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House Training Your Dog

10 Easy Steps to Housetrain Your Dog You can easily teach your dog to eliminate in an acceptable location by keeping a close eye, recognizing his signals, understand his instincts, and rewarding his appropriate behavior. Prevent undesirable elimination by not allowing your dog to wander all over the house without supervision and by keeping your dog confined in a small area when you can’t observe him constantly. When your dog sniffs the ground or [...]

By |May 2nd, 2020|Categories: Dog Training Articles|0 Comments

Doggy Diversions Daily

Doggy Diversions Daily This is an online course to help you create a check list of things you can do with your dog daily to remove boredom and increase the mental health of your dog.  These quick and easy ideas will help keep your dog both physically and mentally fit without a lot of effort or time from you.  Program will include a check list to help owners keep track of things we can [...]

By |March 24th, 2020|Categories: Dog Training Articles|0 Comments

Cozy Crates

Cozy Crates Many people mistakenly equal dog crates with canine jail.  But if you introduce your dog to a kennel in a positive way and avoid some common crating mistakes a kennel can be one of the best gifts you can give your dog.  Kennels can also help puppies with things like potty training, learning house manners, and having a place to call their own. Why Crates/Kennels?? In the wild most canines rely on [...]

By |March 23rd, 2020|Categories: Dog Training Articles|0 Comments

Indoor Games

Ways to Keep Your Dog Active Indoors With winter coming and the cold days ahead here are some indoor activities that can help burn some energy and keep your dogs happy. Experiment With Inside Games There are lots of games that can be played inside the key is to vary the games you play.  The other thing I suggest is regularly rotating toys to keep your dog interested.  Tug can be an excellent game [...]

By |March 1st, 2020|Categories: Dog Training Articles|0 Comments

Puzzle Toys For Dogs

Puzzle Toys for Dogs So as I stated in the previous article Puzzle Toys are toys that you usually put food or treats in and the dogs has to figure out how to get the items out of the toy.  These toys are great for having the dog work mentally to figure out the puzzle. I use these types of toys A LOT with dogs that are very busy, can’t seem to settle, or [...]

By |December 12th, 2019|Categories: Dog Training Articles|0 Comments

Puppy Toys

So, I asked you guys a while ago about things you wanted me to write about. I did not forget but instead will try to have those posts sprinkled throughout my other posts when those issues arise or there are no client dogs to show you. So, since I have a new puppy there will be lots of posts that are related to “Puppy Stuff” and some of the questions you had in regards to [...]

By |October 4th, 2019|Categories: Dog Training Articles|0 Comments

Sibling Syndrome

So generally, I don’t share lots of my own private life however I feel this piece of my life could be a teaching experience for a problem I see with many of my clients.  So, this past year I had lost three of my personal dogs due to old age illnesses and unexpected cancer.  That being said I decided it was time to add a puppy (or two) back into my life. It also [...]

By |July 5th, 2019|Categories: Dog Training Articles|0 Comments

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