Pet Caregiver Resource Library

 

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9 days ago
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Here are the ones from the ones I had. These go with my messages I have already sent.


#General

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2 months ago
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#PetHealthandNutrition

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3 months ago
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#PetHealthandNutrition

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4 months ago
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#General
#braintumor
#pain
#funding
#donations
#helpus
#financialassistance
#ilovemydogs
#sharemystory
#lowincomevetcare
#bleeding

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4 months ago
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Teach your dog to put their rear end on the floor when asked to “sit”.
#sit

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4 months ago
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This program creates and maintains a positive, non-confrontational relationship between you and your dog by teaching them to sit (or perform another behavior) in order to get what they want. It also helps your dog learn self-control and build confidence in different environments. A dog who sits every time they want something (e.g. attention from people) is much easier to live with than a dog that hasn’t learned to say please and jumps up or barks when they want something.
#sit

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4 months ago
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Teach your dog how to go to their bed or mat and lie down.
#gotobed

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4 months ago
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Teach your dog to ignore things you don’t want them to have or pay attention to with the cue “leave it.”
#leaveit

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4 months ago
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Teach your dog to settle down and be quiet when you cue them to “settle”. With this cue, your dog can readjust their body but must stay lying down in one place.
#settle

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4 months ago
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Teach your dog how to change their stride to stay close to you on a loose leash without pulling. It will take time, patience, and consistency.
#looseleash

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