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Having a dog with phobias and anxieties can lead to traumatizing scenarios, a lot of hand wringing and a heavy dent in your bank account looking for a solution (or replacing damaged items…). 

We know you're here looking for a tips on how to relieve your pup's pain. Because every dog's specific situation is different, we feel we can't offer a blanket list of solutions in one post, but what we can do is offer our own personal tips on what YOU can control when the crazy anxiety hits your dog. 



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What does it take to win at a hunt test? How do you break in? Young superstar Luke Cour tells all. 

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One of the first things you should do when you get a new puppy is get him used to spending time in his crate, or G1™ Series Kennel. If your dog lives in the house, the crate is a good place for him to be when you don’t want him underfoot. It’s also the perfect solution for keeping him out of trouble when you’re not home, and the safest way for him to travel in the future.

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Your dog’s natural instinct as a den animal will come to light if you introduce crate training early and in a positive way. Giving your puppy his own personal bedroom can keep him safe and also help make him feel more secure.



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Inevitably all young pups turn into old dogs. A dog that was in his prime just last season can be noticeably slower in just a year. Old age doesn’t mean that your dog’s hunting days are over. You owe it to him to provide the tools he needs to succeed. If the heart and body are willing; there may still be a lot of mileage left in your faithful companion.



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