Lexington, KY (PRWEB) January 31, 2006
Each month individuals dowload hundreds of thousands of free screensavers. Dog screensavers as a topic of interest have proven very popular. Dog owners are now taking a look at the funny side of dog behavior. "Dog Talk" differs from other dog screensavers in that it has unique dog recipes to go along with funny pictures and captions. The screensaver has a soothing blend of music and natural sounds to create a feeling of serenity.
The concept of the project is to enrich the lives of dogs and pet owners alike. Such an approach allows dog owners to quickly gain pet health knowledge with no special effort. Screensavers on a home or office computer are a perfect means to run a ”health and recipe tip” information resource. For A limited number of individuals the free version can be upgraded to an deluxe version complete with accompanying "Dog Health" ebook, Pet Medical Recorder Software, and many more recipes.
Common Things Dogs Do That Would Be Funny Or Dangerous If Done By A Human:
1. Sniff Inappropriately By: Placing your nose as close as you can to the other dog's rear end and inhale deeply, repeat several times, or until your person makes you stop.
2. Drool: When a person has food and you don't. To do this properly you must sit as close as you can and look sad and let the drool fall to the floor, or better yet, on their laps.
3. Raid Your Neighbor's Garbage Can: You must try to push the lid off with your nose. If you do it right you are rewarded with margarine wrappers to shred, beef bones to consume and moldy crusts of bread.
4. Steal Underwear: Steal your wife or husbands underwear and dance all over the neighborhood waving them.
5. Drop Soggy Tennis Balls in the underwear of someone who is sitting on the toilet.
6. Bite The Police Officer's Hand when he reaches in for your owner's driver's license and car registration.
As caretakers of dogs, we must perform many tasks often related to feeding, bathing, training, and health. We are expected to understand the diet of our pets and to be veterinarians, psychologist, and psychic in the pursuit of balance. You can often hear people using words like jealous and angry to describe the emotion of dogs. The reality is that canine behavior is complex and thus funny when we parallel our own thoughts.
How often have we heard comments like, “That dog just loves to please me.” Well, if a dog is trying to please it's owner, you can bet that there is a reason. Similarly, for dogs that do not “try to please,” you can bet that again there is a reason. The problem with attributing human characteristics to dogs is that it most often leads to misunderstanding the situation.
Dogs have feelings and emotions that are in many ways similar to those experienced by humans. Their reactions can sometimes even seem similar to those of humans. For example if a dog feels unloved they become depressed and express happiness when a member of the family returns home. They also become frightened when they feel threatened and seem to genuinely enjoy playing and having a good time.
What follows is the most important key to all good dog training: find out what motivates your dog. At its most basic level, good dog training involves finding what amounts to the most meaningful reward to your pooch. The motivating reward for dogs can be food, toys, affection, food, etc. By rewarding dog owners through humor, "Dog Talk" screensaver and How To Keep Your Dog Healthy provide fun , amusement and a wealth of knowledge for the entire family.
For additional information on dog screensavers and dog health that is the subject of this release (or for a down loadable sample), contact Winfred Jennings or visit
http://www.advancesinhealth.com/Ebook-And-Screensaver.html. "Dog Talk" has been released in Screensaver Format for immediate download.
Winfred Jennings, Author Dog Talk Screensaver And How To Keep Your Pet Healthy 859-514-6697