Dog Training Tips
5 Steps to Cart Training Your Dog
Learn how to train your dog to pull a cart with these 5 steps.
Published on January 4, 2016.
How to Adjust your New Shelter Dog to Their New Home
Bringing home your new dog from the shelter is nothing short of thrilling. Weeks, if not months of planning have finally come to an end and now the time has come to bring your chosen dog home. Adhere to the following topics and tips to navigate the first few weeks with your new dog.
Published on June 5, 2015.
9 Procedures that Improve Your Dog and Cat’s Relationship
A healthy cat and dog relationship is built on mutual trust between the two animals. Trust is attained on the cat’s behalf when they confidently know that the dog will not aggravate or cause them harm. Every cat and dog relationship will be a different in how they interact with each other, but there are specific exercises and procedures that will aid in developing an overall happy or at least a tolerable coexistence.
Published on March 22, 2015.
My 2 Favorite Chew Proof Dog Beds
Purchasing a new dog bed for your dog only to witness them destroy it after a few days can be annoying to say the least. I have experimented with a lot of different dog beds over the years. I can tell you there is no such thing as a completely chew proof dog bed, but there are certain beds you can buy that are extremely more durable than others.
Published on March 19, 2015.
How to Trim Your Dog's Nails using Positive Reinforcement
The key to teaching your dog to tolerate or hopefully even enjoy having their nails trimmed is to break down the process step by step. By going slow and training each step, you make it much easier for the dog to tolerate the procedure.
Published on February 23, 2015.
How to Communicate to your dog through Body Language
Dogs communicate to each other through a wide range of body postures that incorporate almost all areas of their bodies. They do this to communicate when it is time to play, when they are scared, when they are telling another dog to move away or move closer, and countless other emotions and desires.
Published on February 17, 2015.
Use this Effective Management Tool when Visitors Come to Your Door
A dog tether is an indispensable training tool for many occasions when management is needed until the dog’s training reaches a level in which the owner can control the dog through voice commands alone.
Published on October 31, 2014.
17 Tips to Train your Dog to Come When Called
Experiencing your dog completely ignore you when you call them to you can be extremely irritating. It can also be dangerous depending on the situation. Training your dog to come to you reliably will make your outings with your dog more stress free and your dog will be able to experience more freedom off leash.
Published on October 10, 2014.
Elevate Your Dog's Training with These 2 Innovative Tips
I am going to share with you two very powerful training tips that will significantly increase your dogs response to your training commands. It works by showing the dog that doing what you ask, will give them access to an activity that they really enjoy.
Published on September 29, 2014.
7 Tips to Stop Puppy Biting
Teaching your puppy how to use its mouth appropriately is one of the most important lessons that you can teach them. Your puppy's biting and mouthing is generally caused by your puppy wanting to play with you as they would another dog or puppy. Begin implementing the following tips to stop the biting. It is important to note that consistency on your part is the single most important action to decrease play biting
Published on September 20, 2014.
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