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How to Teach Your Dog to Balance a Treat on Their Nose

Watch this 4-minute video to learn how to teach your dog to balance a treat on his nose.

Here is a quick tutorial:

  1. First teach the dog impulse control by holding a hand full of delicious food and asking the dog to leave the food alone until you tell him to get it.
  2. When your dog looks away, mark and reward the behavior with a consistent sound of “yes”
  3. Mark and reward your dog ‘s behavior when it chooses to look away from an open hand. Then repeat this by holding the treat with 2 fingers.
  4. Hold the treat in a closed feast right in front of a dog’s nose. Wait until the dog stops sniffing to reward his behavior. Do the same thing by holding the treat in 2 fingers.
  5. Finally, you should be able to balance the treat on top of the dog’s nose.

Funny Cats Compilation Video

Cats are brave, independent, loving, friendly and even funny. Watch this video to laugh a bit and fall even more in love with your cats (or to convince yourself to adopt one if you haven’t done so yet!).

It’s Bath Time!

Some dogs love to bath…others would do ANYTHING to avoid it! How does your dog react? Watch this hilarious video with dog’s reaction to this ordinary daily human activity.

Keep Safe On Halloween

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Some tips on what to do to keep your pets safe this Halloween:

  1. Don’t feed your pet Halloween candy, especially chocolate!
  2. Make sure your pet has a collar ID tag and is properly identified
  3. Keep candles out of reach
  4. Make sure the costume you put on them cannot be chewed off
  5. Keep glow sticks and glow jewelry away from your pets
  6. Keep your pet inside
  7. If your pet has a tendency to bite put him/her in another room

Originally from the AVMA website.