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Training your Pet Havanese Dog Behaviors

Training your Pet Havanese Dog Behaviors When you want to train a dog, the most common behavior commands will attempt to train a dog to stop or start some type of behavior. You either have a dog that is doing something you don’t like or you have a dog that is not doing something you […]

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Food, Rewards, and Dog Training

Food, Rewards, and Dog Training Many people don’t understand the connection that dogs have to rewards, and it can get rather frustrating. Thinking your dog simply lives to make you happy is a natural thing. They are, after all, your pet that idolizes you, right? The simple truth is, dogs have no such thoughts. What […]

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Dog Chewing Behavior Training Can Work

Dog Chewing Behavior Training Can Work If you have ever owned a dog, you are familiar with the problem of dog chewing. Dogs inevitably are going to chew and get into some type of trouble over it. It is normal for a dog to want to do this, particularly when they are young and teething. […]

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Hyperactive Dogs

Hyperactive Dogs Diagnosing your dog with hyperactivity is something that vets will struggle with for a bit. No matter how much your dog jumps around and can’t sit still, genuine medical condition hyperactivity is something that is rare in dogs. Dogs are often busy and overactive, but they are rarely medically considered hyper. As rare […]

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House Training A Puppy

House Training a Puppy Training the Havanese is an absolute pleasure, as they are known for their manners and kindly temperament. They also are known for being extremely smart.Potty Training for the Havanese When it comes to potty training, the Toy breeds commonly have a bit more challenges than your regular dog. The Havanese is […]

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House Breaking and Care for your Growing Havenese Puppy

House Breaking and Care for your Growing Havanese Puppy The first thing to remember when housebreaking, be consistent. Pick a spot in the yard where you want your puppy to eliminate. Place puppy in this area every time he’s taken out to go potty. Give him a verbal, “Go Potty”, “Outside”, etc. Every time your […]