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Training and clean up
Training and cleaning up after your dog comes with the territory of being a pet parent. Pet Circle stocks a huge range of training and clean up products for dogs from which to choose.
You may have just brought home a new puppy, in which case, training pads and pet toilets are an essential part of toilet training. Accidents do still happen, so there is always pet urine sprays and poop bags for when they don't make it to the toilet. Training sessions with your dog will ensure that you have a confident, happy and well-adjusted pet who is part of the family. Teaching your dog to sleep in a dog crate is a valuble skill to establish early.
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|Pawise Wire Crate||So easy to assemble, folds and unfolds for storage, extremely sturdy construction, easy to clean, great price, there's nothing to dislike about this product. We have two and with dog matresses plus a doona for winter they make the best indoor beds for our fur babies, who also give their tick of approval as they can't wait to get into them every night. - THERESA|
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does neutering your dog make them easier to train?
There are many benefits to desexing your pet. Reproductive hormones can drive many less than desirable behaviours and can affect your pet's health:
- Entire male dogs desire to roam; this can result in your dog injuring themselves in attempts to escape fencing or road accidents.
- Excessive urine marking of territory in male dogs.
- Aggression, especially between male dogs.
- Reproductive cancers such as ovarian, urterine, testicular and prostate cancer, can be reduced.
- Risk of life-threatening uterine infection, called pyometra, is reduced.
- Unwanted litters, or uncertainty surrounding, if accidental matings.
- No heat in female dogs, resulting in less mess around the house.
- Not contributing to overcrowding in animal shelters.
Desexing can assist with these more negative and anti-social behaviours, like hormone-driven aggression, roaming and excessive territory marking. In addition to this, dogs who have not been desexed can experience frustration, anxiety and restlessness, which can make training sessions more challenging. It is important to note that there are many factors that can influence behaviour. Genetics, previous training and early socialisation will help shape a dog's behaviour when they are an adult.
If you are considering desexing your dog, speak to your veterinarian to fully inform yourself about what is involved in the procedure.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In-House Veterinarian