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Pointing Dog Group Training Sessions
Pointing Dog Group Training Sessions
We all think it's cute. We all love watching them waddle around, nose to the ground, or up in the air looking at you with sweet eyes asking "Pretty please". We all feel our dogs deserve all the treats in the world. Have you ever thought of what or how it is affecting your beloved pets' overall health? Probably not. Let me list just a few health risks that the extra weight can cause.
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Pointing Dog Group Training Sessions
Pointing Dog Group Training Sessions
We have such a control over our beloved pets that helping them become healthier should not be too difficult. Believe it or not there is a limit to the amount of calories a dog should get a day. For example, a 10lb dog should only be getting 300calories PER DAY. With that being said, a lot of those commercial treats (Jumbones, Busy bones, Beggin' strips, etc) are loaded with calories. Looking at those things, you think, how many calories could one have?
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Pointing Dog Group Training Sessions
Pointing Dog Group Training Sessions

Many of us strive to simply have a well behaved dog. In my definition, a well behaved dog is social with people and other dogs, a dog that looks to its human leaders for instruction, a dog that can accept adversity (being startled, stressed or annoyed) and recover easily, and that same dog can happily go out in public because it is welcome and truly enjoyable to be around. 
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Pointing Dog Group Training Sessions
Pointing Dog Group Training Sessions
We are developing a new program at QK Dogs that helps us to find new trainers. We are proud to say that every day our phones ring off the hook with new clients reaching out for help training their dogs. While it is a good thing to be busy, we cannot keep up with the demand with our current trainers. We have worked diligently to create a new program that offers interested candidates the opportunity to interview with us, learn about our techniques, and enroll into our 90 day paid Apprentice Program. 
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Pointing Dog Group Training Sessions
A dog’s shoulder blades are unattached to the rest of the skeleton to allow greater flexibility for running.
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