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Oh Vey! “Chewish” Pet Accessories debut at the Haute Hound!

Oh Vey! “Chewish” Pet Accessories debut at the Haute Hound!










JUPITER, Fla. (PRWEB) November 28, 2005

Well, if this dog stuff don’t put the OY in OY VEY! Any person of Jewish descent will love this new line of apparel and accessories. And even if you are a GOY, you’ll appreciate it too.

Schlep on over to The Haute Hound and check out their “CHEWISH” plush toys and other kosher pet accessories. The toys are too cute and trust us; they’re not SHCLOCKY. These are designer accessories that your pet will go MESHUGENEH over! Take the whole lot of toys home; LOX, SCHUMTZ, and BAGEL! There is even a BAA MITZVAH sheep toy that will sent your pet to the funny farm. Your dog will definitely be styling in this blue and white “KOSHER HOT DOG” T-shirt. Better yet, throw your dog a KOSHER bone toy!    How perfect!

To celebrate Hanukkah, the Haute Hound also offers all-natural doggy dreidel treat gift boxes, dreidel plush toys, Star of David tennis ball toys, matzo ball squeaky toys, and Happy Hanukkah party collars.

The Haute Hound is a luxury pet boutique located in Jupiter, Florida. They cater to the style conscious pet with a wide variety of canine couture and accessories. Many of their items are one-of-a-kind or limited designs. “I am constantly in search of unique and fun items,” says Kimberly Hall, the owner of the Haute Hound. “I want my dogs to stand out in a crowd and so do my clients.”    

Kimberly is the proud owner of three Italian Greyhounds who are not only the door greeters at her boutique but also the models.

Having been in business for over a year now, the Haute Hound has expanded to include “Haute Hound” parties, which are similar to Tupperware(tm) parties, except with pet accessories.    It can be a casual weekend get-together or an elegant wine and cheese party; the host can choose the style of party. The Haute Hound will provide invitations and only the finest pet accessories will be available for guests to peruse. As a special thank you from the Haute Hound, the host of the party will receive discounts towards free merchandise.

So, don’t MESHUGENEH around! Fork over the GELT and head on over to the Haute Hound to stock up on great pet accessories for your pampered BUBBELLAH at home.

The Haute Hound is located in the Fisherman’s Wharf on Indiantown Rd. Suite B-6 in Jupiter (next to Too Bizarre). You may also purchase items through the Haute Hound’s online boutique at http://www.thehautehound.com. For more information, call (561-575-4266).

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Will Ferrell demonstrates his true passion: training and fostering wild dogs.

Teaching Your Dog to Walk On a Leash

 

Basic Training, Part 6

Teaching Your Dog to Walk On a Leash

Dogs are not born knowing how to walk on a leash without pulling or straining. That is something you’re going to have to teach your new puppy or older, un-trained dog. For this exercise, most professional dog trainers don’t recommend using a retractable leash. Purchase a regular leash and collar or halter that gives you more control over your dog while you are training him.

Your first step is to get your dog acclimated to his collar or halter. Place them on his body and adjust each so that you can slip at least two fingers between his neck and the collar, and between his body and each strap of a halter. Make sure both are tight enough so that they don’t slip off the body or over the head, but loose enough to be comfortable.

Leave the collar or halter on him without removing it until he adjusts to it and feels calm sleeping and moving around in it. This may take a few hours to a couple of days, so patience is needed here.

Once he is relaxed, slip your leash onto his collar/halter and take him outside. Place your hand through the leash’s loop and wrap it around your wrist. This keeps your dog from possibly pulling it off your hand and getting loose.

Begin walking forward at a slow pace. If your dog refuses to follow you, hold a treat in front of his nose as you step off without allowing him to take it. Once he takes 2 or 3 steps, give him the treat and praise him. You may need to give a slight tug on the leash the first several times to get him to move, but a gentle tug is important. DO NOT pull. 

Continue with this until he is moving forward freely and looking for his treats.

This part of his training may take several days of consistent work for him to move freely on his own. Slowly take the treat away as he learns, but continue to praise him when he walks without that initial tug on the leash.

If your dog insists on walking quickly in front of you and pulling on the leash, immediately stop moving and make him sit. Give him a treat if he sits promptly. Once he learns that he won’t be allowed to take off on his own, and that he has to stay with you – and that there is a reward in that behavior – he will start walking at your pace.

Remember, consistency is the key here. You MUST train him the same way every time or you’ll have a dog that pulls and tugs when you walk him. That type of uncontrollable pet is a danger to himself and to other people and dogs on the street. 

Question by antn7: What is the ISBN number of the book titled “The Kohler method of utility dog training” by William R. Kohler ?
OR where and how can I find out myself? Thanks in advance.

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Answer by Heath P
0783818718

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