Stuffed Animals Dogs Site Acknowledges DogBreedStore.com Announcement to Read Dogs Better
10/07/2010

Stuffed Animals Dogs site hosts products from DogBreedStore.com, which offered a special blog post on its site, giving tips to improve communication with dogs.

Online PR News – 07-October-2010 – – Stuffed Animals Dogs site hosts products from DogBreedStore.com, which offered a special blog post on its site, giving tips to improve communication with dogs.

DogBreedStore.com is attached to Calendars.com. Both are retail websites, but DogBreedStore.com offers a lot of dog-specific paraphernalia, including mugs, clocks, and coasters with nifty looking dog pictures on them. However, their stuffed animals are the cutest portion of their ordering menu. They have something for nearly every breed imaginable: Beagle, Collie, Boxer, Bulldog, Doberman, German Shepherd, Golden and Labrador Retrievers, various Spaniels, the Chihuahua, and many more.

The specialty everything dog retailer has a cute blog, but it is also helpful. Earlier this month (October 2010) the blog site posted a few tips to effectively communicate with a dog in writing, but they also provide a short video, lasting about seven (7) minutes. For instance, often a dog will greet someone by giving a calming gesture, like a yawn.

The blog site has other neat posts, too, like how to change your dog’s behavior. The biggest lesson from this post suggests that the best way to change a canine’s behavior is to make sure that it suffers consequences for its actions and that it clearly understands the connection between the negative action and the negative consequence.

The Stuffed Animals Dogs site features several products from DogBreedStore.com. The site offers several of the company’s products, but it also gives allows a user to enter the company’s site through its own, also.

For more information about the DogBreedStore.com products on the Stuffed Animals Dogs website, you can visit http://www.StuffedAnimalsDogs.com to see pictures of several of them. They are cute and adorable, but mostly they make good, trustworthy friends for your child.