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Training Tips

Body Blocking - Simply means taking up the spact to prevent your dog from doing so.  Next time you are walking in the door and your leaping Lab makes a running charge for you, clasp your hands against your stomach and lean slightly forward, blocking...

When someone in the family finds a dog's antics endearing and wants to be able to invite him to jump up, you should teach your dog to jump up on a particular cue such as the word "Hugs!"  ( not patting your chest, as too...

Guarding behavior can be a daunting challenge to overcome, especially if it has increased greatly. If your dog’s behavior has progressed significantly, you must find an experienced trainer/behaviorist with whom to work. Management is a valid alternative until you are able to get help. This...

Many people who compete in agility use toys and interactive play with their dogs as rewards. Some dogs and future agility stars will already hold a solid sit throughout their owner’s conversation – as long as they can chew and tug on a favorite toy....

Dog training can be defined in a very simple way: In a  nutshell-- it's  praising or rewarding your dog when he does  something you like and  correcting him when he does something  you don't like. I think of obedience training primarily as  two things: First, it is establishing...

The answer can be obtained by taking a look at what COMPOUNDING is: Compounding is the practice of investing a small amount of something (time, energy, money, effort) into something on a regular basis. And over time, this investment grows, and multiplies! In investment circles,...

It is that time of the year, celebration and fireworks!   But they’re hard to enjoy when my pooch is so stressed out. Here’s a few tips to help keep your dog safe during the fireworks this 4th of July: 1.  Don’t leave your dog outside!  Never,...

Fetch is a fantastic way to give your dog aerobic exercise. Get an old tennis racket to get some real distance on those tennis balls. Jogging is another way to get canine hearts pumping. If you don't jog and your dog is well-behaved on his leash, you may...

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