anyone Who Likes Little - Many prospective owners wonder what the appeal of petite pooches are and there are many. One of the most common is that that unlike their bigger counterparts small dog breeds are much less expensive to take care of. This doesn’t just mean in one area but all of them from veterinary bills to purchasing food. And of course accessories and toys are smaller in size and therefore less costly as well. The majority of breeds in this group also only need a tiny fraction of the amount of exercise that the larger ones do which allows owners to save time and make them an excellent choice for those who may be older or have a limited ability to exercise themselves.
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