CattleDog Publishing Quarterly (magazine) – August 2018

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And Just Like That, Our Newsletter Has Become A Magazine!!! We are very excited to present to you the first issue of our brand new digital magazine.We have a lot of wonderful things planned for the CattleDog Publishing Quarterly magazine, not the least of which is all of the wonderful information and resources that are … Continued

WE HAVE PUPPIES!!! Part 2

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By Randy Carpadus, Web and Brand Manager.   I have to apologize as we fell a bit behind blogging about the pups. Here was what I was supposed to post 2+ weeks ago! I will have an update next week with pictures of them moving down to the “Livestock kennel”.   5/25/2018 Well, the puppies … Continued

WE HAVE PUPPIES!!! (Part 1 of an Ongoing “Perfect Puppy” Series)

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  By Randy Carpadus, Web and Brand Manager. In addition to my work at CattleDog Publishing, I am also involved (and have been most of my life) in rescuing and placing “Livestock Guardian Dog” breeds, in particular the rarer breeds. Livestock Guardian Dogs (LGDs) are dogs from specific breeds that have been used for thousands … Continued

Developing Separation Anxiety: Will the Learn to Earn Program Cause Separation Anxiety in my Puppy?

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While taking a puppy through the Learn to Earn Program where she spends at least 1 hour a day during high activity times tethered to you as well the rest of the day in a puppy-safe play area or crate or tethered nearby does not cause over attachment. However, having a puppy with you all the time and rewarding her when she’s whining by taking to her or interacting with her in any way can.

Perfect Puppy in 7 Days: My Puppy is TOO Perfect, What Now?

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If you’ve read Perfect Puppy in 7 Days and followed the directions with your new puppy, what do you do when he is always sitting and looking at you expectantly for treats? And when can you go back to feeding in a dish? Find out here!

Puppy Socialization: Stop Fear Before it Starts

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Puppy socialization is a critical part of a dog’s development. Its important for puppies to have good experiences with as many different people, animals, objects, and sounds as possible.

My Dad meets His Father’s Day Gift: An Australian Cattle Dog Puppy

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It takes about 5 minutes to train a puppy to learn most new behaviors but how long does it take for that behavior to become a habit? When I started training Lucy, my Dad’s 8 week old Australian Cattle Dog I was hoping that not long. By then I had been training her for a week through the puppy learn to earn program (a.k.a. Creating the Perfect Pup in 7 Days) and she seemed virtually perfect.