Awwww…a new puppy!! Along with the excitement of having a new puppy, and the wonderful smell of puppy breath, comes the chewing, potty training, whining, digging, and mouthy behaviors. This new in your home lesson has been developed to help you and your family adjust to your new family member. [Read more…]
I talk to a lot of people that need dog training.
A bunch of those people simply can’t afford the training that they need.
Now you can! [Read more…]
Join us for a webinar on Thursday Feb 25, 2016 at 11:00 AM CST. [Read more…]
Dog training is a great idea whenever you bring a new canine friend into the house. While it is quite effective for many animals and can help them to become well adjusted and well behaved members of the family, sometimes it is not enough. When behaviors are out of control and cannot be managed by training an animal to respond to simple commands and respect the pack leadership, sometimes hiring a canine behavioral specialist is the solution. [Read more…]
Recently I got a call from an 80 year old woman with an 8 month old high drive German Shepherd. I have also received calls from others like the 75 year old woman that can hardly walk and needs help with a one year old lab. You get the idea. High energy dogs with low energy owners! [Read more…]
Ever heard someone say something about dogs and wonder if it’s really true? Maybe you aren’t quite sure about this whole dog thing and want to get some answers on some common misunderstandings all of us have thought about dogs from time to time. Well, today, I’m going to talk about common misunderstandings between dogs and their people. Check them out below. [Read more…]
The question always seems to be how can I calm my crazy dog? Usually when I hear this question the person is talking about a puppy or a younger dog. In this article I am going to discuss a few things that you can do to create a calm dog. [Read more…]
I have owned dogs all my life. I have been the owner of everything from my first dog which was a Norwegian Elkhound to Labrador Retrievers, Border Collies, German Shepherds, Doberman Pinchers and of course I have owned a couple of the ultimate working dog the Belgian Malinois.
Traveling long distances can be stressful, and that feeling tends to be multiplied when you are traveling with pets. This is especially true if your pet is anxious about traveling, or hasn’t traveled much in the past. The following tips can help you ensure both you and your pets a stress free trip, and minimize the anxiety of traveling with your dogs. [Read more…]