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Transcript of My dogs
puppy or young 4 or 5 month
sniper ghost warrior
get a medium house/big backyard.
brush and wash
them once in 3 days
get them 1 by 1
always train house
broken and potty, crate
CAP animal shelter
need fee and insurance
when i'm old and retired be a dog trainer
Get them when i have money and my own house / rich
Pet Adoption Fees
•Dogs (over 6 months of age) - $99
•2nd Dog (over 6 months of age) - $79
•Dogs over 15lbs - $99
•2nd Dog over 15lbs - $79
•Puppies (6 months and younger) - $129
•2nd Puppy (6 months and younger) - $109
•Small Dogs 15lbs and under - $129
•2nd Small Dog under 15lbs - $109
Hours for Adoption
Sun-Mon -Tuesday : 1PM to 6:00 PM
Wed thru Sat: 11AM to 6:00 PM
Closed: Christmas Day, New Year's Day, 4th July and Thanksgiving Day.
eat healthy food
eat 3 cup of food
go to vet once
in 5 months
DO NOT train them
MY DOG / JOBS
ID tag / DOG tag/
maybe mocro chip
TIE IT ON LEASH
ALL TRAIN ALOT when puppy / adult
and train a lot mental too!
DON'T eat to much
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respectful to neighbors
-train and socialize him
-never let him of leash unless in a designated off leash
-watch you dog carefully,especially when he is around children
-post warning sign on your property to keep strangers from approach your dog
-if stranger approach while you and your pet are walking, move out of his way,especially if your dog get his hackles up
high quality food/burn fat!
wash once in 4 days
always check parvol/distemper disease
DON'T touch fox tail grass
groom once a week
train not to chew stuff
when give dog command call name then command
when dog come back to the house
from outside always check tick or flea
protein/flea & tick
Wire slicker brush
Softer brush (usually rubber teeth)
Ear cleaning pads
Ear cleaning fluid
Bath wipes for Dogs (Pre-Moistened)
Dog oral rinse
do not eat poison stuff
If a stray pet is found with the tag,
a rescuer can call the registering organization
to get current contact information for the dog's owner.
double high five,
on your bed,
FEED PUPPY KIBBLE FOOD!
adult regular food
always put on leash when go outside
ALWAYS BE A STRONG
LEADER OF THE PACK
always pick up after
you dog poops/
beagles are gun shy
use glass bowl
dog for every dog
always carry WATER & snack outside
train dog A LOT & HARD
MAKE FEW DOG HOUSE
baby gate for puppys
put new paper on floor when potty train puppy
always clean the spot where you dog pee on or else the puppy will pee on the same spot again &again
ALWAYS HOUSE BROKEN PUPPYS
Start each day by waking up at 7 a.m. and immediately taking the dog outside to go to the bathroom. Wait as long as necessary for the dog to go and then return to the house for playtime until 8 a.m. During playtime, the puppy can be allowed free time; however, it is best to give as much attention to your new dog as possible.
Give your new dog something to eat and drink at 8 a.m., after a good play session. Watch the dog carefully after he eats, as some dogs will have the urge to go to the bathroom immediately after eating. If your dog shows signs of need, such as sniffing or wandering to hidden areas in the house, pick him up and go directly outside. Whenever possible, wait a full half hour, until 8:30 a.m., to go outside for potty time.
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Allow your puppy to play freely in a small, closed room, such as the kitchen. It is best to keep the puppy in your sight during free time so that you can quickly notice signs of bathroom needs. If you are crate training your puppy while housebreaking, place the dog in her crate from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Remember to place toys and chewies in the crate for entertainment; however, no food or water.
Release the puppy from the crate or end free time at 12:30 p.m., giving the dog food and water. Again, wait up to half an hour if possible and then take the dog outside. After returning inside, give the dog at least 30 minutes of free time to play before placing him in the crate if you so choose.
Feed the dog for the third and final time at 6 p.m., taking her outside within half an hour. This is a good time to take the puppy for a walk or play outside so that she can explore the world a bit. After at least 30 minutes of outdoor or play time, you can place her in the crate if you wish.
Offer the puppy water at 8 p.m.; however, after 8:15 p.m. the dog should not drink any more water to help to make it through the night. Take the dog out within 30 minutes after he drinks. Follow up with some play time and time in the crate, if desired. Take the dog out before bed at 11 p.m., keeping him in a crate overnight to prevent accidents.
time of day
medium quality food.
high quality food
ALWAYS CLEAN MY HOUSE!
DO NOT CUT EAR!
12 to 14 yr
12 to 14yr
ALWAY TRAIN MENTAL
DO NOT TRAIN DOG AFTER EATING!
man vs. wild
TRAIN at least 1 hour
must look purebred
Buy Flint stone/
carry on me/necklace
sniper rifle/ sniper
ALL medium energy dogs
Buy snake and
And buy frog,