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Training Tips

Counter surfing is when a dog  jumps up on the counter (or table) to snag a piece of food.  Often, owners wonder how to correct such a behavior if they are not standing next to their dog?  Couple of options: 1)  If you witness your dogs...

Is crating Fido when I'm home acceptable? Confine your dog to a crate or a kennel when you can't supervise him. Dogs are "den animals." They derive a sense of security and well being when they're confined to a small, enclosed area. Think of a kennel in the same...

Professional trainer Pat Miller, weighed in with "Dogs Just Wanna Have Fun," which discussed enjoyable activities you could participate in with your dog, to strengthen your interest in each other and to motivate his continued attention and learning.  It is most important to keep training...

Repeat your command several times. Gradually make it more challenging by adding, one at a time, the three D's: duration, distance, and distraction. First, duration: each time your pooch lies down on command, on the next try add one second to the delay between when he...

Take advantage of the Holidays to train your dog's behavior, and improve your dog's performance.  Many visitors means that your dog will be confronted with many distractions. Always allow your dog make the decision: If he makes the right decision, then he receives  praise, praise, praise!! IF he makes the wrong...

Have you experienced your dog scratching on your carpet, in the garden, even on linoleum floors?  From the time they're puppies, dogs will scratch and dig  just about anywhere.  They are not always trying to make a bed in all of these places, they simply...

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