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I HAVE MINIATURE PINSCHERS BOY AVAILABLE chocolate & tan blue collar . BORN ON 27.09.20. will be ready to leave on 23.11.20.
Both parents are KC registered and both are our family members, both can be seen.Mummy is chocolate & tan daddy black & tan.
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Using treats as positive reinforcement is an effective way to train your dog. However, when too much food reward is given, dogs may tend to follow commands only when you have treats in your pocket. Avoid this from happening by following these handy tips:
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Just the thought of having our dogs muzzled can be really disturbing. This is a matter that needs to be openly discussed for the safety of the dog, an individual or both. With the right kind of muzzles, your pooch may get acclimatised to wearing one as easily as with other dog equipment