Top Ten Clicker Training Questions

Here are 10 common questions asked about Clicker Training..
1. Does Clicker Training really work or is it just a fad? Yes it works and no it isn’t just a fad. Clicker training is based on theory of Operant Conditioning. Clicker Training is used by successful animal trainers around the world.
2. Do I have to use a Clicker? No, a Clicker isn’t absolutely required but it is highly recommended. You may also use you mouth to make the noise, use a click-able writing pen, or any other means to simulate the clicker noise. The Clicker is inexpensive, makes a distinct sound, makes the same sound each time, and is easy to use.
3. Will I have …

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Turkish Angora Cat and Kitten Information

The Turkish Angora is a medium, muscular and fine boned cat. Their large almond eyes range from green, gold, blue and copper. They mainly have white coats which are silky and medium long. Even though white is the dominate color, other colors are desirable. Parti, solids and tabbies are becoming more popular. Blues, blacks and a variety of other colors are acceptable for show purposes though the breed standard does note several exceptions.
The Turkish Angora displays a graceful manner that compliments its intelligence and curiosity. They are affectionate and devoted companion cats.
Brief History of the Turkish Angora Cat
As the names implies, the Turkish Angora is thought to have originated in Turkey. Some of the earliest …

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Green Anacondas Information and Facts

If you don’t know which are the current largest invertebrate in the world are, it is the Green Anaconda. The Green Anaconda whose scientific name is Eunectes Murinus: a little bit hard to pronounce like all scientific and biological names; is the largest snake that you will find in the world.
The Green Anaconda is a classified Reptalia and comes from the order of Squamata. It belongs to the family of Biodae,of the Eunectes genus and from the species of Murinus, hence the biological name Eunectes Murinus.
The statistics of a Green Anaconda is an average length of 29 feet, usually weighs about 550 pounds and has a diameter which is a little more than 12 inches. …

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Heart Disease in Dogs

Whoever said that heart diseases are only for humans? Whoever it was, he was wrong – it’s not just exclusive for people but for dogs as well. Many pet owners know this to be true – there are countless innocent pooches that Canine Heart Disease has claimed. Basically there are two types of the ailment, the first one is involves a defect where the heart valves of your pet will fail to close properly. When that happens, the blood flow loses its rhythm and becomes irregular. The second type is where the walls of the entire heart get lanky/thin. When that happens, the heart tissues will stretch and increase in size.
Canine Heart Disease isn’t a …

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Tips – Horse Training

When learning about training tips, horses can be either very easy or very difficult to train. A horses eagerness to learn depends on many factors, such as what situation the horse is coming to you from. If the horse is still in infancy it will be significantly easier to train than a horse that is older and still wild. When you look for training tips, horses are either new to you, or already a part of your life and you want to learn how to train them easier. There are many helpful guides available such as Horse Training Secrets Revealed which will teach you how to train any horse, whether you are new or have …

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Remedies For Pet Dysplasia

Over the years, many people have chosen to use natural remedies to treat all kinds of human ailments. Regardless of whether a person is suffering from heartburn or arthritis pain, there always seems to be some herbal remedy that can be used to mitigate the condition. On the other hand, finding natural pet remedies tends to be a bit more difficult. For example, if your cat or dog has dysplasia, you basically have a choice between using harsh pain killers and euthanasia.
If neither of these options appeal to you, natural pet remedies such as Flex Pet may be of some help. Depending on the situation, you may also want to try Joint Rescue or Old …

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Yorkshire Terriers — Choosing the Breed of Dog That’s Right for You

When choosing a dog, it’s important to choose the breed that’s right for you. In order to do that, you need to know the characteristics and temperament of the breed you’re thinking about adopting or purchasing before you do so. The Yorkshire terrier is just one breed among many to choose from.
It is believed that the Yorkshire terrier was developed by breeding the Clydesdale terrier or Paisley terrier with other types of terrier such as the English Black and Tan toy terrier and the Skye terrier. It is also thought that the Maltese terrier may have been crossed with these breeds to help produce the long coat. The Yorkshire terrier was initially larger than it …

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Dog Food Secrets Review

I’ve chosen to review Dog Food Secrets because of my concern over the negative affect of commercially produced dog foods on the well-being of our dogs. Andrew Lewis makes some highly controversial claims in his top selling package, Dog Food Secrets. This top notch book makes dog owners more aware of the potential dangers to their pets from feeding them some commercial foods.
Andrew Lewis claims that:
Dog Food Secrets offers a simple solution proven to increase the lifespan of your dog by up to 134% and save you up to $10,000 in veterinary bills and food costs.
Our pets are dying early due to the ingredients in most commercially produced foods. A dog living under the best …

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The Cost of Owning a Horse – How Much Training Do You Need?

The cost of owning a horse is high, so let’s see how much training you need – and who might be able to do that training. Let’s say that there are five different levels you can find yourself facing:
1) My horse is going to kill me today.
2) I believe my horse is going to hurt me the next time I ask for (a lope, a halt, fill in the blank).
3) My horse makes me nervous (when I’m on the trail and he sees something spooky, for instance).
4) When I try to (bathe the horse, bridle the horse, etc.) he gets really cranky.
5) I would like to improve my horse’s (lead departure, spin, etc.).
Number 1, My …

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Training Your Dog to Listen to You

Why Won’t My Dog Listen To Me?
This is a common question that most first-time Dog owners ask me. Before I answer your question, let me ask you a few instead:

Do you use cookies, collars, head halters or clickers to make your Dog listen to your commands?

Do you have to raise your voice every time you want your Dog to listen to you?

Does your Dog always come or sit on command – anytime and anywhere you want him to?

If your answers are mostly in the negative, its time you seriously reconsider your role as a sincere Dog trainer and an ideal pet parent.
Learn how to bond with your Dog with this free mini …

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