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How To: Never get busted by narcotic detector dogs

In a preview of NEVER GET BUSTED, Barry Cooper explains more about the habits & training of narcotic detector dogs. These are highly trained animals built to sniff out drugs like pot/marijuana, cocaine, heroine, crack, methamphetamines and the like. This canine cop is unlike any other and he's sure to take you down and get you in jail if you don't watch out. Barry Cooper is the best in helping prevent you from being arrested for drug possession. Stay out of jail and away from cops with these ...

How To: Make corn dogs from scratch at home

Who doesn't love a corndog? They remind us of childhood and going to the county fair or beach. Well, luckily with this video's help, you won't have to leave your house for one of these summertime treats. Check it out and make your own, step by step.

How To: Agility train dogs

Elise Paffrath began her dog agility career in the early 1970s. Dog agility is a sport in which a handler directs a dog without a leash through an obstacle course in a set amount of time.

How To: Detect and treat ticks on dogs

Ticks on dogs not only cause discomfort to your dog, but may also cause diseases to dogs as well as humans. Ticks appear as tiny, dark insect or a fat skin-colored bump and may be found on their legs and especially on the pads of the feet. If ticks are found, put on latex gloves and use tick spray to get the tick to back out of the skin and grab it with tweezers. Apply disinfectant to your pet's skin afterwards and your dog will soon be healthy and tick-free once again.

How To: Diagnose tetanus in dogs

Carnivores, like dogs and cats are relatively resistant to tetanus compared to other species like horses, guinea pigs and humans. However they can occasionally be affected and it can then be a dramatic disease if not identified quickly by your veterinarian. This video describes the symptoms and outlines the treatment of that condition. Diagnose tetanus in dogs.

How To: Make healthy, yummy dog treats at home

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make dog treats and biscuits. These have no preservatives, colors, or artificial ingredients. Turn the oven to 350 degrees F. Take 24 oz plain flour, 2 eggs, 8 oz oats, 2 tablespoons chicken stock, 16 oz chicken livers, and a cup of water. Blend the eggs and livers with the lid on until smooth. Mix all the dry ingredients into a large bowl. Use your hands. Make a well shape in the dry mix and blend the wet mixture in. Work into a loose dough. Knead ...

How To: Bake summer savory dog biscuits

This video describes how to bake summer savory dog biscuits. For ingredients you need 2 cups of Keen dog food, 2 cups of warm water, 1/2 cup of grated parmesan cheese, 1/2 cup raw ground beef, 1/4 cup of grated raw zucchini, and 2 large eggs. You will bake the recipe at 350 for about 25 minutes. First, mix the dog food with the warm water to make a thick mix. Add in the other ingredients and mix until you have a nice thick batter. With your hands, pat small amounts of dough into biscuits and ...

How To: Bake dog biscuits at home

Ashley Kelly shows viewers how they can make their own Dog treats at home! First, you should make sure you wash your hands. Next, you should add 1/2 cup of peanut butter to a bowl and add 1/2 cup of milk to this. Add 1 cup of wheat flour and 1.5 teaspoon of baking powder. Mix all of the ingredients up in a bowl until you have a doughy texture. Next, you should split the dough in half and knead each. Roll the dough out to 1/2 inch thickness. Next, with any shape cookie cutter, cut out cookie s...

How To: Teach your dog loose leash walking

In this two part video Tab and his German Shepherd "Solea", show exactly what you need to do to stop your dog from pulling on his lead. Eventually, your dog will be walking on a loose leash where they'll feel safe, satisfied, and help keep your dog healthy. While there are many dogs that pull on walks, any dog can learn to walk calmly on a loose leash if we create a positive learning environment and teach them in the way that their minds understand. Find out how using positive reinforcement y...

How To: Teach your dog the perfect "STAY"

This is the most important thing that a dog should know. In this video will learn the fundamentals of how to begin to teach this. It is by no means entirely conclusive to the training that is involved in teaching stay. Tab with his German Shepherd "Solea" demonstrate the do's and don't when training your dog to "stay". You'll also learn the importance of this command for the dogs safety.

How To: Get your home ready for a new dog

Pet-proofing your house won't just protect your possessions from becoming chew toys—it could save your dog's life. You will need a dog crate, a dog who's ready to move in, dog manuals, pet repellent, electrical cord covers, baby gates and a dog bed or towels for bedding. These are helpful tips for pet proofing your home for your new puppy or dog.

How To: Communicate with your dog

Check out this lesson on how to understand your dog and train her to listen. This video will show you how to use a clicker to communicate with your dog. It will also show you how to teach your dog the "Leave It" command. This is a helpful video for training puppies and older dogs.

How To: Train a dog to "stay"

Arguably, "Stay" is the most important command you can teach your dog. When you train your dog to stay, be low to the ground and eye-to-eye level with them. Zak George show how to use a clicker and food treats to demonstrate how to teach a dog to stay. Also learn how to correct your dog when it breaks the stay command.

How To: Train your dog with a clicker instead of food

In this video, you'll be shown how to train your pet dog to respond to a clicker. Instead of having your dog respond to treats, have your dog respond to the clicker. It'll cut down on food costs for you as the owner and help keep your pet healthy and sane. Just follow along with the video to learn how to do this training.

How To: Teach your dog how to sit on your command

A dog who constantly follows you around the house wagging his tail is a dog who really likes you (or is hungry), but sometimes you're tired and just want your dog to sit and be still for once. Teaching a dog to sit is one of the most basic obedience training tricks out there, and one of the most important (especially in cases of your dog bounding onto friends who enter the house).

How To: Recycle your plastic grocery bags into a dog leash

In this tutorial, we learn how to recycle plastic grocery bags into a dog leash. To begin, you will cut the plastic bags in half, then cut off the handles of the bags. Next, apply glue to the entire bag, then roll up into a straight line. Continue to do this for several different bags, depending on how long you want your dog leash to be. When you finish this and the glue is dried, tie several bags together end to end, and have three rows of these. Now, take the bags and tie them in a knot aro...

How To: Feed your dog properly for a healthy lifestyle

In this tutorial, learn how to feed your dog properly with help from expert Marc Morrone. You want to make sure you are feeding your dog the right food at the right times of day so that they stay happy, healthy and energetic. Follow along and make sure you know what your puppy is eating.

How To: Potty train your dog

In this tutorial, Marc Morrone will show you how to house train your new pup so that they don't go to the bathroom indoors. Ther eis nothing worse than the smell of pet waste around the house, so follow Marc's advice and get that dog potty trained so you never have to worry about it.

How To: Adopt and properly care for a dog

Dogs are famous for being man's best friend and in this tutorial learn all the basics on taking care of your new little buddy. In this pet video Marc Morrone will show you the best way to care for dogs and find out why they make great pets. Start looking at the world from your dog's point of view with the helpful hints, tips and advice found in this clip.

How To: Removed matted fur from your dog or cat

Hair matts are common in all types of pets. Especially those with a full coat. Pets with long hair often get matted fur. These patches of hair can cause skin irritation in our pets. Dr. Lauren teaches you a safe way to remove these matts and keep your cat or dog happy and healthy.