I am positive to say that it is easy to wipe your dog's abdoman with a towel by asking him to be ''dead-dog''. I advise you to run your hands on his abdoman and find if there is somthing wrong. Early detection is best.
They do not move until I say 'O.K.'.
'Now, we are beautiful?'(^_-)=☆
*** Do not forget to give your pooch treats or praise for being good.
My trainer, Bea, of Carifornia and her buddies. I met Meg Kaneko two years ago in 2007, soon after she came to America to learn more about dog training.
I now consider Meg a good friend. Meg loves her dogs and loves learning as much as she can about training dogs. Meg's knowledge of dogs is amazingly good, and her knowledge has imporved in the last two years. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Meg in Obedience, Rally, and Tracking. She is a good student and works very hard to do what I suggest. She has been a model student.
I know that Meg will be very successful with training others to understand how totrain their dogs with positive reinforcement. There are many "tools" that Meg has up her sleeve to use for the variety of different personalities of people and dogs to help them to accomplish their goals for having Good Canine Companions, as well as having Well Trained dogs that can compete for JKC. Not everyone can be a "good" trainer and a "fair"trainer and keep their dog's best interest at heart. She will help handlers to be patient and to learn to be the "leader" of the pack. She understands - "Don't be mean to your dog, but MEAN what you say! Their life depends on it".
From Bea Moore, AKC Judge and trainer, http://www.k-9rally.com
I took Ellie for a walk around neighborhood this morning. With knowing or not that the boy found Ellie was thirsty due to the hot weather, he scooped up water in a bucket with his hands and gave Ellie.