Military working dogs (MWD) will finally find a home with their former handlers upon returning from war or completion of their service in the American Military. The passing of the 2016 National Defense Authorization Act has changed the rules associated with retiring dogs on foreign soil, making it easier to bring them back home and putting them up for adoption.

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When the holidays come around and it’s time to travel to unite with family and friends, many pet owners often feel stressed thinking about leaving their pets behind. If you have never traveled without your dog before, it can be a bit stressful to decide whether or not to bring them along. You don’t want to leave them alone, but you don’t feel safe taking them along either.

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When training an aggressive dog, it is best to make use of a muzzle. A muzzle not only helps correct the dog’s behavior, but it is perfect for keeping everyone around the dog safe as well. Of course, the first time you try to put a muzzle on your dog’s face, it will resist. This happens because the dog is not used to the tool.

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Dog training is a huge responsibility which requires extended efforts from the owners. Many dog owners are unable to handle their dogs in the right way, which makes their dogs misbehave. The change in a dog’s behavior is often mistaken as the dog’s fault. However, a dog that is aggressive and unable to learn and  is a direct result of poor training and handling from the owner’s side.

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