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Dog Friendly Tips: Keeping Your Dog Healthy

As a general guide for senior healthcare and even for younger dogs, remember routine blood-work and urinalysis to create a useful snapshot of your dog's health and to uncover hidden problems before symptoms arise.

Vaccinations should be minimal. Also flea and tick preventives should be used only when needed, not over-used.

Consult your vet immediately regarding any unusual behaviour such as excess drinking, more frequent elimination, weight change, lameness, lethargy or anything else that doesn't seem quite right.

Take charge of your senior dog's nutritional needs by feeding a high quality natural dog food diet and maintaining your dog's appropriate weight.

Don't forget to exercise and most of all, give lots of love and hugs to ensure your senior still feels like an important member of the family.

Read more dog friendly health tips here.

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Introduction To Dog Bark Collars

Being a dog owner is a great and rewarding experience, but it does come with its share of regular problems. One of these problems is excessive barking. Obviously, dogs are going to bark from time to time, but in many situations, this has to be controlled. Nobody likes to have a neighbor with a dog that is constantly barking, and barking can also make even the friendliest of dogs seem mean to others in public places. One of the most effective ways to reduce dog barking quickly is the use of dog bark collars.

The purpose of using a bark collar is to give a dog a negative consequence whenever it barks in a situation or location where it should not. This is done in a variety of different ways, and each dog will respond differently to the different types of bark collars.

One of the most popular types of dog bark collars are ones that produce an ultra-sonic noise when a dog barks. Dogs can hear these very high frequencies, and they do not enjoy them at all. When a dog barks, and the noise is created as a result, they will associate the bad noise with their own bark. Ideally, this will cause them to learn to stop barking quickly.

Shock collars are also commonly used to train dogs to not bark. These collars emit a very low pulse of electricity when they are activated, which will stun the dog and discourage them from barking again. Many people express concerns about shock collars, as they think that the shock that they give hurts the dog. This can be true if the collar is not used properly, but as long as the directions that come with a shock collar are followed closely, it will not harm the dog.

Spray collars are used quite a lot as well. These collars spray a small burst of a harmless liquid into a dogs face when it detects that the dog has been barking. This liquid is usually either water or citronella.

Dog bark collars usually come with one of two potential control types. The first of these is manual, which means that the consequence the dog receives is initiated with a switch that the dog's owner holds. The other control, which is an automatic one, activates on its own when it detects the sound of the dog barking.

These are just a few of the main types of dog bark collars that are used. They have been proven to be effective and show quick results. This is important, as excessively barking dogs are not fun to be around and not often well tolerated by neighbors.

Nathan Gilman is a long time hunting and dog enthusiast. He spends as much time as possible in the field with his dogs and loves to share and compare tips and tricks on hunting, dog training, and equipment. You can visit his dog supply store here

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