Leyda Hernandez                                                                             FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Public Relations and Social Media Marketing Coordinator leyda@purebredbreeders.com   NEW PARTERNSHIP BRINGS MORE EDUCATION AND TRAINING TOOLS TO PUREBRED BREEDERS’ CUSTOMERS   Cooper City, FL — Purebred Breeders and PetKey, a family of pet services, have established a partnership to bring new Purebred Breeders customers across the […]

Many of those who visit Purebred Breeders, have one question in mind: is there an exercise routine that would keep any pooch in tiptop shape? Well, the answer to such a query is definitely no. If you are among such individuals, you should keep in mind that the physical activity requirements of your canine companion […]

So you have decided that you need a puppy in your life. Either you feel like you want a companion to fill your empty home, your children have been begging you for one and you have finally relented, or you just always wanted a dog but never had the opportunity. Whatever the case, you have […]

Now that you’ve found your new purebred puppy from PurebredBreeders.com, it is time to take him home. You should take time, however, to puppy-proof your home first to ensure the safety of your new puppy. We hope the following tips will be helpful in puppy proofing your home. If you have any other questions, please […]

Begging at the dinner table is a popular habit amongst canines and most often than not, it is a sure method to get the attention they want from their owners. This method works since dog owners are often compelled to give in to the sweet whimpers of their four-legged friends. Realizing the weakness of their […]

All dogs need exercise. However, there a number of factors that will affect the type, frequency, and amount of exercise each dog receives. But with so many different dog types how can you be sure of the type of exercise that might be right for your dog? Just like people, dog breeds come with different […]

Most persons were not born ready to be an expert on dog training, and many new dog owners are in need of guidance, but that is okay. The truth is we all have to start somewhere, and Purebredbreeders.com reviews is determined to help in any way possible. Below are just five of the books dog […]

A well-balanced adult dog can only result from proper care, training and socialization. This is why all three factors are better introduced when young and should be consistent throughout the canine’s life. Socialization can often be taken for granted because we tend assume that dogs are always ready to adapt to new situations however, Purebred […]

Purebredbreeders.com has often stressed that socialization is vital to a dog’s life because the process will prepare the pooch to deal with new people and situations. The inability to adapt to new environments, trust new people or get along with other animals can cause much distress for a dog, lead to constant and unnecessary anxiety […]

It must be understood that a fixation or obsessive behavior over an object is a serious issue, no matter how funny it looks. Unfortunately, many owners are responsible for the condition’s progression in their dog because they either missed the signs or fed the obsession. Little things like your dog’s more than usual interest in […]

If you have a dog that displays obsessive behavior, you may have an accident waiting to happen. You must understand that fixations are almost like obsessions in human beings, so getting between a dog and his or her object of fixation can lead to an attack. This is why Purebredbreeders.com urges you to learn how […]

Many of us hear stories from friends, family, and colleagues about things their dog does that displeases them, or know someone with a dog we just do not like being around because of something they do. The problem in most cases is that one thing he or she does that irks us, and while we […]

An overly affectionate dog can become a problem if he or she is too clingy, otherwise most owners do not mind. Ironically, experts warn against reciprocating when this behavior is displayed because it does not mean the same in “dog speak” as it does in “human speak”. In fact, an excessive show of affection in […]

Dog training has many purposes; it allows the dog to understand what is expected and it allows you to effectively communicate what you want the dog to do.  Additionally, the dog gets the exercise and mental stimulation he or she needs and the canine/human relationship strengthens as you both develop suitable means of communicating with […]

  We have all been through the guilt pangs of leaving our beloved four-legged companion alone when the reality of life summons. Separation anxiety or the visible stress that manifests itself in dogs within 30 minutes of the pet parent’s departure is a common condition in canines. It is said that 10-15% of dogs suffer […]

It’s unusual to ask if a doctor is house-trained. But, if your doctor belongs to the canine community, you might have to do so. Specially-trained dogs are helping people keep serious medical conditions under control. In Bonners Ferry, Idaho, Michelle Lech relies on a German Shepherd named Ganeva to let her know if she’s about […]

In June, several people went out of their way to help autistic children. At the Sterling Correctional Facility, a prison in Colorado, inmate Christopher Vogt helped train a service dog for an autistic boy named Zack Tucker, reports the Denver Post. According to the newspaper, Vogt taught Zack how to give the dog commands. WGN-TV […]

For some U.S. soldiers, combat doesn’t end after war. Even after they’ve left Iraq or Afghanistan, disturbing memories can haunt them. These memories are often part of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. According to a 2008 study from RAND, a nonprofit research organization, one in five Iraq and Afghanistan veterans have PTSD, an anxiety disorder […]

David Cantara gave away one of his “children” in Orlando on Wednesday, and he couldn’t have been prouder. The professional dog trainer from North Carolina presented 14-month-old Marley, a golden retriever mix, to Kyle Evans, an Army veteran from Orlando who was wounded in the war in Iraq. It was the first companion-therapy canine that […]

MINNEAPOLIS, June 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The next evolution of virtual pets will come to the Nintendo DS™ family of handheld systems this holiday season when Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) releases Wappy Dog, a toy puppy, developed by SEGA TOYS, that interacts with the player through the Nintendo DS™. Already hailed by TimeForKids.com as […]

YouTube is a powerful tool. This enormous streaming video Web site enables everyday people to become media powerhouses. Each person who registers for the site can start his own video channel — something akin to an online TV station. According to Website-Monitoring.com, a Web services company, the top five YouTube channels had over one million […]

Source: Kitsap Sun A new program introduced at Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women in Belfair is training offenders to work with dogs. Called Prison Pet Partnership Program, it has been successful at Washington Corrections Center for Women in Purdy for many years, and a pilot was launched at MCCCW in March. So far, about […]

Press Release TORONTO, May 16 /PRNewswire/ – TORONTO, May 16 /PRNewswire/ – Loyalty, bravery, unconditional love, devotion and intuition – these are just a few of the ways to describe the 2011 Purina Animal Hall of Fame Inductees – K’os, Moose, Scooter and Missy, and Stinky. Honored this morning at PawsWay in Toronto, the permanent […]