Dogs and humans don't always see eye-to-eye; and that's okay. I'm here to help you both understand each other better! My job is to bridge the language barrier between person and dog and keep the training process going smoothly. You want a dog that listens to you, and your dog wants a loving home.
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Minimise behaviour problems and strengthen the bond with your best friend. The training session is specifically tailored for your family in your environment and includes the children. Prevention is much easier than a cure, so we set about looking at the complete picture and then give you the tools to suit your household to ensure a happy and harmonious start to a lifelong relationship with your new family member. Have you ever wanted to teach your dog a few extra tricks? In this unique dog tricks training class, you and your best friend can have some fun learning the foundations for popular tricks. A persistent bark is one of the most common issues that owners encounter with their four legged friends. Here we work with the dog to help minimise unnecessary barking.
Malak was outside with her family when a stray dog appeared and bit her face, according to her uncle, year-old Abdullah Rawashdeh. When they got to the hospital, the doctor stitched up her wound without treating or checking her for rabies, Rawashdeh said. Three weeks later, Malak was dead. Human life is more valuable than animal life, the mufti said. Listeners took his words as a fatwa, an Islamic legal ruling, kicking off a dog hunt that swept the Hashemite Kingdom. Within days, Jordanian municipalities were poisoning or shooting hundreds of stray dogs across the country. On November 8, Jordanian media reported that more than stray dogs had been killed in the city of Karak alone. On Facebook, a video circulated of pre-dawn snipers in the city of Zarqa, driving around in the early morning to shoot stray dogs out of the backs of their trucks. Others protested the killings, circulating homemade videos and petitions bearing grisly images: rows of dog carcasses lined up on the street or piled in the back of a truck, blood smeared across their fur; dogs writhing on the ground, twitching from poison or glassy-eyed in a pool of blood; a bullet-ridden pup with several toes missing, limping across a tile floor to nuzzle at a bowl of food.