The whole dog journal is a must read and should be part of your dog breeding library. There is so much information that is important and valuable to keep on hand. One thing that many breeders overlook when raising dogs is the whole dog journal. This journal provides the opportunity for you to go over your dog’s health history, the problems or concerns he/she has been facing and provide necessary tips for preventing or fixing these problems.
When I first purchased my dogs from a breeder, I had them come home with me in a kennel with a whole dog journal. I always encouraged my dogs to open up their diary and let me know about anything they had trouble with. That way I could have a better idea of how to handle it.
It was hard at first to notice all the health issues my dogs were having. However, when I kept track of it, I was amazed at what the journal was saying. I learned a lot and it gave me a sense of direction. I started getting the picture that breeding dogs for health, not looks was the best route to take. I knew I needed to focus more on her mental and physical well-being.
Dogs need love too. When I brought home a new dog, she was my favorite companion of mine. I did everything possible to create a great environment for her and make sure she was always happy and content. The whole dog journal allowed me to keep track of all of her issues and what she was experiencing.
I started looking into breeding dogs for health, not looks. After reading many different books on the subject, I discovered that not only can I have a healthy pet, but that I also had the right attitude. A happy dog is a happy dog. By encouraging my dogs to talk about their problems and seek professional help, I was doing them a big favor. I also noticed many of the same problems in others that I was having and found out a bit about their problems, which was helpful for me to know what to look out for.
After realizing what the problem was with my dogs, I had them go to the vet to find out what was wrong and then I began to look into breeding dogs for health, not looks. It was actually easier than I thought. I now have a list of symptoms and a whole journal of the ailments and problems that my dogs have been having. and where I was at that particular moment.
Healthy dogs are happier dogs. They are not as likely to develop allergies, diabetes, skin conditions, and other common health problems. They will have fewer behavioral problems.
If you want to have a healthy dog, start keeping a journal of your pets’ health and problems. A journal is an important part of dog breeding and the whole dog journal is a great way to do it.
My dogs are all very happy with their journal. Some are very sick and I have been able to diagnose most of it on the spot. Sometimes, I am surprised at what I find. I can look into it further when the dogs are not feeling well. Once I find something I don’t understand, I can always consult a vet or better yet, a dog trainer to get the information.
I also keep a journal of the things I try to feed my dogs. These are things like dog treats, grains, supplements, and treats. These can be beneficial, but they also add up. over time. I don’t even realize it because when I am in the grocery store I’m eating way more of these treats than I should be.
Healthy dogs are not just happy dogs, they are happy people too. They are loving, caring, loving, and always willing to help someone if they are feeling in need of assistance.
It has been a lot easier to be a successful breeder of healthy dogs. I feel good that I have learned so much about the breed and the different issues that exist and have found a way to solve them.