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Stopping A Dog From Eating Their Poop – Coprophagia

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When dogs eat their own poop (or any other animal’s poop) it is called coprophagia and is perfectly normal.  It starts with a mother dog that eats the poop of her young puppies. The puppies

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Why Do Dogs Roll In Stinky Stuff?

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Your dog has rolled in something dead and stinky; animal carcasses, feces, or other decaying material.  And then they come up to you and want to be petted.  Yuck!  That is that last thing

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Training Your Dog To Stop Jumping On You Or Others

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Before you change any behavior in your dog it is best that you know the reasoning behind it. Why does your dog jump on you? a.       It is a form of play b.      It is an attempt at dominance

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14 Steps To Avoiding A Dog Bite

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Nearly 2% of the U.S. population will be bitten by a dog a year.  Sixteen percentage of these people will need medical attention.  And thirty people will die from dog bite in the last year.  Avoiding a dog bite is important.

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How to Prevent Your Dog From Biting

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Dogs don’t come with guarantees.  Nearly every dog will bite (yes, even yours) given the right set of circumstances. You can reduce the chances that your dog will bite by following these simple steps. Get your

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