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How To Introduce Your New Dog To Your Existing Cat


How To Introduce Your New Dog To Your Existing Cat

First and foremost your dog should be obedience trained and at least know the recall (come command) off leash.

Yes its true that many dogs & cats get along very well. Its usually dogs that are gentle and friendly and dont have a high predatory drive. If they were raised together since babies the odds improve. Even those dogs who do chase small prey outdoors can often learn not to chase or harm cats indoors once they’ve grown accustomed to their household cats as family members. It may actually take longer for your cat to accept the new dog than the

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Military Working Dog


Military Working Dog

Some of our customers are Veteran Military-Working-Dog Handlers and I have to say they are the most proud dog owners I’ve ever met.

Most of their dogs were trained to sniff out the enemy, sense an ambush or locate explosive devices. Their dogs burrowed through trenches to deliver medical supplies in World War I. They tracked enemy fighters in the Vietnamese foothills. Their amazing senses of sight, sound and smell often saved their handlers live as well as the lives of fellow soldiers in modern war times. These dogs were more than man’s best friend so its understandable how a proud

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Is The Controversial eCollar The Most Humane Training Collar Afterall


According to a recent 194 page european research study dissertation, YES, the electronic remote collar or invisible leash, is more humane and more effective than the Pinch/Prong/Choke type collars.

The “pinch or choke collar’’ is a standard tool or piece of equipment traditionally used in dog training and widely used by dog owners. An alternative method is the ‘’electronic training collar’’, however, it remains a highly controversial issue. On one hand, supporters claim that electronic training collars, when used properly, are safer than the mechanical training aids and, further, they have no adverse effects at all. Opponents, on the other hand,

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I Want a Personal Protection Dog for my Family – Do I Have to Get a Puppy?


No, you DO NOT and probably SHOULD NOT get a puppy if your ultimate goal is to have a family personal defense or protection dog and here are some reasons why…

With a pup you simply dont know what you are getting. Its like a human baby, how do you look at one and determine if its college material or not, good doctor, musician or lawyer? How does one tell if the human baby will have a good character or personality or temperament? By his parents??? Well, we all know that’s not always the case. Sometimes the apple falls close to

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Top 8 Best Protection Dogs


Here are some of the most popular dog breeds that are considered the best protection dogs due to their innate defense and protective instincts. Bare in mind that just because a dog is of the mentioned breed it does not mean that the dog will be a good candidate for protection work much less family protection and the opposite is also true, a dog breed may not be on my list and it may produce excellent protection dogs. As you can see from our dog inventory, we are not breed specific. While we do believe that there are certain dog

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Understanding Dogs Drives & How It Affects Behavior


Understanding Dogs Drives & How It Affects Behavior

By understanding your dogs temperament or personality you will be able to effectively communicate and handle your dog. You are going to invest a significant amount of money in a professionally trained dog and we suggest you invest a little time to understand dog behavior. In this article we will discuss a dog’s DRIVES.

All dogs have certain basic drives, which are internal mechanisms that push the dog into taking specific action or to behave in a certain way. Drives are the energy that stimulates a dog to act instinctively, For example, when you throw a ball and your dog chases

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Children & Protection Dogs


Children & Protection Dogs

A professionally trained protection dog is a working animal that with proper introduction will bond with the family and can be safe and affectionate around children. In addition, they are well balanced,  confident in nature and do not see children as a threat nor would they bite out of fear.

When you buy a “Family” Protection dog from HighClassK9 you can be assured that the dog has shown to tolerate and like children. Not all dogs, trained or not, like children. Our dogs will bond with your children and protect them with their own life.

For successful bonding with the new family, specially children,

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