Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Best Places To Train Your Dog

Are you a pet owner? If you are, you are probably familiar with all of the benefits that are associated with pet ownership. It is likely that you are also familiar with some of the problems that can be associated with owning a dog as well. There are many things that can be done in order to integrate the dog into the family and to form a bond between the head and its owner which will last a lifetime. In Sacramento, dog training classes are available, both in a group session and where the dog training Sacramento specialist is going to come to your home. Although this is really going to be a personal decision, there are certainly some benefits to having the training done in your home environment by the best dog trainer Sacramento has to offer. What are those benefits?
Dogs are territorial animals and if they are in the area where they usually reside, they are going to exhibit all of the personality traits that are both good and bad. If you take your dog outside of the area to train it in a group session, its behavior is going to change naturally. You may find that the dog is progressing well during the class but then it is reverting back to its old behavior when it comes back home again. By having the dog trainer come to your home, they are going to be able to see how your dog acts in its own territory. They will then be able to correct the issue with very specific training that is geared toward the dog and toward the owner.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Remembering Acne

It’s a distant memory now as I approach 30, but I remember my awkward teenage years. I remember braces, rice bowl hair cuts, and I remember acne. Blankets of acne. Interminable acne. Seemingly incurable acne.
For whatever reason, my face started to clear up around the time that I went off to college, but for awhile there it seemed like I was going to have to find some way to manage my face fungus. Here are a couple of the things I heard about or tried:
Weird medicines from my uncle: I never went with Acutane or Glytone acne treatment as others did, though I certainly tried a bunch of new medications from my uncle, a doctor. Some of these medications seemed to clear my face up a bit. Others dried it out and made it peel.
Egg yolks: I never actually tried this method (just as I never had to use Glytone back acne spray since I never had so-called backne) though it seems worth relating here. My grandma told me that I could whip up some egg yolks, apply it to my face for two weeks, and then my acne would be gone. It sounded intriguing, but I could never bring myself to literally put egg on my face.
Hot rags: These are great, whether it’s to fight a zit or apply Glytone mild gel wash. The idea is to hold rag under as hot of water as possible then hold it to troubled areas on one’s face. I used it as a short term method of getting some zits to lessen in size.