Dog Trainers – Dog Do Right http://dogdoright.com/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 07:43:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 http://dogdoright.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-5-150x150.png Dog Trainers – Dog Do Right http://dogdoright.com/ 32 32 How technology is helping people train their pets http://dogdoright.com/how-technology-is-helping-people-train-their-pets/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 07:43:21 +0000 http://dogdoright.com/how-technology-is-helping-people-train-their-pets/

Pets are like family. We love and care for them and they return the favor by being loyal and always happy to see us. But caring for a pet can be a lot of work. They need to be fed, watered, exercised and given a lot of attention. And if you have a dog, you have to clean up after him too. Luckily, there are ways to make caring for your pet easier. You can teach them to behave well and even do some of the work for you. Here are some pet training tips that will make your life easier.

GPS dog collar and wireless virtual fence

If you’re looking for a way to stop your dog from running away, a GPS dog collar is a great option. A GPS dog collar is a collar with an integrated GPS tracker. With this tracker you can build a virtual fence around your property. When your dog crosses the border of the virtual fence, you will receive a notification on your phone. A wireless virtual fence is a great option for people who have a large property or live in a rural area. You can try using a halo collar to get your dog to stay within the set boundaries. When choosing a GPS dog collar, be sure to choose one that is comfortable for your dog to wear and has a long battery life.

Training Tutorials

Training your pet can be a lot easier if you have some help. There are many online training tutorials that can teach you how to train your dog or cat. You can find tutorials for obedience training, tricks, and even potty training. If you’re not sure where to start, search “dog training tutorials” or “cat training tutorials” on YouTube. There are also many books that can help you train your pet. It is important to choose a training method that you are comfortable with and that you feel will work best for your pet. Choose tutorials or a book that uses positive reinforcement as it is the most effective way to train a pet.

Hire a trainer online

If you are having trouble training your pet yourself, you can always hire a trainer. A professional trainer can help you with obedience training, tricks, and any other behavior problems you have. They can also help you socialize your pet if they have problems with other animals. You can find trainers online or at pet stores. When hiring a trainer, make sure you do your research and read reviews. Make sure you hire a reputable trainer who can help you train your pet effectively.

Online Training Seminars

Another great way to train your pet is by attending an online training seminar. These seminars are usually led by experts in the field of pet education. They can give you tips and advice on how to train your pet effectively. You can usually find these seminars on websites or in pet stores. When choosing a seminar, be sure to select one that is led by a reputable trainer and covers the issues you are struggling with. Some online seminars even offer certification upon completion. This can be a great way to show potential employers that you are serious about training your pet and that you have the skills to do so. It can also help you find a job in the pet industry if you are interested.

training blogs

There are many pet training blogs out there, and it can be difficult to know which ones to trust. When it comes to training your pet, you want to make sure you are getting the best information possible so you can have a well-behaved pet. Choose blogs written by certified animal behaviorists or trainers and avoid blogs that only contain personal anecdotes. If you’re looking for a place to start, you can find a blog that covers the basics of pet training, like housebreaking, obedience, and socialization. From there, you can branch out and find blogs that focus on more specific topics like agility training or clicker training. When reading a pet training blog, consider the author’s qualifications, the approach they are using, and whether or not they seem to be having success with it. Also, pay attention to how often the blog is updated – you don’t want to waste your time reading outdated information. Finally, make sure the blog is user-friendly and easy to navigate; You should be able to find what you are looking for quickly and easily.

Contact a professional online

If you are unsure of the best way to train your pet, you should seek professional advice online. There are many reputable animal behaviorists and trainers who can offer guidance and support tailored to your specific situation. When looking for someone to advise, be sure to check their qualifications and reviews from other clients. It’s also important that you feel comfortable communicating with the person of your choice, as you need to be able to openly discuss your pet’s behavior and progress.

Develop a training plan

After consulting with a professional or doing your own research, it’s time to develop a training plan. This includes deciding what specific behaviors you want to target, what training methods you use, and what type of schedule you follow. Below are some factors to consider when developing your plan.

The first step in developing a training plan is figuring out which behaviors you want to focus on. This will help you determine which training methods you should use. Many pet parents choose to focus on basic obedience behaviors such as sit, stay, place, come and leave. Other popular behaviors include housecleaning, crate training, leash walking, and manners (jumping up, munching/sipping, etc.).

Next you need to decide which training methods you will use. There are a variety of methods, and which one you choose will likely depend on your pet’s personality and learning style, as well as your own preferences. Some popular methods include clicker training, operant conditioning, desensitization and counterconditioning, and shaping.

Finally, remember that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to pet training. The methods you use and the schedule you follow will be unique to your situation. Be patient, be consistent and most importantly, have fun! Training should be a positive experience for both you and your pet.

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Will you get a jail sentence if you let your dog poop in someone’s yard? http://dogdoright.com/will-you-get-a-jail-sentence-if-you-let-your-dog-poop-in-someones-yard/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 22:49:23 +0000 http://dogdoright.com/will-you-get-a-jail-sentence-if-you-let-your-dog-poop-in-someones-yard/

There is no better feeling than having a best friend who sleeps, eats your food and loves to cuddle all the time. Especially if it’s your dog, we’re talking about your fur babies. The only setback is cleaning up after them or going for a walk when you’re exhausted.

However, they can’t just say no, if they need to do their business, you need to turn them off. So we got curious, if you walk your dog, is it okay to let him do his business anywhere? Neighbors’ yards, schools, parks, whatever. Is it legal to leave your number two dog on other properties?

Is it legal to let your dog poop in a school?

Funnily enough it turns out that a lot of these rules are up to the schools in question, but usually they don’t mind if you walk your dog in the fields or in the school yard, you just have to clean up after them, so pack some poop bags.

Is it legal to let your dog poop in local parks?

In some parks, dogs are not allowed in certain areas, in others, dogs are strictly forbidden, you must comply with them. However, at parks that allow dogs, you’re free to let your dog do its business wherever it pleases, hopefully just not at someone’s picnic. All you’re asked to do is pick it up and throw it in the trash.

Is it legal to let your dog poop at your neighbors?

If your dog takes the number 2 in your neighbor’s yard, it could cause serious problems. Assuming it’s not illegal to let your dog go into their yard, it’s illegal not to pick them up as above. If at any time your neighbor asks you not to let your dog on their property, this is considered trespassing and they may be able to take matters into their own hands if they feel threatened by you or your pet. Again no, it’s not illegal, it’s illegal not to pick it up and can result in a fine of up to $250 for each violation.

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10 Pokémon that would make the best pets, from psychic cats to fire dogs http://dogdoright.com/10-pokemon-that-would-make-the-best-pets-from-psychic-cats-to-fire-dogs/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 19:00:00 +0000 http://dogdoright.com/10-pokemon-that-would-make-the-best-pets-from-psychic-cats-to-fire-dogs/

One of the big issues in the Pokemon Franchise is the bond of friendship that can form between humans and Pokémon. Many Trainers use this bond to bring out the true power of their Pokémon as they challenge the various leagues to become the top Pokémon Trainers in their region. Others like to feature their partners in competitions or try to complete all of the entries in their handheld encyclopedia, the Pokédex.


Related: 10 of the Weirdest and Most Bizarre PokemonHowever, sometimes people just want to have a Pokémon around the house as a companion. With over 900 species and more to come with the release of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Later this month there are plenty of cute, thoughtful, and helpful Pokémon that could fit into a domestic role.

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Furfrou

Alouette brushes her Furfrou's fur

Given the Kalos region’s obsession with beauty and culture, it’s no surprise they want to show off their creative expression through Pokémon. One of the most popular Pokemon for this was Furfrou, a shaggy Normal-type resembling a poodle. This thick fur protects Furfrou from physical attacks, but they allow it to be trimmed by someone they trust.

Furfrou’s long coat makes it ideal for trimming and coloring into different styles. Nine different forms are popular in the various Pokémon regions, dating back to ancient times when aristocrats competed with each other to style their furfrou best. Due to the speed at which Furfrous fur grows, they only last a few days, so it’s best reserved for special events.

Glameow

A battle-ready Glameow with a special guest appearance by Gallade

While there are many cat-type Pokémon out there, none quite balances the joys and frustrations that come with owning a cat like Glameow. The aptly named Catty Pokémon has the ability to be very fickle and mischievous towards its trainers. When not being fed or cared for, he doesn’t hesitate to show his frustration with claws or a hypnotic stare.

Related: 10 Pokemon With Surprisingly Dark Pokédex EntriesProper grooming of Glameow will be rewarded with lots of purring and affection. The happiest Glameow will twirl their long tails like a ribbon and invite their owners to a special dance to show their gratitude. As it evolves, it grows into the large and muscular Purugly, but its coat is said to be even prettier than velvet

Whine

A yamper looking up as food is placed in front of it

This adorable Corgi Pokémon is very popular in the British-inspired Galar region for its energy. They love chasing moving targets as this helps them release electrical energy which they store in their tail, making them popular as herding Pokémon. It also builds quite an appetite, so Yamper expects plenty of food in return.

Yamper also possesses a unique ability called Ball Fetch, reflecting his playful and active nature. This means that if a Trainer fails to catch a wild Pokémon for the first time, Yamper will be fast enough to snatch the Poké Ball before it breaks. Although Yamper requires a lot of monitoring and space to run, it can be a very worthwhile investment.

meow

Team Rocket's Meowth stands on a street with a wide open smile.

While the Cat-Scratch Pokémon’s title might be off-putting to some, there are many benefits to bringing a Meowth into your home. While inactive during the day, Meowth patrols its territory at night for shiny things, especially coins. This sometimes puts it at odds with Murkrow, where the winner gets to add the treasure to their treasure.

See also: 10 times the Pokémon anime broke our heartsWhen a Meowth trusts someone enough, they’re willing to share their coins as a token of friendship. However, if Kanto-Meowth still doesn’t do it for you, there are two other versions that come from Alola and Galar. These Dark and Steel-type meowths don’t share their treasure with you, but their different appearances and personalities offer greater variety.

snubbull

Maame Muchmoney's Snubble, identified by her two pink bows

They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, and Snubbull is a textbook example of that adage. While this fairy type has an intimidating appearance, he’s actually very shy and will only growl to put up a brave front to avoid a fight. In fact, Snubbull is upset that most of the Pokémon are running away from them and would love to make friends.

So when a trainer adopts a Snubbull, they take the chance to show their loving and playful side. It develops a strong attachment to its trainer, which includes overcoming his normally shy nature to protect him from harm. Still, it’s best to keep them away from other dog-like Pokemon as they’re still not good at standing up for themselves.

Skitty

A Skitty smiling broadly

Although most Pokémon are elemental-themed creatures possessing incredible powers, some resemble the animals they are based on more than others. An example is Skitty, a silly pink cat obsessed with moving targets. Often this is their own tail, which they chase in circles until they get dizzy.

Also see: Ash’s 10 Best Traveling Companions in Pokémon AnimeThis adorable habit and Skitty’s lack of aggressiveness make them an ideal companion for cat lovers. If its Hyperactivity is too great, a Moonstone evolves it into Delcatty and significantly mitigates it. When it comes to combat, it has access to a diverse movepool ranging from shooting ice and illuminating to healing itself and allies with a wish.

meowst

Gym Leader Olympia with her male and female Meowstic

First appearing in the French-like region of Kalos, the Psychic-type Espurr is an adorable gray cat that can be identified by its large eyes and down-turned ears. Raising one can be a bit tricky because when their ears are raised they can release a large, uncontrolled blast of psychic energy. When it evolves into Meowstic, it gains control over its powers and new appearances based on its gender.

Male and female Meowstic not only differ in their inverted colors and coat styles, but also in their personalities. Males tend to make better pets due to their strong protective nature, but females have their fans thanks to their assertive attitude and better offensive skills. Both sexes are ready to unleash their psychic powers when they or their loved ones are threatened, and the ability to move things with your mind is a great help when it comes to chores around the house.

Growlith

A growlith that pants and looks cute

The partner of the Pokémon world’s police officer, Jenny, Growlithe is a pup who is known for her loyalty. This Fire-type will fight fiercely to defend its territory and loved ones, even challenging Pokémon much larger than itself. Its sense of smell is even strong enough to detect emotions, so it knows when to approach its trainer to come to his aid when he feels down.

Growlithe’s love of human trainers is said to date back to the Stone Age, making it one of the first Pokémon to bond with humans. This makes it one of the easiest Pokemon to bond with from the wild. If all of that still isn’t enough, then when you give him a flint, Growlithe evolves into Arcanine, which is big enough to carry his trainer and run up to 6200 miles in a day.

Lilliput

A happy lilipup

If you’re interested in a canine Pokémon but don’t want to deal with Growlithe’s fire, Lillipup might be more your style. This other Whelp Pokémon shares Growlith’s loyalty to its trainer and bravery in battle. However, because he’s Normal-type, he doesn’t get into fights as easily as Growlithe, and will back down from fights he can’t win.

Lillipup’s loyalty and usefulness grows with each evolution. As a Herdier, it’s willing to help its trainer raise other Pokémon, although the downside is that their new fur coats require excessive maintenance. Finally, as a Stoutland, he is large enough to act as a rescue dog but gentle enough to take care of human infants.

Eevee

Eevee surrounded by its eight evolutions in Pokemon anime

Eevee has long been the poster child for Pokémon’s concept of evolving into stronger forms. This adorable fox-cat hybrid has highly unstable DNA that allows it to adapt to almost any environment. Currently, Eevee can evolve into eight different forms using methods such as evolution stones and a deep love for her trainer.

These options allow each Eevee trainer to develop their furry friend in a way that suits their lifestyle and needs. Some of them include the affectionate Sylveon, who hugs his sneakers with ribbon-like feelers, Flareon, who can help regulate the heat around him, and Leafeon, whose affinity for plants can help with gardens. Whether it evolves or not, Eevee is ready to shower his trainer with love and affection.

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Southampton pet shop hosts first aid course http://dogdoright.com/southampton-pet-shop-hosts-first-aid-course/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 18:56:27 +0000 http://dogdoright.com/southampton-pet-shop-hosts-first-aid-course/

A pet shop in Southampton is hosting a dog first aid course this weekend to ensure carers across the region are prepared should their dog require emergency assistance.

The first aid course at the Healthy Pet Store in Totton is aimed at both dog owners and canine professionals. It will cover a range of first aid scenarios including treating injuries, dressing wounds, allergic reactions, stings, poisoning, choking, seizures, CPR, hypothermia and even snake bites.

It will take place on Sunday, November 13th from 4:15pm to 8:45pm and will be hosted by Rachel Bean, who has 27 years of experience as a qualified veterinary assistant.

Deborah Burrows, Managing Director of Healthy Pet Store, explained that when a dog needs first aid, being able to respond quickly and effectively is essential for any dog ​​lover.

She said: “When you are caring for a dog there is a duty of care to guard and protect him. In order to be able to do this effectively, being able to provide basic first aid as we would a human is crucial.

“Sometimes it’s not always possible to get immediate veterinary care, which is why being able to act calmly and effectively in a canine emergency is so important to knowing what first aid is needed.

“This first aid course is a fantastic opportunity and we would love to welcome pet carers, walkers, sitters, trainers or anyone who would like to know more about canine first aid. It’s open to everyone. We have a limited number of places so we encourage people to book as soon as possible.”

Tickets can be booked at:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/canine-first-aid-with-rachel-bean-veterinary-nurse-tickets-450325263987

]]> The reaction of the service dog after falling asleep at work melts hearts: “panic” http://dogdoright.com/the-reaction-of-the-service-dog-after-falling-asleep-at-work-melts-hearts-panic/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 13:50:11 +0000 http://dogdoright.com/the-reaction-of-the-service-dog-after-falling-asleep-at-work-melts-hearts-panic/

A service dog named Oso has been melting hearts online after a video of him waking up in a panic after losing sight of his owner due to an accidental nap at work went viral on social media.

The clip, shared on TikTok by the dog’s owner on Monday under the username Osotheservicedog, shows Oso curled up in a deep sleep before his eyes open and he realizes he’s lost sight of his owner, a disabled army veteran. The dog gets up quickly and looks everywhere for its owner.

The post includes a caption reading, “If you’re a service dog, fall asleep and lose your human” and “Panic!”

An archive picture shows a service dog. A service dog that panics after a nap during work hours melts hearts online.
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It is estimated that approximately 61 million adults in the United States live with a disability, and there are approximately 500,000 service dogs nationwide, according to ShareAmerica.com.

Professional trainers working in specialized facilities can charge up to $40,000 to train a service dog, and training takes about three years. But not all dogs are suitable for the job, even 50 to 70 percent of candidates do not complete the training.

There are different types of service dogs – guide or service dogs, which are trained to assist blind or partially sighted people; hearing or signal dogs trained to warn deaf people; and psychiatric support dogs trained to help people with mental disabilities and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

There are also sensory signal dogs or social signal dogs (SSigDOG) that help people with autism. And seizure dogs trained to help people with seizure disorders.

The post quickly attracted animal lovers from across the platform, garnering over 1.7 million views and 253,900 likes so far.

One user, December Joy, commented: “Awww. He’s like I’m going to get fired. Damn!” And The Grateful Red wrote, “I literally close my eyes for 1 second!!!” Leah Arlington added, “The way he looked around was like ‘Shoot!

Another user, Sassy, ​​joked, “He’s like… ‘That’s it… I’m getting a bell for my master!'” And Mary Bish said, “That moment when you realize you fell asleep at work. ‘ Valeria wrote: ‘I will be fired for sure. No treats tonight.”

Kelly Hatch commented: “He loves you. He looks so worried when he didn’t see you.” And Tome by Tome said, “He wasn’t sleeping, just resting his eyes.” Lizzard joked, “POV: my man when we go to the store.”

news week reached out to Osotheservicedog for comment. We have not been able to verify the details of the case.

Do you have funny and adorable videos or pictures of your pet that you want to share? send them to life@newsweek.com with some details about your best friend and they could appear in our Pet of the Week lineup.

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Big numbers for the Melbourne Cup http://dogdoright.com/big-numbers-for-the-melbourne-cup/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 23:05:21 +0000 http://dogdoright.com/big-numbers-for-the-melbourne-cup/

• Over 1 million tune in to the Melbourne Cup
• Best of the Rest: Guides, (Very) Misbehaving Dogs, The Traitors

Total TV Ratings, October 25

32% increase, The block topped the night overall. 1,524,000 watched Omar and ounce managed to get their shipping container pool in the ground while arrival and Sharon was told that their pergola was not structurally sound.

home and away brought 904,000 to Summer Bay, up 22%. Dogs behave (very) badly followed by 575,000, an increase of 10%.

treasurer Jim Chalmers’ The budget speech increased by 5% with 753,000 tuning in to the Albanian government’s first budget.

The traitors up 33% with 471,000 watching as traitors Claire was shown the door. The cheap seats followed with 477,000, up 17%.

TV ratings overnight, November 1st

Primetime News
Seven messages 876,000/897,000
Nine messages 793,000/759,000
ABC News 556,000
10 News First 317,000 (5:00 p.m.)/ 76,000 (6:00 p.m.)
SBS World News 130,000 (6:30 p.m.) 111,000 (7:00 p.m.)

Daily current affairs
A current affair 568,000
7.30 459,000
The project 271,000 (6:30 p.m.)/358,000 (7:00 p.m.)
The drum 129,000

breakfast tv
Sunrise 223,000
Today 162,000
News Breakfast 164,000

Nine won the night with a 17.7% primary share and a 30.7% network share. The best multichannel was 9Gem with 218,000 views in England vs. New Zealand at the T20 World Cup, a 7.6% share.

one nine, A topical matter The show had 568,000 viewers when she traveled to the Melbourne Cup and interviewed her daughter Roxlyn Bowie after her husband john bowie was found guilty of her murder 40 years after Roxlyn’s disappearance. A repeat of travel Guide 437,000 then went on a road trip through Texas and the US Deep South.

seven home and away drew a crowd of 455,000. Dogs behave (very) badly then saw dog trainer Graem Hall perform magic in front of 342,000 spectators.

It was a big day on the 10th The Race That Stops a Nation took place despite shaking weather on the coldest race day since 1995.

1,024,000 tuned in to watch as Gold Trip and Jockey Markus Zahra won the Melbourne Cup. 10 Play viewers watched the Melbourne Cup race averaged 152,000 live stream viewers – it was 10 Play’s largest live stream audience of 2022.

This was less than the 2021 race, which was watched by 1,213,000 spectators. The 2020 race was watched by 1,410,000 spectators.

However, Melbourne Cup daytime viewership increased by 17% in 16-39 year olds and by 11% in 25-54 second year olds compared to 2021.

Later in the evening, The project (271k 6:30pm / 358k 7pm) continued the Melbourne Cup celebrations by interviewing Gold Trip coaches Ciaron Maher and David Eustacebefore chatting with the musician Vera Blue. On The traitorsthe original Traitor eventually wrapped up with 309,000 viewers Marielle was banished. The cheap seats then interviewed comedians Michael Hing before 338,000.

on the ABC, 7.30 reported the rate hike and cybersecurity hacks to 459,000 viewers. Marc Fenell‘s TV version of his podcast Stuff The British Stole debuted at 444,000 and considered the history of the Koh i Noor diamond. Magda’s big national health check then revealed chronic disease epidemic in Australia for 413,000.

The highest rated show on SBS was Unimaginable: The secret business of human breedingwhich attracted 139,000 spectators.