Having people over can be a fraught time for people with dogs. Not only do you have to make sure the house is presentable and free of dog toy trip hazards but you have to
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You’re calling and calling your dog but he won’t come. He’s digging a hole in the backyard and won’t stop. Why won’t your dog listen to you? Think about the reasons why your dog might
How do you prepare your dog for natural disasters and evacuations? September is National Disaster Preparedness Month and it’s important to make sure every member of the household is prepared for natural disasters including t
Training the dog is sometimes the easiest part. But how do you train the humans to appropriately train and interact with your dog? Much like you train your dog. With positive reinforcement, management and redirection.
Summer comes with its own set of canine perils for but with good training and summer safety training tips for dogs, most of the hazards can be avoided. Leave It Tis the season for peo
Tools are an essential part of life and dog training especially when your dog has figured out how to use items as tools. These are some of my favorite positive training tools that serve to
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”