Dog Food and Health:
As important as training is, a dog needs a proper diet and good health to be both physically and mentally balanced. Here are 2 links I use to feed my own dogs. To research the quality of dog food you are feeding, go to The Dog Food Advisor.com. It rates countless brands of dog food for quality and ingredients.
As for supplements, this is what I feed all my dogs and I can’t recommend their products highly enough. Click thru to Nature’s Farmacy.com from here and enter your email address to save 10% on your order. I add these to my dog’s food from birth thru old age, thru breeding and gestation. My 2 favorite products are the Probiotic Max and the Ultimate. I also use the Norwegian Kelp daily as well as several of their other products for my aging dogs. Their supplements for those who have breeding males or females are excellent, and their fading puppy supplement is a lifesaver. If you are interested in learning to feed homemade, they have great advice, help and support to get you going
Health: A to Z
The following website has more information about canine health than you can imagine. They are a main ‘go-to’ for myself: www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com Whether you are curious about essential oil, vaccines, fleas/ticks, vaccines, diet, or any other subject, they have information about it. I would also follow the advice of Dr Karen Becker (found on-line), Dr Jean Dodds (found on-line) or Dr. Ronald Schultz (found on-line).
Click on the picture you see here below for training equipment, books and videos. There is also an extensive on-line library for you to enjoy free of charge, available at this site.