• 5 Tips For Handling Your Dog's High Prey Drive

    8 monthes ago - By iHeart Dogs

    When your dog has a high prey drive, no squirrel, cat, or plastic bag floating in the wind is safe. They'll chase anything that moves, and that poses obvious problems when it comes to both their safety and their prey's. Descended from wolves, every dog at its base level is considered a predator. For some breeds , the instinct to chase and kill has been used as an asset. Border Collies, Airedale Terriers, Rhodesian Ridgebacks-they've all been bred for a specific job based on their prey drive. Border Collies wouldn't be any help with herding if they didn't have a natural instinct to chase...
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