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Puppy Care & Training Articles

Welcome to Daily Puppy's articles section. Here
you can find information on anything puppy
related, including how to train a puppy to sit or
how to care for a sick puppy. Browse
through the articles on feeding,
puppy potty training, picking
the best Veterinarian and
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How to Train Your Dog to Sit

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Train Your Dog to Sit. Use patience, encouragement and treats to teach your dog one of the most basic of all commands, 'Sit.' Pets > Dogs > Dog Training. By eHow Pets Editor. Instructions ... read more

How to Protect Your Dog or Puppy From Parasites

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Protect Your Dog or Puppy From Parasites. Internal and external parasites adversely affect quality of life and can pose serious health problems. Outlined below are measures that you can take to ... Article courtesy of eHow.com read more

How to Buy a Toy for a Puppy

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Buy a Toy for a Puppy. Buy several different types of puppy toys so you can rotate them or replace them when your puppy destroys them. Pets > Dogs > Dog Toys. By eHow Pets Editor. ... read more

How to Obedience Train a Puppy

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Obedience Train a Puppy. Ah, puppies. Those tiny wagging tails and big, adoring eyes--and those unsightly yellow puddles and chewed up shoes. Puppy obedience training is a necessary part of pet ... read more

How to Train a Puppy to not Chew Furniture

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Train a Puppy to not Chew Furniture. Puppy training often focuses solely on housebreaking, but there is much more involved in making your new puppy a friendly, compatible member of the ... read more

How to Stop Your Puppy From Biting

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Stop Your Puppy From Biting. Puppies are so cute that it's easy to let them get away with detrimental behavior that seems harmless. Puppies often expend energy by engaging in play that involves ... read more

How to Treat Tapeworms

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Treat Tapeworms. Tapeworm is spread when pets eat fleas that harbor tapeworm larvae and animal carcasses (such as rabbits and rodents) that contain the immature form of tapeworm. Pets > Dogs ... read more

Dog Name

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

Choosing the right dog name is very important. Keep the dog name short and easy to learn. Naming a dog should be done to as soon as possible so your dog can get familiar with the new name. The tone you use is important so introduce the dog's name with a happy voice. read more

Dog Diarrhea

by Melissa Maroff | Feb 5, 2008

Dog diarrhea is a common problem. Most dog diarrhea lasts a couple days but if the diarrhea persists, try some of the remedies listed below to treat your dog. Treating dog diarrhea doesn't have to be expensive because it can be done at home. read more

Rottweiler Puppy

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

A rottweiler puppy can be a fun loving dog, but it needs a lot of space to run and can be a very powerful dog. After you buy a rottweiler puppy, it is a good idea to find a good trainer to make sure the puppy doesn't become destructive. read more

Boxer Puppy

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

A boxer puppy is a lively and strong dog. Boxers are intelligent, loving, energetic puppies. Boxer puppy training should be easy as they are clever and quick to learn. read more

Puppy Training

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

Puppy training is important when dealing with an energetic or destructive puppy. For puppy training basics and tips on taking care of your puppy read the steps below. read more

Bringing Home A New Puppy

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

When bringing home a new puppy, it's a good idea to have someone home for the first few days. Adjusting a puppy to a new home is hard especially if no one is there all day. Bringing home a puppy is fun and exciting and proper steps should be taken to ensure that it feels comfortable. read more

Cats and Dogs

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

Introducing cats and dogs can be tricky. Consider the breed of the dog, the dog should be trained, and puppies often become overly excited. Cats and dogs can get alone well as long as you take the right steps. read more

Puppy Vaccination

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

Puppy vaccination is crucial to ensuring that your puppy will have a healthy puppyhood. A newborn puppy is not immune to diseases so it is necessary to vaccinate a puppy. Puppy vaccinations don't have to be complicated, just make sure you get them early on. read more

Dog Collar

by eHow Hobbies, Games & Toys Editor | Feb 5, 2008

Dog collars are a must. You don't have to buy a dog collar you can even make a leather dog collar at home. Follow the easy steps below on making a leather dog collar and you can use it to exercise your dog and ensure it won't get lost. read more

Blind Dog

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

A blind dog requires special care and training. To train a blind dog, teach it the slow command so it understands when it is going to bump into something. Use a leash, and use a lot of praise. Training your blind dog will help ensure it's safety and survival. read more

How to Tell if a Dog is Sick

by Melissa Maroff | Feb 5, 2008

How to Tell if a Dog is Sick. As much as you take good care of your canine baby with regular check-ups at the vet, vaccinations at the scheduled time and a healthy diet--unfortunately, as with all ... read more

How to Potty Train a Puppy

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Potty Train a Puppy. A new puppy is an exciting addition to your home and family. But bringing the puppy home means the work begins. The last thing you want is for your joy to be overtaken by ... read more

How to Train a Puppy Not to Dig

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Train a Puppy Not to Dig. For many breeds, it is part of puppy's nature to dig. However, digging can cause a lot of problems, including putting your puppy in danger. Teaching your puppy to not ... read more

How to Care for an American Eskimo Puppy

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Care for an American Eskimo Puppy. American Eskimo dogs (or 'Eskies') are nothing if not true family members. Originally called the 'German Spitz,' these pups adapt just as well to apartments as ... read more

How to Teach Your Dog Not to Jump

by eHow Pets Editor | Feb 5, 2008

How to Teach Your Dog Not to Jump. Sure, it's cute when a puppy jumps up on you - a demonstration of her affection - but it's important to break this habit early on. It's not so cute when a 90-pound ... read more

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