5 Worst Chew Toys for Retrievers

All retrievers do chew. However, they don’t start chewing suddenly because they are naughty. There is a scientific reason behind this habitual change. At a certain age, the retriever’s teeth start growing. It causes a sensation in the jaw. To ease the sensation, the dog starts chewing hard objects. The …

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Retriever Steadiness Drills

Even though marking is a natural talent of Retrievers, steadiness is not. Yet, stability is one of the essential skills that your retriever must develop to pass a hunt test or field trial. If your retriever is a self- dependent dog and does not rely on your command during marking …

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Best Retriever Training Bumpers

For ages, dogs were the best companion of hunters. With their agility, they can go anywhere and bring back hunted animals and birds to their owners. Labrador, Golden Retriever, and Chesapeake Bay retriever are some of the best types of dog for this job. However, these dogs don’t know how …

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Best Bark Collars for Small Dogs

Some dog tends to bark more than usual while others don’t. Barking has always been a dog’s way to communicate. Compared to big dogs’ small ones are more impatient which leads to unnecessary excessive barking that can annoy you as well as your neighbor’s. You can either teach your dog …

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45 Rules For Training Retrievers

Retrievers are one of the most enthusiastic dogs. The right type of training can make him a better companion for every activity. But while training there are certain do’s and don’ts that should be followed or else it will affect the training. Basic rules to be followed while training your …

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