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 When preparing to groom your pet, start the session off on the right foot by helping your dog relax. Spend a few minutes American service pets simply petting him, starting with the head and then rubbing the back, paws, belly and even tail. Once you feel your dog is happy and content, begin grooming him.

 
Don't force your dog to do anything. If you're trying to get your dog to eat a new treat and it's not showing any interest, don't force them to eat it. The best judge of what your dog likes is the dog himself. Fancy name brands mean nothing.
 
A dog's bad behavior should always be corrected whenever you see the first signs of it. Turning a blind eye to it just makes it harder to fix down the road. Bad behaviors that are left uncontrolled can result in human injuries to you, your child, your friend or your neighbor. This is why it's important to nip them in the bud immediately!
 
Make sure your dog gets plenty of exercise. Dogs require metal and physical exercise to ensure a happy puppy. Even the smallest amount of exercise, such as throwing a ball, will be good for your pup and you. In addition to providing much needed exercise, you will develop a lifelong bond with your pup.
 
When training your dog, consistency is everything. You must be consistent at all times. If your dog is not allowed to jump on people as they walk in, don't allow your dog to do it even if a person says they don't mind being jumped on. You should also make sure that everyone that's around your dog understands your rules and are consistent with them.
 
Keep your dog's teeth clean and healthy with regular brushing. Most canines don't mind you brushing their teeth, provided you introduce them to the process slowly and gently. Use a specially designed dog brush, along with other products made just for him. Remember to provide him with toys and biscuits that will also clean and protect his teeth.
 
If you have a new puppy in the house that suddenly begins chewing things, do not fear. This could be a sign that your puppy is teething. To keep puppy from chewing on your belongings, make sure that you have provided him with plenty of chew toys of his own.