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This is my guide to dog equipment for Shetland Sheepdog owners. It contains info on dog training equipment, beds and bowls for new puppy and dog owners. It should help you to budget and plan ahead for the equipment your Sheltie may need in his life. (Note: this section is still in progress - please check back later for new articles.)
Which is the best leash for your dog: the standard leash, the retractable leash, or the halter leash? Take a look at the variables, including the level of training your dog already has and how much he pulls on the leash. This article includes some good tips on dog training and obedience too.
Are you looking for a good dog bed for your Shetland Sheepdog? The right bed should keep your pooch warm on winter nights, cool on summer nights, and secure when they are feeling sick or uneasy (for instance when settling into a new home). Check out these tips for finding a good dog bed and keeping your pooch off yours!
If your Sheltie eats too fast, a regular dog food bowl is not the best way to feed him. Check out these simple slow feed dog bowls that make it physically impossible for Mr Gobble Guts to vacuum up the lots in 30 seconds. It'll relieve bloating and hiccups, while making him feel fuller after a meal.
Becky Turner is the creator of Sheltie Planet. She lives in New Zealand with her partner, Peter, and their son, Fox. Becky is 100% owned by Howard and Piper Woofington Moon, the Shelties who inspired this site. Visit them on Facebook or The Sheltie Planet Forums.