5 Reasons Why Dog Training Fails

5 Reasons Why Dog Training Fails

There are basically 5 reasons why dog training fails with some dog owners. In my 30 years of dog training, I have presented plans, worked with dog owners to resolve their dog behavior problems, have had many successes and have seen owners struggle and sometimes fail with a good dog training plan. Dog training failures […]

Successful Dog Training Tips

Successful Dog Training Tips

Successful dog training, as I have always said, is not about the dog – it always about the dog’s owner(s).  There are certain things that every dog owner should know if they expect their puppy or dog to grow up to be a well behaved, well-adjusted dog with no dog problems. These dog training tips […]

What People Want from Their Dogs

What People Want from Their Dogs

It’s always interesting what people want from their dogs. Let me give you two examples of people and their dogs. On the surface they seem different but they are really not different. Example one John and Glenda, have an older dog Ben that had always been independent. Ben is content to lie off to the […]

Just How Much Work is This Dog Going to be Anyway?

Just How Much Work is This Dog Going to be Anyway?

“Just how much work is this dog going to be anyway?

Canine Body Language – Let’s Break It Down

Canine Body Language – Let’s Break It Down

In light of the recent bite incident in Denver, CO I feel discussing Canine Body Language is a great way to kick of Paw It Forward Training’s blog. There is no need to recount what happened between news anchor, Kyle Dyer, and Argentine Mastiff, Max. But if you would like to read an excellent interpretation […]

Flyball Comes To Club Canine In Houston

Flyball Comes To Club Canine In Houston

“Luke” participating in Flyball Flyball comes to Club Canine! Hot Round Hounds is a flyball club that will be making Club Canine their new home. They are kicking off the new season of flyball this February. To become part of the fun and learn flyball, your canine partner must have obedience training first – you […]

DIY Dog Brain Game

DIY Dog Brain Game

Michael Baugh CPDT-KSA, CDBC There are lots of great brain games for dogs these days.  My favorite is still the original Kong Toy.  A well-packed Kong can keep a dog busy puzzling out the food for a good half hour (freeze the stuffed Kong for expert dogs).  I also like Bob-a-Lots, which we sell at […]

5 Must-Have Dog Supplies To Reward Your Dog

5 Must-Have Dog Supplies To Reward Your Dog

Dogs are like children. They have to be rewarded when they follow instructions well and learn what is being taught to them. When they come to realize that their good behaviour and obedience is going to earn them treats, you will be able to train them faster. Given below are 5 discount dog supplies a […]

Crate Training: Love it OR Hate it

Crate Training:  Love it OR Hate it

Crate training a dog, or crate training a puppy.  I’ll bet if I took a vote on this right now it would come out 50/50.  Used to be it was more like 25/75, with the lowly 25 being those who liked it. So, let’s take a minute and look at crate training, the good, the […]

Something to Chew On

Something to Chew On

Dogs chew.  It’s not just a puppy thing either.  Dogs actually chew throughout their lifetime.  It helps pass the time, keep their teeth clean and diffuse stress.  More than that, it appears to be fun and satisfying for most dogs. A lot of folks ask, “How do I get my dog to stop chewing?”  We […]