By Georgette Porter. Dog Coats. Published at Thursday, May 03rd, 2018 - 05:41:01 AM.
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.
Is A Pooch That Sheds For You? Something you will definitely want to think about when looking at your different options is whether you want a pet that sheds or not. This can be a big factor for you or maybe not at all. Some owners have no problem dealing with dog hair on their clothes, furniture, and in their home because they have a system for dealing with it effectively. Many people simply don’t want to be bothered with cleaning up hair at all and still others don’t care either way. If this something that concerns you, you will want to check out a small dog breeds list that shows you how much if at all each breed sheds.
Something Popular Could Be The Right Answer - Of course like all things and types of pets there are some breeds which always stand out. One is the Maltese. This is easily one of the popular small dog breeds because of its cuteness and also its gentle nature with young children. While this breed is known for its gorgeous white coat it will need grooming regularly. Another excellent choice is the Pug. With wrinkles that will make anyone fall in love these little guys make a great lap dog that won’t require much exercise. You will want to keep them protected from very high temperatures though. Now you know the basics for getting started with the small dog breeds. With a little patience, thinking, and reading up on your different options it won’t be hard to find a tiny pooch just for you!
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