Simply put the answer is YES, usually, most of the time, but not always. Is that answer confusing, if so keep reading? The odds of the success you can have with rehabilitating a dog is good enough that you certainly need to give your dog a chance. [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…]
One thing that always amazes me is how a dog owner will not admit that they have an aggressive dog. They come up with all types of excuses and reasons why the dog is showing aggression and it is never the dogs fault. [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…]
If you have a child or children you have heard this question before unless they are too young, then you will hear it soon. Yep, all kids want a dog but the question always is when is the right time to get your children a dog. Let’s talk about that here today. [Read more…]
Do you have an aggressive dog? Has it growled at or bitten someone in your household? Does your dog act like “Cujo” when you take it for walks?
Well now there is help at www.DogAggressionExperts.com . Take a look and then pick up the phone and call!
Today we have another article from Hannah our Guest Blogger!
Dogs love it when we pay attention to them. In fact, I’ll bet your dog does things deemed annoying or undesirable, such as jumping, barking, nipping at your clothes, etc.. in attempt to get you to pay attention to them. Giving your attention in these situations is viewed as a reward by your dog, and ignoring your dog in these moments is one of the best ways to train your dog because it teaches that acting out will not get a reward (ie. your attention). In this post, I explain how and when to apply this concept and why it can actually be life changing for your dog below.. [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.
I hear this a bunch. Unfortunately a lot of dog owners think because they have a BIG yard their dog does not need to go for walks. They are sure wrong in their thinking. In this article I am going to try to dispel that myth and give you some answers and the reasons why it is a myth. [Read more…]