Don’t misinterpret BULLY behavior for friendly greeting
“Oh boy! We are going for a ride in the car! That always means something fun! I love running and playing! I especially like the river!
“Oh boy! Here we are! Look at this big space for me to run! I hope mom brought treats, too! It’s so fun to […]
Here is the continuation of our previous article about teaching a reliable come when called for your dog.
4. ROUND ROBIN RECALL
A game played by multiple family member households. You can use a long line if necessary. Children get the best treats. Adult stands behind the child in the beginning if necessary. Make a circle or […]
Here are some great winter tips from a California transplant who is living through Idaho’s worst winter in 35 years. Check out these great ideas from Anita Crafton #463 Idaho.
1. You may love your first snowfall, but your dog may not. This can cause some dogs to come “un-housebroken”. Male dogs are usually less bothered by […]
Ok— So before every Christmas season, I and every other dog trainer across the country advise folks against bringing home a puppy until after the festivities. Do people listen? Some do—most don’t! Trainers vent to one another about their experiences having to fix puppy problems created through mistakes owners have made by jumping into purchases […]
As we approach a New Year, our thoughts are of the opportunities we’ll have to further explore the ongoing issues of Pet care. As the Dog Talk TV Show host I’m privy to the problems so many Dog owners face daily. I communicate with hundreds of folks who have important questions which need definitive answers. […]
Every Dog Trainer’s dream is to be able to ‘program’ their human students to the necessity of following Dog training instructions. The problems we face are repeated with every new class of hopeful Dog owners. The mistakes owners make become classic to us—and we are sometimes frustrated when trying to find a way to articulate our instructions in a manner which […]