Dig Dogs Dig

Author: James Horvath
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062357042
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The text and art have been gently adapted from James Horvath’s picture book of the same title. Dig, Dogs, Dig is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences.

Dog Training 101

Author: Kyra Sundance
Publisher: Quarry Books
ISBN: 163159429X
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BEFORE YOU START Scolding your dog after the fact serves no purpose. Focus
on prevention, not punishment. TROUBLESHOOTING WHY DO DOGS DIG?
Dogs dig for several reasons: to make a cool hole to lie in, as an instinct to make
a den, to bury a bone, to hunt a gopher, to escape the yard, from separation
anxiety, or simply for entertainment. Figuring out why your dog is digging is the
first step to providing a solution. TIP! are more likely to dig than others. Some
breeds, like ...

The Everything Essential Dog Training And Tricks Book

Author: Gerilyn J Bielakiewicz
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440590206
Size: 48.11 MB
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Mental and physical exercise are both good ways to combat unwanted digging.
Anything you add to your dog's day will make him less likely to turn to digging to
release his excess energy. Make sure your dog has been properly exercised and
has tasks or toys to occupy him. Bored or Breed? Digging is a natural behavior
among dogs, and most breeds will dig given half the chance. Digging is a
wonderful stress reliever, a great way to find a cool spot on a hot day, and for
many breeds it ...

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Author: Dog Fancy Magazine
Publisher: i5 Publishing
ISBN: 1593788495
Size: 30.93 MB
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Once you've taken off your hat and coat and glanced at the mail — and your dog
has settled down from the excitement of seeing you return — go and give him a
friendly greeting. He may need to go potty, and some play time or a walk are
good rewards for his time well spent alone. DIGGING Digging is another natural
and normal doggie behavior. Wild dogs dig to bury whatever food they can save
to eat later. (And you thought we invented the “doggie bag”!) Burying bones or
toys is a ...

Mixed Breeds For Dummies

Author: Miriam Fields-Babineau
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470184973
Size: 23.17 MB
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Then, whatever you were doing with your dog — a game of fetch, tug, or leg
pulling — stop the game. If your mixed breed has no sympathy for your pain, you'
ll need to take the mom approach. Put a hand on either side of her head, taking
firm hold of her neck scruff. Hold her in place and stare her in the eyes as you
growl at her. The moment she blinks or otherwise looks away, let go. Make her do
something for you such as a sit. Praise and reward her good behavior. If the
grabbing hold ...

Caucasian Mountain Dog

Author: Stacey Kubyn
Publisher: i5 Publishing
ISBN: 1621870650
Size: 36.22 MB
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DIGGING Digging is another natural and normal doggy behavior. Wild canines
dig to bury whatever food they can save for later to eat. (And you thought we
invented the doggy bag!) Burying bones or toys is a primary cause to dig. Dogs
also dig to get at interesting little underground creatures like moles and mice.
Caucasians, being primitive in many ways, dig holes to sleep in, to stay cool from
the sun and to stay warm in the winter. The solution to the last two is easy. In the
summer ...

Dogs Of The Drowned City 2 The Pack

Author: Dayna Lorentz
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 0545388082
Size: 59.85 MB
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Dig, dogs! Dig in!” The water calmed — the tree-monster was gone. All that
remained was a froth of scum on the canal's surface. But Shep scented a new
danger. “Thought you'd shaken us, pets?” The wild pack had finally caught up
with them. The first wild dog to the edge of the river jumped right in with a crash.
Shep spotted a tree branch glide out of a nearby eddy. The branch split into a
mouth of sharp teeth and snapped around the wild dog. The dog barely had time
to yelp before ...

Getting Ready For Phonics

Author: Judith Harries
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408193868
Size: 71.34 MB
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Ball games or sound. mat, rat etc. dig/dog. Follow my leader The leader chooses
an action and repeats the word: j, j, j, jump; h, h, h, hop; sk, sk, sk, skip, st, st, st,
stamp. Roll or toss a ball from one to another in pairs as you say words starting
with the same letter Toss a ball or beanbag from hand to hand as you repeat
rhyming words such as bat, hat, cat, fat, Roll the ball and keep a sound going
until the ball stops – ooooooo, eeeeeee, aaaaah, aaaaaay or with cvc words
such as kit/kat, ...

The Dog Bible

Author: Tracie Hotchner
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1440623082
Size: 59.35 MB
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If you give your dog plenty of running, walking and chasing, she'll be less inclined
to dig to China. Play games with your dog, engage her mind as well as her body,
and you may find less excavation work. DESIGNATE A DIG ZONE Give your dog
some portion of your land that is okay to dig in. You can bring in a few bags of
sand or chips or whatever you think will appeal to your dog's desire to dig. Dogs
can learn to respect boundaries and understand fairly complex ideas about what

Magic Tree House 4 Pirates Treasure

Author: Mary Pope Osborne
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1446495248
Size: 67.72 MB
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Mary Pope Osborne. ig, Dogs, Dig Pinky and Stinky tied their rope around the big
rock. The wind howled.The two pirates pulled. And pulled. And pulled. “They
need help!” said jack. “Aghh, let the dogs do the work!” growled Cap'n Bones. “
You're not very nice to them,” said Annie. “Who cares?” roared Cap'n Bones. “
Cap'n! We got it!” shouted Pinky. They started pulling the rock across the sand. “
Now let's dig where the rock was,” said Jack. “All. 48 Dig, Dogs, Dig.