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Must-Do Tips to Prepare Your Dog for a New Baby
Bringing a new baby into a home with a dog can be stressful, but Mikkel Becker has some good news: With precautions and training, your dog can safely and happily cohabitate with a newborn. Here’s her best advice on teaching proper manners and purchasing safety items. Learn more at http://www.vetstreet.com/.
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How To Sell Gold For Dummies
There is a lot to the sale of precious metals. While you might have some gold bullion sitting around in your home not doing anything for you, you might not have so much as considered the possibility that you could make some money off of it. Whether you have a few gold coins, a little bullion or just scrap gold lying around, if you can part with it you can make some money from its sale. When you sell gold coins and other goods of this nature, you have the potential to make a good deal of money because of the high prices that gold has been commanding lately. Of course, you also run the risk of bumping into a lot of shady people and useless people who are all masquerading as legitimate buyers.
The buying market for gold lately has been incredible. With so many scrap gold buyers that seem to be popping up out of the wood work everywhere, it might be obvious to you. But if it is not, be warned that gold’s prices have risen to unbelievable levels. If you are holding onto some gold, it might be time to sell gold and make some profit on it. This is particularly the case if you are looking to sell scrap gold and not have to bother holding onto things that you no longer have any interest in. With so many possibilities open to you, all you have to do is be careful.
The gold market is great, and this means that there are a lot of buyers. Unfortunately, this also means that there are veritable tons of scam organizations out there who are pretending that they are interested in buying your gold for a fair market price. While you might have gold coins, these companies are not paying for the numismatic value. While you might have gold bullion, the mint date and commemoration is irrelevant to these kinds of buyers. All they want is your gold, and they may or may not end up paying you.
The fact of the matter is that whenever a market becomes crowded, greed gets the better of some people. They make promises they have no intention of keeping and try to swindle people. In the past, there was no way to identify a swindler and even less of a chance to catch one after the deed was done. You do not want time wasters, and shady individuals are even worse for your time and cash flow. Ultimately, it is more in line with your best interests to simply deal with a company that brokers deals online and lets you make basic choices.
One of the best things about just about every kind of market that has ever been active is the fact that markets largely keep themselves in check. When there is a market, there is a good reason for everyone to keep their prices reasonable. This keeps the bids you will inevitably receive in line, too, so you get a fair price instead of a bunch of low balling.
When you use an online broker to handle selling your gold, you can get fair prices for everything without having to scrounge around looking for a buyer. You can sell your bullion, your coins and even your scrap gold while you actually live your life. You only have so much time in your day, and it should not entirely be spent on silly things like trying to sell your gold.
In the same vein as selling gold, you also need to make sure you are selling your silver in the easiest and simplest way possible.
Dog Training Harness
Dog Training Harness
As many dog owners will confess, dog training can be difficult, frustrating and time consuming. The theory of getting your dog who has endless energy and no understanding of your English dictionary to understand what you would like him to do can seem like mission impossible! However some dog owners have discovered that part of the solution is using a dog training harness.
Dog Training Harness – How It Works:
Some people believe that the dog training harness is a more humane method of controlling their dog because of the way they fit and work. It fits over the dogs front legs and lies around his mid-section. So, when controlling the dog using the harness, he still feels a tug, but it is more humane than jerking the collar for results.
The dog training harness helps control the momentum and forward force of the dog more easily too. This is because it distributes your dog’s weight more evenly, whereas a collar and lead is focused on one small area, his neck, and because of this he can pull ahead or away incredibly quickly, and without too much effort in many cases.
Dog Training Harness – Comfort
The dog training harness is considered more comfortable for your dog, and less of an exhaustive problem for you as there is less lead jerking and tugging, and more even control of your dog. And because of this a dog training harness can be much more effective than the standard collar and lead.
The harness focuses on the dog’s weight in the shoulder and chest area due to its even fit and distribution of weight, and because of this it is considered safer for the dog, because and by comparison the dog’s neck is weaker and can get damaged. Many neck collars can cause discomfort for your dog but the harness is usually found to be a more comfortable for your dog to wear.
Dog Training Harness – Sizing:
Of course with most doggie products, the dog harness comes in a range of sizes, styles, colours etc to suit a range of different sized dogs. The most appropriate style is one that is adjustable so you can make the fit correct for your dog. You are also looking for a harness that has soft padded straps that go over the front of the chest area for the comfort of your dog.
The harness should not be over tight, it should fit loosely but no so loose so it slips around or so the dog can escape, however it should not be very snug either. It needs to be loose enough for comfort but not so loose that the dog can’t feel your commands. If you are unsure, then you can ask the professionals. You can do this by visiting your local pet store, they are almost certain to sell Dog Training Harnesses, and many allow you to take your dog in, and they will often be able to help you with your appropriate choice and sizing.
It is important and safer for you and your dog to have him properly trained and under control. A dog training harness when used and fitted correctly can help as part of your dogs training and control, they can be more effective and more comfortable than a simple collar and lead, so they are well worth a try.
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DoggyDan Podcast – Episode #01 : Bringing a Baby Home Dog Training
DoggyDan Podcast – Episode #01 : Bringing a Baby Home Dog Training Please Subcribe me at : https://goo.gl/1CUsZl Episode Info Podcast Show No.1 is available now. This blog post is really to give you an idea of what to expect in my free podcast. I have outlined what it contains below, and if you are not bringing a new baby into the home, then dont worry there will be lots more free podcasts coming along very soon. Thats right, these podcasts are free, packed full of great information and will be covering off everything from getting your dog to come when called, stopping dog aggression, puppy training and helping dogs with separation anxiety. I love dogs, just like you, and this is my way of giving back. This first show is about something that many of you (and a number of parenting organizations) have requested information about. Bringing home a new baby is a wonderful experience although it can also be a stressful and testing time as you juggle to make everything flow smoothly for everyone in the family. This podcast provides you firstly with some solid advice in key areas to help you make the initial transition of a baby coming into the home a simple and relaxing experience. Then we look at how to ensure that long term your family unit includes your dog rather than pushing them away. Here are some of the things Ive covered off How to introduce your baby to your dog Some simple pieces of advice to ensure your babies safety, Why taking your dog for a walk beforehand can make all the difference Understanding how you create the energy of the room Safety of babies around dogs Two of the most common reasons a dog will snap Why babies, food and dogs can be a dangerous combination Space invading toddlers and the importance of a doggy safe place Establishing rules Establish rules and boundaries for both your children and your dogs A few simple rules that will have a profound effect on your dog How you can use your pram or baby buggy to get your dog to heel :) Helping to establish a bond between your baby and dog How feeding time for your baby can become a time for you to relax with your dog The importance of staying calm when your baby is screaming Training your dog how to behave around a baby mat or blanket If you enjoy the podcast please point your friends, baby organizations and parenting classes this way there are a lot of doggy-baby relationships that could benefit with some of this help. There’s also more on the blog about this topic: Managing your dog with a new baby at home. Listen now I do hope you to listen to this podcast, either
Dog Training Devices
It can be difficult for many dog owners to stop dog barking. Find me an owner of a dog that barks incessantly and you will find a person who has strained relationships with family, friends, neighbors, and even local police, especially if your town or city has a noise ordinance.
What can a dog owner do to stop dog barking? One easy way is through corrective training. This training requires the owner to wait for his dog to bark and then take decisive and immediate corrective action. Ultimately, corrective action helps the dog associate an unpleasant consequence due to his barking. Once the dog makes this connection, he is less likely to bark because he will want to avoid the unpleasant consequence.
Loud noises and bark collars are two forms of corrective action. Making a loud noise every time your dog barks is a good way to teach your dog not to bark. You can use almost anything to make a loud and unpleasant sound for your dog to hear – clap your hands, drop a book on a table, shake a coffee tin full of nails or pennies. The dog owner who remains consistent with using loud noises may find that his dog learns to stop barking to avoid the loud noise or, at a minimum, will bark a lot less.
Dog owners and trainers also use bark collars to stop dog barking. These collars basically look like regular collars, except they have a small box that causes a corrective action when it senses the dog barking. This corrective action may be an unpleasant sound, a mild shock to the dog’s neck, or the release of citronella, a citrus scent. Just like unpleasant noises, the bark collar’s corrective measures are unappealing as well. In due time, the dog will learn that his barking is the cause of the corrective measure, thus will curtail his barking to prevent unpleasant consequences.