Groom Your Australian Shepherd A Basic Introduction

This is a very interesting video on how to groom australian shepherd - a basic introduction.

Very important tips on how to groom the Autralian shepherd. Keep warm water, use under coat rake before giving him a bath. I have two Australian Shepherd dogs, Cody the male and Daisy the female and this is very important information. Thanks for stopping by and watching the video. Have a wonderful week.

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Some Great Tips to Improve Your Dog's Recall

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These are my dogs Cody and Daisy they are Australian Shepherd dogs.

Courtesy of Eric Letendre:

"1. Always set your dog up for success when you are teaching this command. Make sure your dog will come to you when you give the command, “Come.”

2. Make it fun. If your dog thinks there is going to be a game when she gets to you, she is much more likely to come to you when you call.

3. Reward your dog for coming. Once your dog gets to you, you should give a treat, toy or play a game.

4. Never punish your dog for coming to you.

5. Let your dog develop a sense of freedom. Most dogs don’t come because they are always confined. This can be difficult for some dogs. A fenced in softball field is a good place to do this.

6. Use meal times to practice the recall command.

7. Practice doing this command with dogs that already are good at coming when called.

8. Use a clicker to teach the recall command (see video).

9. Have your friends help you (see video).

10. Play tug as soon as your dog gets to you.

11. Hide somewhere in your house and call your dog. This will quickly teach your dog the word “Come.”

12. Use a long line.

13. Call your dog and then run AWAY from him. This will draw him to you as you move away. Reward and repeat.

14. Put a few treats in your pocket. Standing in front of your dog, back up a few steps and call your dog. Once your dog gets to you, reach down and hold the collar. Take out a treat and reward. Repeat the process.

15. Keep recall training sessions short. If you keep repeating this command, your dog will get bored. Always keep your dog excited about doing the recall command.

16. Use treats your dog really likes. Milk Bones usually don’t cut it. Use high powered treats like hot dogs or cheese."

Amazing Training Tips

If you are patient your pet can learn tricks, and be trained to be the most amazing dog you can ever have.

Watch this video it's amazing.

Australian Shepherd Is a Great Dog!

These are my Aussies. Daisy the female dog (left) and Cody the male dog (right)

Probably most of you know that the Australian Shepherd are not from Australia. There has been many rumors that "they are probably a remnant of the lost continent of Atlantis". Aussies as they call them in Australia were first introduced from the Basque region in the Pyrenees Mountains between Spain and France, just as the Great Pyrenee dog. These colorful little dogs have been used for herding cattle and they are very popular in the United States. They are good dogs, very loving and protective. They learn very fast, and they do what the master says. Another characteristic is that they are territorial, they do have a very strong sense of boundaries and they protect their family from intruders. Another quality they have is they are high-energy dogs. They need to exercise, and want to be with their owners, spend time with them, teach them tricks or play with them.

I have so much to say about Aussies because I have a male and a female. I will probably continue talking about them. I hope you plan about purchasing an Aussie and learn a lot about them. They are fun to have around. I love my Aussies, they are wonderful dogs!

Cat Training Tips

Here are some useful training tips for your cat. I hope they will help you have a loving companion.