Articles about treat
Treats are a valuable training tool, one of the best training tools ever invented. However, treats are probably the most mis-used training tool around. Many people sneer at the use of treats because they see so many dogs who won't obey a single command unless they are shown a treat first. They also observe that many dogs who are "treat trained" seem impossibly unruly. Well, it's not the treats, it's the way they are being used that is the problem.
Dogs jumping up on people is one of the more annoying common dog behaviors. In addition to being annoying, this behavior is potentially dangerous to the people being jumped on. Many people struggle to stop their dogs from jumping up on people. Here we go over why dogs jump and what to do and not to do about it.
The demonization of fat in the human diet has slowly leaked over to the pet store. Go in any pet store and you'll see treats announcing themselves as low in fat as a selling point. Low fat dog foods multiply on the shelves as the solution to unwanted weight gain. But is low fat appropriate and healthy for dogs?
Unfortuntately, CCL injuries are all too common in dogs. After a CCL injury most owners find themselves struggling to make a decision as to what to do. Does the dog need surgery? And why are there so many different types of surgery? Which one is best? In this article we will look at the actual scientific literature surrounding the various types of surgery for CCL injuries.