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Pet behavior training

The Doberman Temperament: Here's What to Expect

Doberman temperament has changed over the years. The Doberman pinscher was developed as the ideal guard dog and companion. The original Dobermans were more aggressive than the dog of today. The Doberman club became aware that the breed had developed a reputation for aggression and decided to breed out these aggressive tendencies.
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Is this dose of cephalexin okay for my dog?

Our question this week was: My vet put my great Dane on cephalexin 500 mg 4 pills 3 times a day for 10 days is that too much? Rick Shambaugh Answer Hi - thanks for your email Rick. There is a dosage range for cephalexin. The dose can vary slightly depending on the condition being treated and I'd recommend following your veterinarians recommendations.
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Pet care

Tips for Training Your Dog in Different Environments

According to Dr. Nicholas Dodman, once you have a dog performing the desired response greater than 85 percent of the time in a quiet undisturbed environment, you can move onto the next stage; starting to shape the behavior toward the ideal response. You might begin by rewarding a progressively faster SIT, that is, rewarding the dog for sitting in 3 seconds, later in 2 seconds, and ultimately in 1 second, or immediately.
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Pet care

Is Pet Insurance Right for Your Puppy?

Is pet insurance right for your puppy? How do you know? Consider this scenario which is also a pet owner's worst nightmare: You finally get the puppy of your dreams and he gets sick and you're faced with the agonizing choice of facing huge veterinary bills you can't afford or putting your pet to sleep.
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