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PetSmart is celebrating National Train Your Dog Month and a recent study by the National Council on Pet Population (NCPPSP) revealed that ninety six percent of all dogs in shelters are untrained. Pet parents need to be better educated and common behavioural challenges with dogs can easily be resolved through training and exercise.
Training or lack of attention is one of the primary reasons dogs are turned into shelters. Debbie McKnight from PetSmart is keen to promote awareness for the requirement for pet training and hence is promoting National Train Your Dog Month in January.
Helpful SolutionsCommon struggles are often offset through easily-learned training techniques. Pet parents can curb these problems with dog training and reinforcing this training at home.Leash pulling: Pulling during walks can keep pet parents from enjoying a stroll with their dog.
The pet industry is a highly competitive market with the development of large supermarkets catering for a larger range of pet items for households. The more developed markets are seeing an increase propensity to purchase a wide range of material goods.
Please click on the following link to view more information on the pet care industry: http://www.companiesandmarkets.com/Market-Report/pet-care-2011-global-competitive-and-retail-distribution-landscape-market-report-714565.asp
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