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Old April 14th 08, 12:45 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.rescue
ashley ross
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Default Dogs Need Socialization for Mental and Physical Health!


Did you know that dogs love to socialize? Taking your dog to different
places can be such a great adventure. When interacting with other dogs
or people, your dog will develop the social skills needed to be a
better pet. These trips can stimulate them both mentally and
physically.
Of course it is best if your dog has had some sort of basic training.
It is important for you to have control of your dog in these
situations. Once your dog has had basic obedience training you can
more easily allow them to socialize with other dogs. You will have
total control over them, thus avoiding any unpleasant mishaps. As you
take your dog to more places, you will start to see an even better
behaved dog. More socializing leads to a more manageable dog.
Another benefit to socializing your dog is less boredom. With the
proper amount of interaction with other dogs and people, your dog
should be more content at home and less likely to attempt escaping or
running around unnecessarily.
Giving your dog a variety of experiences with different situations is
an important part of being a responsible owner. Also, by being
together in a variety of places and social interactions your bond
deepens. So take your dog to as many places as possible. Allow your
dog to develop into a confident individual and your relationship will
blossom....

http://groups.google.com/group/dogfoodmave
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Old April 21st 08, 12:46 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.rescue
Jeff Strickland
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Default Dogs Need Socialization for Mental and Physical Health!


"ashley ross" wrote in message
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Did you know that dogs love to socialize? Taking your dog to different
places can be such a great adventure. When interacting with other dogs
or people, your dog will develop the social skills needed to be a
better pet. These trips can stimulate them both mentally and
physically.
Of course it is best if your dog has had some sort of basic training.
It is important for you to have control of your dog in these
situations. Once your dog has had basic obedience training you can
more easily allow them to socialize with other dogs. You will have
total control over them, thus avoiding any unpleasant mishaps. As you
take your dog to more places, you will start to see an even better
behaved dog. More socializing leads to a more manageable dog.
Another benefit to socializing your dog is less boredom. With the
proper amount of interaction with other dogs and people, your dog
should be more content at home and less likely to attempt escaping or
running around unnecessarily.
Giving your dog a variety of experiences with different situations is
an important part of being a responsible owner. Also, by being
together in a variety of places and social interactions your bond
deepens. So take your dog to as many places as possible. Allow your
dog to develop into a confident individual and your relationship will
blossom....

http://groups.google.com/group/dogfoodmave



My dog goes with me everywhere and gets loads of opportunity to socialize,
and it has changed her in the year that I've owned her. My dog was a stray
headed to the shelter when a customer of my wife diverted the dog to my
house.

When the dog came to me, it was clear that she had few social skills. She
goes with me everywhere, and has changed remarkably relative to her
socialization.

Keep the calm/submissive behavior going in the dog and bring them out so
they can experience life.

My dog stays in the garage even with the door up. She stays under my truck
while I work. She goes with me to Lowes and Home Depot. She obeys my orders
when on leash or off.

Socialize your dog, both you and the dog will enjoy huge rewards.










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Old April 27th 08, 06:39 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.rescue
Nicodemus[_2_]
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Default I've owned her

"Jeff Strickland" wrote in
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"ashley ross" wrote in message
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Did you know that dogs love to socialize? Taking your dog to
different places can be such a great adventure. When interacting with
other dogs or people, your dog will develop the social skills needed
to be a better pet. These trips can stimulate them both mentally and
physically.
Of course it is best if your dog has had some sort of basic training.
It is important for you to have control of your dog in these
situations. Once your dog has had basic obedience training you can
more easily allow them to socialize with other dogs. You will have
total control over them, thus avoiding any unpleasant mishaps. As you
take your dog to more places, you will start to see an even better
behaved dog. More socializing leads to a more manageable dog.
Another benefit to socializing your dog is less boredom. With the
proper amount of interaction with other dogs and people, your dog
should be more content at home and less likely to attempt escaping or
running around unnecessarily.
Giving your dog a variety of experiences with different situations is
an important part of being a responsible owner. Also, by being
together in a variety of places and social interactions your bond
deepens. So take your dog to as many places as possible. Allow your
dog to develop into a confident individual and your relationship will
blossom....

http://groups.google.com/group/dogfoodmave



My dog goes with me everywhere and gets loads of opportunity to
socialize, and it has changed her in the year that I've owned her. My
dog was a stray headed to the shelter when a customer of my wife
diverted the dog to my house.

When the dog came to me, it was clear that she had few social skills.
She goes with me everywhere, and has changed remarkably relative to
her socialization.

Keep the calm/submissive behavior going in the dog and bring them out
so they can experience life.

My dog stays in the garage even with the door up. She stays under my
truck while I work. She goes with me to Lowes and Home Depot. She
obeys my orders when on leash or off.

Socialize your dog, both you and the dog will enjoy huge rewards.











Should read, I have been responsible for her,
 




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