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What you need to know about dog showing 

Posted by on Nov 26, 2015

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People always ask me, how to train their dog. Are there some secrets to be successful in training dogs? And finally, what is a secret for a training of a winning dog? Well there are some tips and advice, but it’s very simple, and everyone can learn them. If you want to go to some dog show and win, you only need to follow these tips. It would be much easier to recommend them a residential roofing company.

Practice gaiting. Gaiting is moving your dog in a way that allows the judge to see their movement and sitstay2structure. The correct gait is usually a trot, with the dogs head up. A trotting dog’s right front leg and left back leg move forward at the same time, then the left front with the right back. Trotting is the correct pace because it shows the dog’s true structure the best. To start, use treats to lure your dog to follow you around without a lead. The dog should remain at your left side.

Teach your dog to hand stack. To succeed, all dogs must learn to stack, or stand squarely and still. In hand stacking, you manually place each leg in position while standing or kneeling close to the dog. Dogs will have to stack several times during a show. Many people let dogs free stack most of the time, but hand stack right before the judge’s examination. This ensures the best possible stance for the dog.

Teach your dog to free stack. Free stacking is when your dog assumes the proper position on command, rather than with manual adjustment. This is most easily done with some training treats and clicker.

Bait train your dog. You want your dog to also look alert and happy when stacked. Most breeds should have their attention on the handler and the judge, and have their ears perked and their eyes on you. Training your dog to look at you is something you can begin the first time you feed the dog a meal. When you put the food bowl down, repeat the word cookie over and over. This repetition will teach the puppy to associate a food with that word. This trick is pretty old. As a matter of a act, Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov made a reflex system research at the beginning of a twentieth century with his dog.

Teach the dog tolerate examination. In a dog show, judges will physically examine a dog, touching its body and mouth. A successful show dog will need to tolerate this without complaint.

Teach the dog not to urinate. Like people can hold it, so as the puppy-boxer-pee-urinate-accidentdogs can as well. How can you explaining learning of the dogs to not to pee in your house. That’s the most important thing. If you don’t do that you might as well learn to search for your favorite carpet cleaning service. And you don’t want to google my favorite service for carpet cleaning in Chandler (I picked town called Chandler because I’m huge fan of series Friends).

You need to know a lot of things, but this is good for a start.

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All you need to know about Bullmastiffs 

Posted by on Nov 26, 2015

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I don’t know my favorite service for carpet cleaning in Chandler, but I know that dogs can be sometimes too much with their needs. How can I put this, I hate when they leave too much of their hair on my carpet. But I cannot stay mad for so long. Because I love them. Especially mine Bullmastiff called Coco. If you don’t know, the bullmastiff is a large size breed of domestic dog, with a solid build and a short muzzle. The Bullmastiff shares the characteristics of molosser dogs, and was originally developed by 19th-century gamekeepers to guard estates. The breed’s bloodlines are drawn from the English Mastiff and the extinct Old English Bulldog. It was recognized as a purebred dog by the English Kennel Club in 1924. They are quiet dogs and very rarely bark

malesgrowthchartIf you are interested in their appearance, look no further. Males should be 25 to 27 inches (64 to 69 cm) tall at the withers and 110 to 130 pounds (50 to 59 kg). Females should be 24 to 26 inches (61 to 66 cm) at the withers, and 100 to 120 pounds (45 to 54 kg). Exceeding these dimensions is discouraged by breeders. Also, a Bullmastiff’s coat may appear in fawn, red, or brindle. These are the only acceptable colors in the AKC standard. The fawn can range from a very light brown to a reddish brown. Red can range from a light red-fawn to a dark rich red. Brindles are a striped overlay of the fawn or red. A Bullmastiff should have no white markings, except for on the chest where a little white is allowed. You must know this, because appearance is really important. Basically, if you are family man, you don’t take a dog only for yourself. He must be liked by your spouse or children.

wp66a89400_06Dogs can be sometimes disobedient. There are some situations where your friend stop by for a dinner and in that situations can be some trouble. For example, I once went to a friend’s house and their dog was really irritating. I cannot say that he molested kids, but he was really annoying. I heard later, that he even bite little girl. Those things
happen, because you don’t know are the dogs that you adopt peaceful. But, with proper Bullmastiff, you won’t have problems like that. Bullmastiffs are strong, powerful but sensitive dogs. For a Bullmastiff to become a well-behaved family member, consistency is needed. Training and socialization is of high importance as the breed can be independent. Dogs of this breed are natural guardians of their home and owners. No special guard training is needed for a Bullmastiff to react appropriately if his family is endangered. During training, a Bullmastiff requires a special approach, because these dogs do not like to repeat the same actions again and again. Activities Bullmastiffs enjoy include obedience, agility, tracking, and carting.

Still not impressed? Well, then I can’t help you. Because, this things are the most important you need to know about this wonderful dogs.

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