Bob Hunsicker is a freelance copywriter and an avid student of training techniques for older dogs who have been given a second chance through one of the many Rescue Dog organizations.
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Rescue Dog Training - Crate Training is Kind Not Cruel
Crate training your rescue dog will probably be the most beneficial training process you'll experience. This is true since the crate can also mitigate the destruction that other issues with your dog can cause - chewing, digging, going potty in the house
Rescue Dog Training - How to Become the Alpha Dog of Your Home
Adopting a rescue dog can be an extremely rewarding experience if you properly prepare for the potential negative behaviors your new family member may exhibit in his new home. Remember, the background of your rescue dog may be a total mystery to you. H
Rescue Dog Training - How to Control Your Dog's Barking
There is absolutely no reason why you cannot have a dog that barks on command, and also remains silent on command. This article will provide you with a ray of hope along with the technique to turn that hope into reality.
Rescue Dog Training -- Eliminate Digging From Your Dog's List of Favorite Pastimes
Is your dog’s digging doing a number on your domicile? Dogs dig for one or more of various reasons, which determines the most appropriate cure or preventive measure. This article covers the four most prevalent reasons that cause dogs to dig. And, it ad
Rescue Dog Training - Curing Separation Anxiety With Desensitization and Crate Training
Nothing is more disconcerting than leaving your dog for extended periods knowing he is suffering from separation anxiety. This is a condition that needs immediate attention. And sooner, not later.
Rescue Dog Training – Sit, Stay and Come
There will be times when you want your dog to stay put and times when you want him to come to you. And, to be successful at both, he needs to know his name as well. Teaching the "sit", "stay" and "come" commands is the backbone of obedience training.
Rescue Dog Training – How to Become the Alpha Dog of Your Home
Adopting a rescue dog can be an extremely rewarding experience if you properly prepare for the potential negative behaviors your new family member may exhibit in his new home. Remember, the background of your rescue dog may be a total mystery to you.
Rescue Dog Training -- How to Make Your Timid, Shy Or Distrustful Rescue Dog Sociable and Friendly
While aggression in your rescue dog is certainly a behavior that needs to be dealt with, so to does timidity and fear. You owe it to your dog and your family to be a responsible, well-informed dog owner. If the rescue dog you opened your home and heart t
Rescue Dog Training - How to Stop Your Rescue Dog From Biting, Nipping, Snarling and Growling
Bringing a rescue dog into your home can be a very rewarding experience. But remember, many rescue dogs have been subjected to neglect and maybe even abuse. They are more prone to exhibit negative behaviors than the brand new puppy. Therefore, as a respo
Rescue Dog Training - How to Make Car Travel With Your Rescue Dog an Enjoyable Experience
Providing a home for a rescue dog is a wonderful gesture on your part. These are dogs that are deserving of a second chance for a loving family and stable environment. Its only natural to want to enjoy activities with your new family member outside and
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