You dog owners have no time on your hands and are probably looking sheepishly at your dog knowing you should train. No, you need to train your dog not to jump, bark or not do whatever unacceptable thing he’s been doing since you got him. Plus you made the choice to get your dog, you made a commitment to “do the right […]
I’m sure most of you will admit that there is some area in dog training or dog behavior that you would secretly want to see improvement in your dog. January always seems to nag us towards getting a new start, turning over a new leaf or resolving to be a better dog owner and do […]
If you’re reading this, then somehow you know or suspect you have an out of control dog. Let me list a few behaviors that should tip you off: jumping on guests when they arrive, barking at the doorbell when it rings, jumping on the guests when they’re on the couch and acting like a maniac […]
“Walking the dog is a nightmare!” He pulls like a freight train and when we finally get into a nice rhythm he’ll put on the brakes and smell everything and I mean everything! I’m exhausted by the time we get back home and we still don’t get enough exercise. I’ve definitely heard that before. Let’s […]
“Do you belong to your dog?” Pretty good question to ask yourself. When your dog takes ownership of your love and affection, your dog’s behavior can turn upside down in no time at all and you’ve got a dog behavior problem.
Dog problems develop mainly because of what owners “Do” and “Don’t Do” with their dogs.
When it comes to dog food, what you feed your pet can make a world of difference
Bad behavior in puppies nd dogs is moreprevalent now than ever before.
Do you find yourself “frantic” trying to incorporate puppy training basics and life with your kids?
people opting for dogs instead of children. I did say dogs, didn’t I? Yes – and they are skipping puppy-hood and opting to adopt older dogs instead of puppies.