It happens all the time - you spend hours lugging the Christmas tree home, wrestling with lights and trying not to drop the heirloom holiday ornaments your great aunt left you - and the second you step back to admire your handiwork a certain pupster lifts a leg to add his own personal touch to your tree. You can't blame your pet, he probably thinks you got him a snazzy indoor potty for Christmas. But you can take measures to curb this behavior before the guests come over.
Dealing with a dog that pees on the Christmas tree requires the exact same type of management, redirection, and reinforcement that potty training a new puppy requires. Here is a protocol for managing and training the dog that marks on Christmas trees:
12/19/2010 06:28:33 pm
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12/21/2010 07:24:05 am
Most people who own pets worry alot about their pets, thanks for your advice now we can keep a happy and healthy pet by finding a reliable solution. But what be the best advice if you had a bad pet care experience in the past?
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