The following is a guest post from Fox News contributor Matt Fink.
It is written for readers who may not have heard of Matt.
He is the founder and owner of Animal Husbandry Software.
He has been a certified home-care trainer and animal husbandier for over 25 years.
He also works with many of the top breeders and breeders of dogs, including American Staffordshire Terriers, German Shepherds, Great Danes, and more.
I have had the privilege to train many of my clients and work with some of the best.
The reason for the post is because many of these clients are not happy with their dogs, and they want to make sure their dogs are getting the care they need.
If you have an animal, please read this post.
I am not saying that all dogs are bad, but the majority are not the dogs that you want to be having in your home.
My advice for people who want to avoid having a problem with their dog: 1) Always have your dog tested for rabies before you get him in the house.
You don’t want to expose your dog to an infection that could lead to rabies if you don’t do your own testing.
2) Have a plan to deal with your pet’s health problems.
3) Don’t let your pet loose, because your pet is going to run off, jump in the bathtub, get sick, or die if he doesn’t get the right care.
4) If you are planning to take your dog out for a walk or a walk-in-the-park, make sure you have a way to keep your dog safe.
5) If your dog does run off or gets sick, get the help you need immediately.
6) Always take the dog’s vaccination and follow it. 7) If there are health issues with your dog, get him tested, and if necessary, give him the shots and get him immunized.
8) Always get your dog spayed or neutered before going out for walks or walking in the park.
9) Get your dog vaccinated before you leave home.
I hope these tips help.
I am not a veterinarian.
If there is anything I can do for you, please let me know.
If you would like to send me an email or a message, please do so at the end of this post: Email me: animal [email protected]
You can also follow me on Twitter at: @dog_wife, @animal_husbandry, or my blog.
This article was written by my friend, Judy Liss, who teaches dog training and dog behavior at the American Kennel Club.
You may also find Judy on her YouTube channel, where she is a dog trainer.