You've heard the old saying: “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Well, we’re here to tell you that it’s just not true. Your Beagle can learn at any age. In fact, in order to stimulate its mental and physical capabilities, your pooch will need to learn and perform new tricks. Besides, you don’t want your dog to get bored – he may come up with a few tricks of his own you may not like!
It’s time to teach your Beagle some new tricks. A life-long learner, your beagle thrives on learning new tricks to stimulate its mental and physical capabilities. If you leave your dog to its own devices, it will engage in destructive behavior because it is board. So think of trick training as a way to keep your home in one piece and keeping your beagle happy.
Beagles love socializing and exploring the outdoors, and walks and public outings are a great source of pleasure for them.
With proper lead training, owners can take their Beagles everywhere, without risk of injury to themselves or others.
Dogs love socializing and exploring the outdoors, and walks and public outings are a great source of pleasure for them.
With proper lead training, owners can take their Beagle everywhere, without risk of injury to themselves or others.
You don’t let a little thing like rain stand in the way of training your Beagle, so you need the right equipment that will stand up to the wettest of elements. And when it comes to training your Beagle, you need to track progress. And that’s where the Rite in the Rain hunting journals come in handy.
We reviewed two different journals: the All-Weather Upland Bird Hunting Journal and the All-Weather Water Fowl Hunting Journal.
If you own a Beagle, you know how important proper discipline is to the happiness and wellbeing of your dog and family.
Not only is it important for your Beagle, it is a necessity to train owners and include every member of the household, including the children. By including everyone in the process, each member will be able to properly manage your Beagle and nurture it so it becomes a well-adjusted part of the family.
Puppy crate training is a great way to manage the safety and well-being of young puppies. It is an invaluable tool for creating good habits in puppies and for preventing problem behaviors.
We crate train our puppies for their benefit, and that’s the main reason to do it. As well, it also helps protect the personal items in our homes. In time, the crate will become your puppy's own private area that they will love and consider its den. Here are a few benefits the crate offers:
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(The accumulated mistakes of 50 years)
by Uncle John
For the shooter branching out into varmint/field shooting, equipment decisions can be a dilemma. Our own past experiences, what we read, and what others tell us are the deciding factors, and do not always provide the right answers.
Maybe you've had a string of good luck and acquired a dog with the potential of being a real hunting dog. Then you fire the first shot and the worlds greatest dog turns into a whimpering mass of scared pup. There's even a chance that your new hunting partner cringes at the sight of your gun, cowers when you approach and is generally shy of everything. What to do?
by Charlie Jewitt