Tools are an essential part of life and dog training especially when your dog has figured out how to use items as tools.
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I stumbled across Fenzi Dog Sports Academy classes on an online forum. I thought it would be good for Mr. N to take an impulse control class and I couldn’t find an in-person class that fit with my schedule, budget and would take him.
There was a little dog. And he had a little curl right in the middle of his forehead. When he was good, he was very, very good. And when he was bad, he was horrid.
When the weather outside is frightful and you (or your dog) don’t want to venture outdoors but they’re still looking at you expectantly, what do you do? It’s going to be a long winter
I often refer to Mr. N as my “guinea pig” dog because he is my first dog and he gets the brunt of my training mistakes. One mistake I’m glad I’ve never made though is
How could we not take Mr. N to see “The Secret Life of Pets”? We made a special trip to the drive-in so he could see a double feature of “The Secret Life of Pets”
I usually use food or life rewards as motivation for Mr. N. I’ve been slowly trying to use more toys as rewards (usually paired with food) and we’ve also been working on our personal play
Despite a toy box full of toys, Mr. N only plays with them for a five or ten-minute spurt each day. His play drive is definitely not high enough for toys to be a reliab
In case of emergency like a car accident, it’s important to be able to muzzle your dog safely. Dogs in pain can lash out while you’re trying to help them. You can make an emergency
Are you more fun than dirt? Think of all the competing distractions for your dog’s attention: food, people, other dogs, squirrels, all the good smells in the dirt. Can you compete with that for your