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Dog training classes can be beneficial to pet owners who want their pet to obey and to follow basic commands. However, not all dog trainers are worth the money. If you are on the fence about whether or not to invest, consider a few things before making a decision.
First up, answer these questions. Will you spend the time necessary to train your pet at home, if you do not get proper professional training? This is something that many people struggle with because it takes a daily commitment to train your dog properly. You will need to learn how to train the dog, and then follow through with practice until your dog understands what is being asked of him. If you can commit the time and patience to the process, you may not need to pay for dog training.
On the other hand, many pet owners are unable to devote enough time and hard work to the process. It can also be easier to learn the methods and tasks by learning from a professional trainer rather than a book or the Internet. In this case, the professional training program not only can help your pet, but it can help you to learn how to keep training your dog throughout their life.
Before you begin, do a little research on the trainers to find out what type of dog training is provided. Find out what the cost is and what the price of training provides. Then, determine if this company is the best one to help you with your pet. If so, it is worth the money in most situations.
Red Standard Poodle, Our upcoming litter is due April 2010. We breed the highest caliber Red Standard Poodles. We insure great health, temperament and non fading beauty. We are committed to providing beautiful, healthy conformationaly correct Red Standard Poodles. We do all the Health and Genetic testing, and require that the sires go through the same rigorous testing. Gingerbred Poodles is located in Tacoma WA in the Great Northwest.
Our goal is to improve the Red Standard Poodle which is still a relatively rare color. A beautiful dark red standard with black points is breathtaking and will get many complements. We strive to breed genetically sound poodles with correct conformation, deep red color and black points. AKC states that Black Points are preferred for Red Poodles as opposed to Brown points.
Optimum pairings are not based solely on aesthetics but on pedigree, (you have to know what’s behind your dog) Genetic health testing, OFA evaluation of hips and CERF testing for eyes. We breed for a low COI (coefficient of inbreeding). All this helps contribute to the betterment of the breed, to healthier standard poodles. Which we hope means fewer trips to the vet and longer lives.
Good nutrition is also of utmost importance. We decided on feeding a Raw diet based on the prey model 80% meat 10% organ and 10% bone. We also add salmon oil, sea meal, yogurt, apple cider vinegar and some fruits and veggies. The results are clean teeth, wonderful coat, fresh breath and glowing health.
Gingerbred Poodles is a small breeder, and we breed first for ourselves, making sure that those puppies we don’t keep go to wonderful homes. We only sell on limited registration and we don’t believe in cross breeding. Our puppies are for pets unless private arrangements are made. We want all our puppies to go to loving forever homes.
All-natural, highly nutritional pet foods, freshly baked treats and boutique accessory items for your dog and cat. Above the downtown Whole Foods.
At All The Best we are passionate about dog and cat nutrition. We carry only the best quality food and wholesome treats available. We carefully evaluate every food and treat we carry, upgrading as healthier products become available.
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