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Keeping your Dog in Top Shape

Keeping Your Dog in Top Shape

It’s natural to want to spoil your dog as much as possible. Luckily, there are ways to do exactly that while keeping them fit and healthy. A healthy dog will keep you active, make your home a happy one and won’t cost a fortune in vet bills down the track. In this article, we’re exploring the best ways to keep your dog in top shape.

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All about Love – what it means to truly love your dog!

Puppy Love: What It Truly Means to Love Your Dog

It is no word of a lie when we refer to dogs as “man’s best friend”. Over the course of history, the bond between humans and dogs has grown into a lifeform of its own. There are some people who love their dog more than they love other humans, and when you look at the reasoning behind that logic, it makes complete sense.

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Can Dogs really sense our Pain and Emotions?

Can Dogs Really Sense Our Emotions?

If you’re the proud owner of a dog, you can relate to certain times when your pup seems to pick up perfectly on your mood. Instead of narrowing it down to coincidence, we’re here to tell you that reports have proven dogs can sense and recognise human emotions. In this article, we’re exploring some of the amazing things your dog can pick up on!

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The History of Dog Training and Domestication

The History of Dog Training and Domestication

Dog domestication and breeding has come a long way since humans tamed wolves. When contemplating the competitive, modern training techniques that are studied every year, we thought it would be interesting to take a look back through the history of our four-legged companions. In this article, we’re exploring the story of dog domestication and training.

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DIY Training Tips for your Dog

DIY Training Tips for Your Dog

Although there is nothing that can replace the benefits of a professional training service, there are steps you can take to train your dog at home. Learning these simple commands will keep your dog safe, mentally stimulated and a pleasure to be around. In this article, we’re explaining how you can train your dog at home.

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How a Dog Trainer can Improve your life and your Dog’s life

How a Trainer Will Improve Both Yours and Your Dog’s Life

Home life can be a nightmare when you have an untrained, vivacious adult dog; waking up in the middle of the night, replacing broken furniture, and nervously apologising to other owners at the dog park. Hiring a professional trainer will improve your life while making your dog a lot happier. In this article, we’re exploring the benefits of dog training.

 

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Supermarket Dog Food put to the test – how does it fair?

Comparing Supermarket Dog Food in Australia

With so many choices available in supermarkets, finding the ideal dog food can be time-consuming and frustrating. If you have a fussy eater or a pup with dietary requirements, consider one of the following, popular brands. In this article, the experts at the NDTF are exploring the most popular brands of dog food in Australia.

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Matching Your Dog to Your Personality

Matching Your Dog to Your Personality

Before you make the commitment to bring a pup into your home, it’s important to do your research and find the perfect dog for you. Too many animals end up with the RSPCA because their owners weren’t capable of looking after them. In this article, we’re going over some important traits to consider when choosing a dog.

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The Best Foods to Feed Your Dog

The Best Foods to Feed Your Dog

As pet owners, we’re always happy to share our meals with the demanding puppy at our ankles. Some food is better for dogs than others, and some food should be completely avoided. In this article, the experts at the NDTF are breaking down the most nutritional snacks you can give your four-legged friend.

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Don’t Be A Square

Don’t Be A Square:

An Interview with Canine Connect

Observing the dog training industry there are no grey, or colourful areas, in terms of the ways in which trainers asses and develop a dogs behaviour. Ideas that were deemed contemporary are no longer “modern” as everyone is adapting the same training style; however, there is always a show when it comes to Canine Connect.

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