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PetMD Editorial
Nov 14, 2008

Dogs are capable of working in many different capacities, but one area they excel in is service. Some service dogs protect, others save lives, but all strive to help humankind. Of these, there are five main types of service dogs: assistance, rescue, personal protection,… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 14, 2008

Job hunting can be a frustrating task. There is the résumé building, the narrowing down of prospective employers, the interview process, not to mention the obligatory "jumping through hoops." But if you love pets, are reliable, honest and hard working, and are… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 14, 2008

Do you have a dog that excels at all forms of training? Do you want something to show for your dog's abilities? Are you interested in showing off your dog’s talents? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you may be interested in getting your dog certified… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 04, 2008

10 Quick Tips on How to Be a Dog Trainer Have you dreamed of working with animals all your life? Or maybe you've decided you need a career change? Joining the Humane Society or packing your bags for the Peace Corps isn't for everyone, but becoming a dog trainer… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 04, 2008

While your dog might be your best friend, that puddle on the floor sure isn’t. If your potty-trained, new puppy or rescue dog occasionally pees on the floor for no fathomable reason, then you might have a dog with submissive or excitement urination issues. So what should… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Sep 18, 2008

Note from the Editor: I’d like to thank our devoted readers for responding swiftly to theerrorwe made in promoting this outdated training article. While we do recognize that there are a variety of dog training methodsavailable to pet owners, petMD does not support dominance… Read More