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Dog Training Collar Review
The SportDOG SportTrainer® Remote Trainer – SD-425E is a short range sport or working dog remote training kit. It offers 7 levels of Medium to Low stimulations at both Nick or momentary and continuous stimulations. It can reach a distance up to 450m with 3 dogs at the same time with extra receiver collars. Both receiver collar and remote transmitter are protected with DryTEK Technology so it’s completely waterproof and submersible which lets you train around the beach or in the rain without worrying about water damage.

SportDOG SD-425E Features…
• 3 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty
• For Small to Extra Large Dogs
• Fully Waterproof and Submersible Receiver Collar and Remote Transmitter – DryTEK Technology
• Up to 450m Signal Range
• Up to 3 Dogs Simultaneously (With Extra Receiver Collars)
• Features 7 Stimulation Levels (Nick and Continuous) and 2 Stimulation Ranges
• Features Tone & Vibration Stimulations
• Rechargeable Receiver Collar an Remote Transmitter
• Quick Recharge Capability – 2 Hour Charge for 40-60 Hours of Use
• Low Battery indicator on both Receiver Collar and Remote Transmitter

What’s in the SportDOG SD-425E box?
• SportDOG SD-425E Receiver Collar
• Adjustable Collar Strap
• SportDOG SD-425E Remote Transmitter
• Charging Kit
• Lanyard
• Test Light Tool
• Contact Probes to Suit your Dog
• Owner’s Manual
• Step by Step Training Guide


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Pet Care – How to Caring New Dog

Pet Care – How to Care for a New Puppy
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Pet Care is a pet awareness initiative by Harwinder Grewal. Who is an owner of Grewal Pet Shop and Farm, Main Road, Adampur. In this video, he tells about How to Care for a New Puppy in the Hindi Language.

1. Puppies are without a doubt some of the most adorable things on the planet. Parenting a new puppy.

2. When the time comes to finally bring your new puppy home for the first time, you can pretty much count on three things: unbridled joy, cleaning up your puppy’s accidents, and a major lifestyle adjustment. As you’ll soon learn, a growing puppy needs much more than a food bowl and a doghouse to thrive. And while it may be a lot of work initially, it’s well worth the effort.

3. Establishing good and healthy habits in those first few sleep-deprived weeks will lay the foundation for many dog-years of happiness for you and your puppy.

4. The first place you and your new puppy should go together is, you guessed it, straight to the vet for a checkup.

5. This visit will not only help ensure that your puppy is healthy and free of serious health issues, birth defects, etc., but it will help you take the first steps toward a good preventive health routine. If you don’t have a vet already, ask friends for recommendations. If you got your dog from a shelter, ask their advice as they may have veterinarians they swear by. Local dog walkers and groomers are also a great source of ideas.

6. Ask your vet which puppy foods he or she recommends, how often to feed, and what portion size to give your pup.
1. Set up a vaccination plan with your vet.
2. Discuss safe options for controlling parasites, both external and internal.
3. Learn which signs of illness to watch for during your puppy’s first few months.
4. Ask about when you should spay or neuter your dog.

7. our puppy’s body is growing in critical ways which is why you’ll need to select a food that’s formulated especially for puppies as opposed to adult dogs. Look for a statement from the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) on the packaging to ensure that the food you choose will meet your pup’s nutritional requirements.

8. Small and medium-sized breeds can make the leap to adult dog food between 9 and 12 months of age. Large breed dogs should stick with puppy kibbles until they reach 2-years-old. Make sure your puppy has fresh and abundant water available at all times.

9. Because puppies don’t take kindly to wearing diapers, house training quickly becomes a high priority on most puppy owners’ list of must-learn tricks. According to the experts, your most potent allies in the quest to house train your puppy are patience, planning, and plenty of positive reinforcement. In addition, it’s probably not a bad idea to put a carpet-cleaning battle plan in place, because accidents will happen.

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