Saturday, 29 September 2012

Tips of Training Your Dog to Be Well Mannered

You will have to agree that all the dogs are loyal, lovable and eager to please. In most of the case they are not well mannered though. To have them well behaved, you need to show and to give your dog clear boundaries – what he can and what he can´t do. Having a well mannered dog is beneficial both to the owner as well as for the dog itself.
An obedient dog is a pleasure to have, both for the owner as well as other family members or visitors that come from time to time. You will agree that it is not very pleasant watching your dog jumping on visitors as well as this is not pleasant for the visitor itself. Shortly, it is in everyone´s interest that one dog is well mannered and obedient.
Dogs should be always rewarded for good behavior – you can use dog treats for that. The truth is that dogs want to please, so using awards as something positive is very helpful.
A golden rule is to start training your dog since puppy. Rules that should be respected I the house should be implemented from the very beginning.
There are 3 basic manners that one dog should have – no begging, no jumping and not to be possessive over toys.
To make sure your dog will never beg for food is not to encourage your dog looking for the food under the table and not letting anyone sneaking food for him under the table.
Friendly dogs like to jump even o strangers. This is, of course, if you allow him to do this. So, never encourage your dog to jump on other people.
When your dog takes something in his mouth that he shouldn’t, you should be able to take that right away from him. This will be possible only if your dog is well mannered. But it is in every dog’s nature not to let something from their mouth once they catch it. You should train him to be obedient and start taking favorite toys away from his mouth while he is still a puppy. Even though this sounds cruel, it is beneficial both for your dog and you as an owner. Saying this, in cases he doesn’t react aggressively, you should reward him. In case he becomes more aggressive, you will have to exercise this with him more often.
These are just some things that any dog owner should consider when training a dog. These are simple training practices that anyone can do, but in case of some problems, you should definitely consult a professional trainer.

Funny dog prictures

This is an article I found when surfing on the internet, and it’s really funny! Some famous people have a remarkable resemblance with a couple of dog breeds.

10 Mr. T / Chinese Crested Dog

9 Rosie O’Donnell / King Charles Spaniel

(actually, I found this one on Snarkywood, but they sure do look alike!)

8 Shaquille O’Neill / Great Dane

7 Janet Jackson / Toy Poodle

6 Brad Pitt / Schnauzer

5 Bob Marley / Puli

4 Dom DeLuise / English Bulldog

3 Barbra Streisand / Barsoi

2 Larry King / French Bulldog

1 George W. Bush / Pug

Dog collars and leashes that satisfy your doggies’ needs

You can never own a dog but not buy him dog collars. leashes, or harness, these are necessary to a dog just like clothes and shoes to human beings.  In koopypet store, we supply a series of dog products, such as dog clothes, dog collars, flashing dog leashes, dog tags and many other pet products.
Today I want to introduce a kind of leather dog collar, which is made of real leather, and provide a comfortable feeling for your doggie when wearing it, no more worry about the skin disease, as we know, genuine leather would guarantee your doggie’s health.  Here is the picture, let’s have a look at:

This hand-made dog collar is very durable and frim, you can see the uncluttered  stitch alongside the leather, and the stud in it, all of these make the collar feel very comfortable to wear.
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Pomeranian–most popular doggies in USA

Pomeranian is very popular dog breeds in the united states, the breed is thought to have acquired its name by association with the area known as Pomeranian which is located in northern Poland and Germany along the Baltic Sea. Although not the origin of the breed, this area is credited with the breeding which led to the original Pomeranian type of dog. Proper documentation was lacking until the breed’s introduction into the UK.

A normal Pomeranian can live for 12-15 years, they are typically a very friendly and lively breed of dog. They love to be around their owners and are known to be protective of them. They bond quickly with their owners, and can suffer from separation anxiety if not trained to spend time alone.  Pomeranians are intelligent dogs, respond well to training, and can be very successful in getting what they want from their owners.
Pomeranians are alert and aware of changes in their environment and barking at new stimuli can develop into a habit of barking excessively in any situation. They are somewhat defensive of their territory and will thus bark when they encounter any outside noises. So prepare anti-barking dog collars are very important when you have a Pomeranian at home, because you will never know what kind of things stimulate your puppy, and then you will have to hear him barking.
Pomeranians have a thick double coat, and while grooming is not difficult, breeders recommend that it be done daily because of the thickness of the coat and the constant shedding. The outer coat is long, straight, and harsh in texture while the undercoat is soft, thick and short. The coat knots and tangles easily, particularly when the undercoat is being shed, which happens twice a year. So you don’t have to buy him winter dog clothes because they are warm enouth to defend the cold weather, but you need to buy grooming things to handle his thick coat.
One of my friends has a Pomeranian at home, which likes to sleep in plush dog toys very much, he once bought very comfortable dog beds for Pomeranian, but it ignored the bed, very funny thing is the pomeranian sleeps very unlady, you can image, all legs straights out and show her furry skin in breast.

winter dog clothes

The winter is almost here and the days continue to get colder. This means you’ll have to have new winter clothes for your precious pups for the winter season. We have found winter dog clothesto keep them warm on their cold winter walks and gala clothes for all the up coming holiday parties. Woof! Woof! WhooHoo!We have many beatiful and fashion dog T-shirts, as the season has passed, we stock many winter dog coats here for your choice. The latest trend in fashion these days is dressing small dogs in the hottest small dog clothing of the season, and for this winter season it is all about holiday fashions and warm stylish winter coats. It looks like Pink and Black and Pink and Brown will remain the hot color trends for dogs this season. This could change as fashion is known to do that. I will keep you posted on that. Come back often to see the new things we have added.
Small dog clothing and accessories are just so cute, you just can’t help wanting to dress your babies in the very best latest dog fashion for the holidays. There are so many adorable styles to choose from, that no matter what your taste in dog fashion may be, or what the holiday is, there are always very stylish small dog clothing and accessories for both the girlie girl small dog and the studly stud small dog.
This is made of fleece material, which would make your doggies feel very comfortable and warm in winter.

How to stop your dog from peeing in the house

Are you upset about you doggie peeing in the house? Here are some ways to correct him:
  • Have him checked by your vet:
    If this is a recent development with a dog that has never exhibited this type of behaviour the best thing you can do is take him to the vet. It is possible that he may have a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) that causes his incontinence. There can be many other medical reasons for this behaviour – a friend of mine has a cat that sometime pees inside the house a few times per day and on other days not at all. Nobody could figure out why she did this until he chanced upon a vet who had a cat with the same problem.
    It turned out his cat suffers from epilepsy and she pees whenever she has an epileptic episode.
  • Do not shout, rant or rave at him:
    This is counter productive and will make the problem worse, not better.
  • Do not rub his nose in it:
    All this will do is teach him that when he does pee he will be punished. This will make it more likely that he will hide from you and go to different parts of the house to pee or poop. He needs to know that pooping or peeing is fine and that he’s allowed to do it – outside.
  • You can prevent the habit forming by neutering (ouch!)
    Neutering at an early age can prevent the habit forming, or can stop marking behaviour. Of course neutering is not always an option should you want him to breed, but please discuss this with your vet before taking any irreversible action.
  • Try the Supervision Method
    Try to catch him in the act. Dogs learn (much as humans do) by operational conditioning. Watch your dog closely when he starts exhibiting signs that he might be thinking of marking. Such signs can include sniffing, or circling in spots where he has marked before. When he starts to lift his leg make some noise to distract him and get his attention. Giving him a clear “NO” command and diverting his attention will distract him and, if he was going to mark, will change his mind. If he really needs to pee, take him outside to play ball or something, and he will do it outside the house.
  • Remember to be consistent.
    Treat him the same way every time you see him exhibiting marking symptoms, or attempting to mark. I cannot stress the fact enough that at no time should you shout at him, or hit him – you will only make the problem worse.
In order to speed up the learning process be sure to lavish praise upon him when he pees where you want him to. Your dog learns fastest from your positive responses to his behaviour. If the neighbours aren’t looking at you like you’re crazy when you praise him for peeing and pooping in the garden then you’re probably not praising enough. Make a HUGE fuss every time he gets it right.
Dogs LOVE treats and if you praise and reward enough they get the message and will repeat the behavior that got them the treat.
  • To crate or not to crate
    Remember, dogs are den animals and a healthy dog will not pee or poop where it sleeps. A dog that is confined in a dog crate and is then forced to soil its own sleeping place will not be a happy dog. He will think you wanted to punish rather than protect him. If however, your dog regards the crate as a place of safety where it can sleep unmolested and safe, then crating is beneficial.
  • What about pee pads?
    Make sure the pads you use are large enough for your dog (Don’t expect a Great Dane to be able to pee on a pad intended for a Chihuahua!) and if you decide to use pads then be sure to praise and reward when your dog uses them.

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Thursday, 27 September 2012

How to stop a dog barking

Barking is a normal behaviour for a dog and it is not at all fair or realistic to expect your dog not to bark at all. But that being said, constant barking is not acceptable and it is a good idea to train your dog from a young age so that he does not bark continually. It is important that your puppy doesn’t bark for no reason, and you should help him learn to stop barking, or your neighbor would feel very upset about your doggie. Firstly, you should know what makes your dog bark,
Dogs bark for several reasons. They might be bored, frustrated, playing, guarding you or simply asking for attention. Sometimes, it has been accidentally trained when the dog was very young – perhaps a fuss was made of the dog when it was a puppy and gave an adorable little bark, and it learnt that it got plenty of attention when it barked. Dogs might also bark because of separation anxiety, and this is especially true for puppies.
Way to sovle the problem:
Although it doesn’t feel like the most proactive method of training a puppy to stop barking, ignoring it can be one of the most effective ways. As already mentioned, one of the most common reasons for a puppy to bark is anxiety at being left alone, as in the past it would have been used to having its mother and the rest of the litter around.
Distract them:
If your puppy is kept busy a lot of the time, it will be much less likely to bark. However, distraction is more a method of prevention rather than cure. If your puppy has dog toys to keep it occupied when you need to leave the room, it will likely to be much more content and keep quiet for longer.
Another method of distraction involves making a noise to startle the dog and put it off what it was doing – in this case, barking. This can be as easy as banging a cupboard door, and then immediately carrying on with what you were doing. This breaks your dog’s concentration and interrupts his barking. The idea is that he associates the noise with his barking and not you.
Walk them:
Exercise is a great solution to stop barking in a dog or puppy. If your dog has been left alone for a long time or has been in the house all day, it could well be frustrated or barking out of boredom. Frequently, a nice long walk will help to relax both you and your dog, and when you get back home, your dog will most likely curl up and go to sleep. Playing with a puppy and getting it to run around inside the house will have the same effect. Don’t forget to buy him a fashion dog collar and walk him with a new dog leash, which would also excite him!

If you cat likes you, she will act these……

Many of us grow up with the company of dogs and cats, and have a very deep affection with them, we treat them like family, buy them pet products, provide them cat beds, dog collars, and many others dog things or cat things, but  can you tell that if you cat is loving you or just treating you like a food dispenser.
Rubbing on you. Cats have glands that allow them to secrete oils to make anything they rub against smell familiar. These are concentrated in the head area, which is why cats rub their heads on the corners of furniture, for example. But when your cat rubs on or head butts you, it’s more than just putting her smell on you; it’s her way of claiming you as her own. Just be thankful she does it with rubbing, not spraying!
Choosing to sit on you (or beside you). Cats love warm sleeping places, like your lap, but comfort isn’t the only motive that drives your cat to choose a spot to sit or lie in. The back of the couch next to your head or your computer keyboard while you cruise the Internet or your newspaper when you’re trying to read may not be the most comfortable spot in the house … and yet your cat is right there, all the time. See my point? When your cat chooses being next to you over being someplace more comfy, well, there you go: It’s love.
Holding eye contact and sharing a blink. Cats find eye contact uncomfortable, but they’ll make it and hold it with people they know, like and trust, like you! When you have eye contact with your cat, if you can slowly blink and see her blink too, then you’ve just been kissed, kitty-style. That doesn’t happen to everyone, and if your cat will do it for you, it’s a sign that you’re special to her.
Bringing you presents. If your cat hunts you may have seen pieces of her prey — a mouse head here, or a grasshopper body there — left in places where you could find them, such as on your pillow. It’s not some Godfather-style threat to find a mouse head in your bed, though. It’s your cat, looking out for you. She doesn’t know that you don’t eat mice, and she can’t imagine why you wouldn’t want to — they’re delicious!
Purring. I’ll bet you knew this one already. Purring is a sign of friendliness, and that’s why most people are familiar with this particular sign of cat affection. But cats will also purr when they’re injured or even dying,  sometimes loving, sometimes pleading, and always self-settling. Yes, that’s all true, but it’s also true that there’s a special kind of purr saved for loved ones, a deep, full-bodied rumble that couldn’t say “I love you” more.
See? It’s all pretty subtle, but I bet now that you know the signs, you can see that your cat has been sending them all along!

Choose the right pet products for you dog

When you bring a pet home, training your dog is the first thing you need to do, and at this moment,  you need the right equipment to do it! It’s easy enough to find dog training collars, leashes, leads and harnesses in pet stores, and the Internet makes it even easier. The Internet offers a wide selection of dog collars, leashes and other dog training equipment, usually at a lower cost than buying the collars and leashes from a pet store. Many sites will offer free shipping on your order. Koopypet company offers a wide selection of cheap dog clothes, dog collars, flashing dog leashes, and it is specializing in pet products wholesale.
Dog collars and leashes are manufactured in a variety of styles for different training purposes. It is important for the dog owner to be informed of the uses of the different types of training collars, leashes and harnesses in order to make an informed decision on the best fit and style for your dog, especially if you plan on training your dog on your own at home.
The ideal fit should allow for a one to three fingers space between the collar and and the dog’s neck. The finger space will depend on the breed and size of your dog.
  • If your dog is small, (under 20 pounds), a one finger’s space should be sufficient.
  • If you have an average, medium-sized to large dog, two-fingers should fit between the dog’s collar and the dog’s neck.
  • For a large to X-Large dog, depending again on the breed of the dog and the size of the dog, there should be a two to three-finger fit between the dog collar and the dog’s neck.

8 Types of Dog Training Collars

As there are so many dog collars on the market, how should we choose and do  you know how many kinds are there? Here let’s have a look at these dog collars.

  • 1Buckle Collar: As the name suggests, this collar is fastened using a buckle. It is usually made of leather, nylon or cotton and could be rolled or flat. Like many collars, this one is adjustable.
    Round buckle collars have the main advantage of eliminating the possibility of hair breaking.
    A buckle collar will usually remain on the dog at all times once it has been buckled tight enough that the dog cannot remove it by slipping over it’s ears. There should be enough room to put two of your fingers under the collar.
    A new breakaway buckle dog collar is now on the market that allows the dog to break loose from it’s collar should it become entangle by an obstacle such as a fence or tree branch.
  • 2Illusion Dog Collar: This collar was designed my the famous dog trainer, Cesar Millan. If you have never watched his show on the National Geographic channel, you really should. I recommend this type of collar for dog training for most dogs.
    This collar should only be used by dogs over 18 pounds and with neck sizes over 13-inches in circumference. It is nor recommended for dogs with elongated necks, such as a grey hound as they tend to pull back out of the collar.
  • 3Martingale Dog Collar A martingale collar is a special type of dog collar that is more suited for dogs with elongated necks, or that have necks larger than their heads, such as greyhounds and whippets.
    Herding dogs, such as the Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog and the Sheltie, are another type of dog that tends to pull out of their collars. This makes the martingale collar a perfect candidate for most herding breeds.
    The martingale collar also work well for very small dogs and puppies that are being trained to wear their first collar.
    A martingale collar is made with two loops. Properly fit, the collar should be comfortably loose when not in use. There are two loops on the martingale collar. The large loop is placed around the dogs neck and adjusted to fit loosely.There are two slides of hardware on the collar. When the control loop is pulled, the two slides pull close together, to the correct fit of the dogs neck. Do not let the two slides touch. They keep the dog comfortable, yet secure at the same time, but you don’t want to choke the dog. The leash is then clipped to the D ring on the small loop. When the dog tries to pull their head out of the collar, the tension on the leash pulls the small loop taunt, which makes the large loop smaller and tighter on the neck– preventing escape.
    When adjusted properly the dog is never choked, while the collar remains snug on the dog’s neck (just behind the ears) until the pressure is released.
    The problem with a martingale dog collar is that they create a danger to your dog if left on all of the time. If you plan to leave the collar on 24/7, then the collar should be adjusted so that the dog doesn’t choke if caught on something. This will cause the small loop to tighten and the dog will not be able to release himself.
    Note: A dog that is crated should not be wearing a collar while alone in the crate.
  • 4Choke Collar This is the most commonly used metal ring collar for the jerk-and-praise method of dog training. In this method, the dog will be given a yank whenever he disobeys a command.
    The size of the collar is very important in choke dog collars. If the collar is too small the dog may be choked, if it is too large the dog may easily slip it offt. The size of the collar should be enough such that it could provide both the comfort and the security.
    Many trainers advise to never use these types of collars for training, as they view them as inhumane. The majority of dog owners do not know how to use choke collars correctly and can cause harm to their pets by jerking too hard and choking the dog.
    The choke collar comes in several varieties, one of which is the prong choke collar. The prong choke collar will poke through the fur to the skin of the dog and can be advantageous for dogs with really thick fur. The pronged choke collars look quite barbaric in appearance, however, if used for the training purposes they were designed for, can work very well.
    Anyone who is thinking about purchasing a dog choke collar, or a pronged choke collar, but hasn’t had the proper training in using one correctly, might consider using a martingale dog collar instead.
  • 5The Dog Harness Using a dog harness as a collar gives the dog owner greater control over their dog, especially for training purposes, as they prevent the dog from pulling. They are easy to put on and remove because of the way they have been constructed. Harnesses are used for all sorts of dog breeds in order to gain more control over their animals. Previously they were only designed for working dogs.
    There are a variety of designs for the harness dog collar. Choosing one would be determined by the type of use the owner has planned for the dog. A dog harness can be used for training purposes; assisting the disabled or the blind; hauling a sled or a cart; hauling humans in rescue situations; or for pulling humans in such cold weather activities as skijoring or pulka,
    Many handlers choose a padded harness with a wide chest plate, especially for large working dogs. This type of harness gives greater control for the handler and is more comfortable for the dog.
    Because the dog harness fits around the dogs chest it is important to take the chest measurements to ensure a proper fit.
    Dog Harness collars also work well for small breeds such as Pugs, Boston Terriers, Jack Russells and Bull Dogs, as these feisty smaller breeds have short necks and small heads that can easily slip out of a traditional dog collar. Traditional buckle dog collars for these breeds should only be used as a fashion accessory and to hold their ID tags.
  • 6Dog Head Collars or Head Harness The head collars/halters are dog collars that are fitted to wrap around the muzzle and the neck of the dog. These types of dog collars are used for greater control over large, strong. aggressive dogs that tend to lunge or attack.
    Head collars are not a muzzle. The dog still has the ability to open his mouth to eat, bark, fetch or bite.
    These types of dog collars should not be used with a leash longer than 6-feet.
  • 7Electronic Dog Collars This type of dog collar does exactly what it says. It uses electronic signals to eliminate the undesirable behaviors of the dog. For example, there are Anti-Bark Dog Collars that deliver a small shock or a vibration every time the dog barks.
    Some of the anti-bark dog collars use a small microphone to detect the barking, then are activated by the sound. The down side of this type of electronic dog collar is that they can be activated by other sounds that are close by, defeating the purpose of training the dog by is own bark.
    Others electronic collars use a patented technology to sense both the sound and the vibration of the dog’s vocal cords to trigger the electrical impulse.
    Electronic dog collars are also used as invisible fences for dogs. Activators are inserted around the perimeter of the yard that will signal a shock whenever the dog tries to go beyond his allotted perimeter. The dog quickly learns where he can go and where he can’t go. Once he has learned he cannot leave his space, usually the device can be removed.
    The downside to these electronic dog collars is that often large aggressive dogs don’t care if they get shocked if there is something beyond their perimeter that they want to chase after.
  • 8Anti-Barking Dog Collars As already mentioned in #7 – Electronic Dog Collars, most of your antibarking dog collars use electronic devices to deliver shocks to the animal when he starts barking. There many other types of ant-barking devices on the market and I will list a few of them here.
    Citronella Anti-Bark Collars – The new citronella anti-barking collar is claimed to be a safe, humane and effective way to stop dogs from barking by delivering a mist of citronella spray on the dogs nose. The theory is that because the dogs dislike being sprayed in the face, they dislike the smell and taste of citronella, and the hissing sound of the mister startles them, it will train them to stop their incessant barking. The marketers that promote this product claim that it is twice as effective as using a shock collar.
    The manufacturers state that the citronella anti-barking collar will not work on small dogs with high pitch, yippy barks as the device will not pick up these high pitched sounds.
    I have not used this product, as I believe in training dogs properly so as not to need any product to stop barking. In this day and age many dogs get left at home for very long periods of time because of the owner’s long working hours. Often dogs that haven’t been trained correctly will engage in barking incessantly out of sheer boredom, or from separation anxiety. In these types of situations I do not believe that the citronella anti-barking collar will be effective until the anxiety problems have been addressed. I also do not think that this is the solution to very aggressive dogs. This is just my personal opinion.

Walk your doggies for these reasons

1. To allow the dog to relieve himself.
2. For the physical activity that every dog needs for it’s ultimate health.
3. Walking your dog is an experience that contributes to the bonding process between dog and owner.
Choose a good quality dog collar is necessary when walking your dog, and if you like to walk with him at nignt time, then a flashing dog leash in indispensable, enjoy the good time.

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Funny–Dog Yoga

As yoga is more and more popular these days, there are only a small amount of people who haven’t experienced it, I went to yoga class last year very often, it is really useful to help us calm down and relax, although I like fitball yoga more. To dogs, they are also doing  yoga, believe it or not, it’s true.
During dog yoga, owners go through stretches and try to put their dogs into some basic yoga poses. The pet parent and their companion work as one unit. They practice deep breathing and all movements are slow. Nothing is fast. Nothing is loud. This can also cultivate an affection between dogs and owners, just like play with dogs using a plush dog toy or any other activities that need interactions.

At the start of each class, the companions gather in a circle on yoga mats. First, the group does breathing exercises. The dogs become relaxed and in tune with their pet parent’s energy. Soon there is a calm and peaceful energy which fills the room. Then the participants move into the yoga poses.

For example;
Wheel Pose: The pet parent moves into the Wheel Pose. Once secure and balanced the Yoga instructor or’a class partner will place the dog (if it is small) on the belly of their companion. The dog and pet parent breathe and it is surprising, their breath aligns and they almost breathe as one.

Or my favorite poses, since I had been doing this for years as I meditated:
Corpse Pose: After a good work out, it is time for dog and pet parent to pause and deeply connect. The human lies in corpse pose, but with one arm extended out to their side. Their companion nestles into their parent’s arm and body. How peaceful they are. My dogs and I have been doing this for many years. I swear it is as important for them as it is for me.

The dog yoga class is mostly for the pet parent and a little bit of yoga for the dogs. There’s only so much you can do with the dogs because they come in so many different sizes and temperaments. It has to be mentioned that some of the dogs will spend the whole class roaming the yoga studio, but that is ok. The dog yoga enthusiast emphasis is on the union between pet parent and dog.
So dog owners, don’t always leave your dogs  indoor, bring them to yoga studio,  they would find more fun than staying in dog beds or dog houses all day.

Run together with your dogs

If you have an energetic dog at home, you will have to walk him or run with him very often, or he will bark to express his energy.
Be careful–not every kind of dog is born to run
If your dog has a lot of energy – you go for a really long walk or spend an hour at the dog park and he’s still raring to go – you’re probably ready to start a running program with your pooch, says Servadio. But every dog isn’t built to run and some aren’t in good enough shape to run.
Short-snouted dogs like Pugs or Bulldogs typically don’t make great running partners because they can’t breath as well and tend to overheat faster. Running is also not advised for oversized breeds, think Great Danes or Rottweilers, because they tend to age quicker and running can put unnecessary stress on their joints. In high temperatures, dogs with undercoats like Golden Retrievers can overheat easily. That said, some breeds are built to run – Vizslas, Rhodesian Ridgebacks and Weimaraners for example. Mutts also make some of the best running partners – to assess their potential, compare their characteristics to other breeds.
Just to be safe, consult your vet before you take any dog out with you for the first time. Some dogs may be overweight or have hip problems or other underlying health issues that make them unfavorable running partners. Puppies aren’t always the best candidates either. Even though their energy is high, some experts caution against running with puppies since they are still growing. Though as long as you don’t have to push them, a few short sprints on a walk could be a good way to burn off steam and help get them used to picking up speed.
Getting Started
After choosing the right fitness partner, you guys need to start. Ok, prepare a durable dog leash for your friend, in case he is too fast for you to keep up with. This is very useful and necessary, you can never lose your leash at any time, or you will have the risk of losing your doggie. It is best if the dog acts well when running, for you two can have a great time together, but if your dog hasn’t been trained, he will rush forwards and ignores the leash in your hand, you will feel very embarrassed at that time. So choose the trained one to be your fitness partner is very important.
Staying Safe
The most important thing to remember is to be aware of your dog and pay attention to signs and signals he may be giving you. If your dog is slowing down, lagging behind, panting heavier, it might be time to stop or take a break.
You should always bring water with you or run on a path that has water fountains – you don’t want to risk your dog overheating. You’d better lead generally stops every half-mile to every mile to let the dogs drink water.
After exercising
Ok, you two have exercised enough, just go back home and have a good shower, expecially when your doggie sweats a lot, stinky smell would come out if you don’t clean him timely, then prepare a comfortable dog bed for him,  what a wonderful day!

pet products

New products for winter

Good news, we have many new plush dog toys here for Christmas, you have plenty of time to choose and place order, come here and have a good look, your doggie must very like these.

This shape is designed according to dogs’ favorite, haha, I bet they love it. And it comes into several colars, the plush material with the rope string makes it very comfortable and safety for dogs to play.
Here is a kind of winter dog clothes I would like to introduce to you, this is a hot seller in our company, it is very warm for dogs in winter for the fleece material inside and waterproof clothe outside, come and see if you like it: