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Nipping is a behavior that is completely normal among dogs, especially puppies, and has a lot to do with a puppy’s learning process. The purpose of this article is to discuss nipping, not biting. Nipping is a form of communication, interaction, exploration, and play; whereas biting is a form of aggression.

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Stop Food Aggression

Food aggression, a subcategory of Canine Possession Aggression (CPA) is defined as territorial behavior regarding foodstuffs in the form of growling, snarling, snapping, or aggressive posturing. This type of behavior can be avoided with proper training of puppies, and should be immediately addressed in dogs already exhibiting aggressive behavior.

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Socializing Early for the Benefit of Mental Health

A well socialized dog is typically comfortable, confident and mentally stable. The more you do for your dog when she is young, the better. With patience, consistency, and good techniques, you can achieve very positive results with most dogs in a reasonable amount of time

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Idea for potty training using the UGODOG

We love our UGODOG. I'd never had a pet before and was really worried about potty training. With the UGODOG, our dog was potty trained in 2 days and never once made a mess in the house. We gave him a small pen and put the UGODOG in it. After he [...]

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This weekend Jan 30-31 events

FREE Nuisance Behavior Seminar January 30, 2016 in Santa Ana, CA, US Learn how to get rid of your dog's excessive barking, chewing, nipping, and jumping. Seminar will be taught by Alexandra Macias, CPDT-KA. Ms. Macias has been a Certified Professional Dog Trainer and Behavior Specialist

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New Year

The New Year is almost 1 month in and many exciting things are happening in the pet world

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[Today, domesticated dogs spend most of their time sleeping, laying around and anxiously awaiting your arrival from work. Their ancestors used to live busy lives of hunting, protecting livestock, and herding. The lifestyle they lead now can lead to depression or obesity. Don't let this happen to your dog, consider visiting your local dog park. [...]

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Welcome to your blog! UGODOG is excited to announce the launch of our new Website!!We bring you some added features such as a responsive design that makes it easier to view on a phone or a tablet!

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