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Videos will be updated frequently and shown inthe order of update, so that you will be seeing newest videos whenyou open the application.
I will be adding the funniest and cutest cat videos which will bethe funniest animal videos you will see!
Great application for your kids, children.
Both entertaining and good for amusement
Secret dog camera to watch out.

Understand the value of crate training:

You might think it cruel to pen a dog up in a crate for hours ata time. But dogs are instinctively den animals, so confined spacesare not as oppressive to them as they are to us. In fact, cratetrained dogs will seek out their crates as a source ofcomfort.
Crate training is a useful way to manage your dog's behavior whenhe's unsupervised for extended periods of time.
For example, many owners crate their dogs when they go to sleep orleave the house.

Begin crate training young:

Although older dogs can be taught to enjoy their crates as well,it's easier to train a young dog.
However, if your puppy is a large breed, don't train him in a smallcrate that you think he'll grow into.
Dogs won't relieve themselves where they sleep or relax, so youneed the crate to be appropriately sized.
If you use a crate that's too large, he might urinate in the farcorner of it because he has so much space.

Obedience training really is not for the dog...it's for YOU.This training teaches you how to communicate what you want your dogto do in a way that he understands. If you send your dog to someoneelse to train them, they learn to work with that person, not you.Take the time to learn how to train your dog, don't pass theresponsibility off to someone else. In some cases, you may need tohave your dog learn the basics from someone else. But then, youshould have the trainer work with you AND the dog together. Thiswill make sure that you have the ability to continue the trainingat home. Check back in with the trainer for “tune up” sessions foryou and your dog to keep everyone on track.

Remember that every dog is different. One dog might learn at aslower pace than another dog, and that's okay. There is no suchthing as an untrainable dog!
Remember that dogs do not communicate the same way humans do. It'sup to you to learn their "language" not the other way around.
Do not let your dog "lean" on you either when you are standing upor sitting down. This is not a sign that they like you. This is asign of dominance. The dog is encroaching into your space. You arethe leader. Stand up and let your knee or foot nudge them out ofyour space. Praise the dog for getting up. Give the dog a commandto lay down on their bed or go to their crate if you need to manageyour personal space more effectively.
If using hand signals, be sure they are unique and distinct for thedog to see and differentiate. There are standard dog trainingsignals used for basic commands like “sit,” “stay,” etc. If you areunsure, ask your trainer or look online or in a book for a clearerpicture of the body language to use.
Be consistent. Make sure the command and hand signal use is thesame each time. 10-15 minutes per day day is all that ittakes.
When using voice commands, use a firm voice. You mean for this dogto sit, so speak with meaning. Do not continue to repeat a commandover and over again hoping the dog will eventually perform thecommand. Reinforce the command within 2-3 seconds if the command isnot done and then praise the dog. You don’t want to be one of thosepeople you see repeating “sit” 20 or so times until the dog sits.You want a sit on the first command, not the 20th.
Do not allow your dog to bite you, even playfully. This sets a badprecedent and it will be difficult for you to break them of thishabit. Dangerous, aggressive dogs will need special training froman experienced dog trainer. In some cases, a veterinary behavioristwill need to become involved.
The best dog camera.

App Information Dog Training

  • App Name
    Dog Training
  • Package Name
    com.meliksahturker.dogtv
  • Updated
    July 26, 2015
  • File Size
    2.6M
  • Requires Android
    Android 2.3 and up
  • Version
    2.1
  • Developer
    MTSWare
  • Installs
    5,000 - 10,000
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Media & Video
  • Developer
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Spanish Timbrado Trainer 2 APK
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Open this app and make your timbrado canary listen.It will learn and sing like our champion spanish timbradoThe Spanish Timbrado Canary is the newest breed of song canary,developed in Spain in the 1940's and 1950's. It is also consideredto be the purest domestic form of canary. Being closest geneticallyto the original wild canary as it was developed by crossing thewild canary with the song bird of Spain. This combination resultedin a bird with a very unique song. The name, like its song,suggests the chattering of Spanish castanets, Although loud, theirsongs are not grating or harsh. They consist of many quicksuccessions and combinations of notes. A good Spanish Timbrado hasa bright cheery song and is very pleasant to listen.This bird can make a wonderful companion to be enjoyed for itssong as well as its beautiful appearance. They are developed withall sorts of colors along with a variety of clear, metallic tonesto their songs. They are steadily growing in popularity.The Spanish Timbrado is classed as one of several well known"song canaries", bred for song rather than physical appearance orcolor. Shows for these birds are of a different nature than showsfor other canary types. Basically being entered into singingcontests these canaries are bred with the goal of achieving winnerswith the best balance between quality and variety of song. Eachbreed has a distinctive song and a well-defined song standard. Someof the other well know song canaries include: the Roller Canary,the American Singer Canary, the Russian Singer Canary, and theWaterslager Canary.Scientific Name:Serinus canaria domesticusDistribution:One of the newest breeds, the Spanish Timbrado Canary began to bebred by an organized breeders' association in the 1940's and 1950'sin Spain. Being bred for a very loud very clear metallic sound withbell tones, the most common meaning of the name 'timbrado' is theringing of an old-fashioned doorbell. The first rules of standardfor this bird were established in about 1963, but have been updatedat least three times since then.Description:Though the Spanish Timbrado Canary is classified as a "songcanary", it is also bred for appearance which can vary widelydepending on where an individual bird is from. Most Timbrados willreach a length of just over 5 inches (12.7 cm). As they are judgedin shows for their appearance as well as their song, they need tobe compact and robust looking, the chest must be wide, and the feetvery short. The feathers need to be tight and the tail v-shaped butnot too long.Their coloring is often closer to that of the wild canary, beinggreenish, but they are also found in yellow, white, cinnamon, andvariegated. There can be no frilling or red coloring in itsplumage.The song of this canary is most important. The song of theSpanish Timbrado Canary consists of twelve notes. They must beloud, metallic, bright, and harmonious. Negatives in the song arescreeches, strained sounds, and nasal sounds. Standards for threetypes of songs have been established; the original known as'Classical' line, the 'Floreado line', and the 'Intermediate' linewhich falls between the other two.Canaries of both sexes can begin to sing a weak song as early asfour weeks, but females usually don't sing after about six monthsand won't have the full long song of a male.
Goldfinch Trainer 2.0 APK
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Goldfinch birds are crossed and bred with other canaries to obtainthe best singings.Their colour and singing can be various depending on theparents.You can train your goldfinch and canaries to sing better.
Budgerigar 2.1 APK
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Two little cute parakeets tweet and talk to each other.Make your bird listen. Both amuse and help it to talkParakeets are social animals and require stimulation in the shapeof toys and interaction with humans or with other budgerigars.Budgerigars, and especially females, will chew material such aswood. When a budgerigar feels threatened, it will try to perch ashigh as possible and to bring its feathers close against its bodyin order to appear thinner.Tame budgerigars can be taught to speak, whistle, and play withhumans. Both males and females sing and can learn to mimic soundsand words and do simple tricks, but singing and mimicry are morepronounced and better perfected in males. Females rarely learn tomimic more than a dozen words. Males can easily acquirevocabularies ranging from a few dozen to a hundred words. Petmales, especially those kept alone, are generally the bestspeakers.Alternative common names include budgie, shell parrot, warblinggrass parakeet, canary parrot, zebra parrot, flight bird, scallopparrot, love bird and the alternate spellings budgerygah andbetcherrygah.
Dog Training 2.1 APK
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Videos will be updated frequently and shown inthe order of update, so that you will be seeing newest videos whenyou open the application.I will be adding the funniest and cutest cat videos which will bethe funniest animal videos you will see!Great application for your kids, children.Both entertaining and good for amusementSecret dog camera to watch out.Understand the value of crate training:You might think it cruel to pen a dog up in a crate for hours ata time. But dogs are instinctively den animals, so confined spacesare not as oppressive to them as they are to us. In fact, cratetrained dogs will seek out their crates as a source ofcomfort.Crate training is a useful way to manage your dog's behavior whenhe's unsupervised for extended periods of time.For example, many owners crate their dogs when they go to sleep orleave the house.Begin crate training young:Although older dogs can be taught to enjoy their crates as well,it's easier to train a young dog.However, if your puppy is a large breed, don't train him in a smallcrate that you think he'll grow into.Dogs won't relieve themselves where they sleep or relax, so youneed the crate to be appropriately sized.If you use a crate that's too large, he might urinate in the farcorner of it because he has so much space.Obedience training really is not for the dog...it's for YOU.This training teaches you how to communicate what you want your dogto do in a way that he understands. If you send your dog to someoneelse to train them, they learn to work with that person, not you.Take the time to learn how to train your dog, don't pass theresponsibility off to someone else. In some cases, you may need tohave your dog learn the basics from someone else. But then, youshould have the trainer work with you AND the dog together. Thiswill make sure that you have the ability to continue the trainingat home. Check back in with the trainer for “tune up” sessions foryou and your dog to keep everyone on track.Remember that every dog is different. One dog might learn at aslower pace than another dog, and that's okay. There is no suchthing as an untrainable dog!Remember that dogs do not communicate the same way humans do. It'sup to you to learn their "language" not the other way around.Do not let your dog "lean" on you either when you are standing upor sitting down. This is not a sign that they like you. This is asign of dominance. The dog is encroaching into your space. You arethe leader. Stand up and let your knee or foot nudge them out ofyour space. Praise the dog for getting up. Give the dog a commandto lay down on their bed or go to their crate if you need to manageyour personal space more effectively.If using hand signals, be sure they are unique and distinct for thedog to see and differentiate. There are standard dog trainingsignals used for basic commands like “sit,” “stay,” etc. If you areunsure, ask your trainer or look online or in a book for a clearerpicture of the body language to use.Be consistent. Make sure the command and hand signal use is thesame each time. 10-15 minutes per day day is all that ittakes.When using voice commands, use a firm voice. You mean for this dogto sit, so speak with meaning. Do not continue to repeat a commandover and over again hoping the dog will eventually perform thecommand. Reinforce the command within 2-3 seconds if the command isnot done and then praise the dog. You don’t want to be one of thosepeople you see repeating “sit” 20 or so times until the dog sits.You want a sit on the first command, not the 20th.Do not allow your dog to bite you, even playfully. This sets a badprecedent and it will be difficult for you to break them of thishabit. Dangerous, aggressive dogs will need special training froman experienced dog trainer. In some cases, a veterinary behavioristwill need to become involved.The best dog camera.
Champion Canary 1.3 APK
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Also you can set as ringtone or set as alarm.Your phone will have nice ringtones with bird sounds, becausenatural sounds always better ringtones.We gathered the rewarded canaries from all around the world.Canary sound will relax and calm you, also cheers and entertain thechildren. Not only that but also helps your canaries to sing,teaching it. Helpful for canary trainingCanaries were originally found on a few temperate islands in theAtlantic ocean. The little birds are now domesticated and arelovable little pets. They usually live in park-lands, fruit farms,and slopes with little vegetation. They feed on seeding plants,cabbage, lettuce, poppy and chickweed. In February and March, thesebirds begin nest building. In the wild, they are usuallygrayish-green or greenish-yellow. Their sexes slightly differ incolor and markings. Some people think they're hard and/orimpossibly trained, but with this guide it will be really easy tobegin and finish with.Give your bird lots of love.Don't rush the bird. Stay patient. Training birds can be verydifficult.Let the bird bite your finger so he gets more comfortable. Don'tworry, it tickles!Give your bird daily time for exercise outside the cage daily afterit is in the middle of training.Give the bird, 15 to 20 minute sessions each day to avoid thecanary from losing interest.
Singer Canary Tutor 2.0 APK
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The Canary 2.0 APK
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Canaries are first brought to Europe bySpaniards in the 15th century and several species are bred togenerate various and specialized new species. These birds becamepopular among royalties and eventually within the people. Canariesare trained to sing and today there are many canary species thatare bought for the singing some of which are:1- American Singer:American singer canaries are bred from Roller and Border canariesin the early 20th century. The purpose in this breeding was tomerge the look of Border and singing of Roller canaries and hasbeen successful. These birds are known for good look and singing.Their singing has euphonic and various melodies.2- Morocco Flauta:Although not known for sure, these canaries are thought to be bredfrom Spanish Timbrado, Waterslager and Hartz Roller. This bird isdistinguished by its singing rather than its look and known withmany melodies such as: Flawtapelle, Flawtabellen, Flawtajok andmany others.3- Hartz Edel Roller:This bird appears 300 years ago around Germany, Belgium, Luxembourgand the Netherlands. They are known and bred for their hollow andmellow melodies.4- Waterslager (Malinois) :Waterslager are alike with their relative Harz-Roller canaries inlook and size but singing is quite different than both Harz-Rollerand Spanish Timbrado. These canaries are bred in Belgium where theyare popular. They are mostly plain yellow and slightly spotted butthe color doesn’t matter because these birds are bred for theirstrong and sweet melodies. COM specifies these birds as “differentsinging canary”5- Russian Singer:Brought to Russia from Germany in 18th century in first place,those birds are loved by Russians due to high imitation skill. Theyare bred for their imitation and exceptional singing ability only.Although they are preferred to be plain yellow and white mostly,their look is rarely taken into account.6- Spanish Timbrado:Defined as a singing canary in 1970s, this bird is mostly unknownexcept Spain and some Latin American countries. Their singing ishigh frequency and much faster than Waterslager and Harzcanaries.
Chardonneret 1.0.1 APK
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Entraînez votre oiseau chardonneret canari avec cetteapplication.Faire votre oiseau écouter, et il va apprendre à chanter ceschansons.Chardonneret est un nom vernaculaire ambigu en français, pouvantdésigner plusieurs espèces différentes d'oiseaux. Ce nomvernaculaire est aussi à la base de plusieurs noms normalisés ou denoms vulgaires créés pour la nomenclature scientifique en français.C'est ainsi le nom normalisé de 16 espèces de passereaux du genreCarduelis qui comprend aussi des linottes, les tarins, les sizerinset des verdiers. C'est aussi l'un des noms vernaculaires duChardonneret élégant.Ils sont réputés pour leur plumage ou la beauté de leurschants1.Le nom de chardonneret dérive de "chardon", cette petite plantehérissée de piquants qui pousse le long des chemins. Selon certainsauteurs, ce nom a été donné à ces oiseaux parce qu'ils senourrissent des graines de chardon1. Cependant, l'explication de lafréquentation des chardons par ces oiseaux pourrait avoir une autreorigine. Dans leurs déplacements, les moutons se frottent contreles chardons et y accrochent quelques flocons de laine. Alors, lechardonneret vient prendre le flocon, l'effiloche pour le démêleret en capitonne le nid de ses petits, parfois nommés grisets.Il existe de nombreuses formes locales de ce terme par exemplechardonnerel ou chardonnail, en Provence il existe par exemplecardalino. On y retrouve plus facilement la proximité avec le latinimpérial carduelis dérivé de carduus, le chardon.Train yourbird canary goldfinch with this application.Make your bird to listen, and he will learn to sing these songs.Goldfinch is an ambiguous vernacular name in French, might pointto several different species of birds. The vernacular name is alsothe basis of several standardized names or common names created forscientific nomenclature in French. Thus the standard name of 16passerine species of the genus Carduelis which also includeslinottes, siskins, redpolls and greenfinch. It is also one of thecommon names of the Goldfinch.They are renowned for their plumage or the beauty of theirchants1.The name derives from Goldfinch "thistle" this little plant thatgrows bristling with spines along the paths. According to someauthors, this name was given to these birds because they eat seedschardon1. However, the explanation of attendance thistles by thesebirds could have another origin. In their travels, sheep rubagainst thistles and there hang some wool flakes. So just take thegoldfinch flake, for the fray and unravel capitonne the nest of itsyoung, sometimes called sixgill.There are many local forms of this term such chardonnerel orchardonnail in Provence there is such cardalino. We find it easierproximity to the imperial Latin carduelis derivative carduus,thistle.
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