Investing in quality training for your dog as soon as possible will save you time, money, and effort in the long run.
While spending loads of time with your dog is excellent, you must prepare them for your absence after you’ve returned to your regular work routine after the holidays when you won’t be by their side at all times. Let us help show you how!
We are going to teach you about your dog’s impulses, how to know when to train impulse control and give you ten low-cost games to work on impulse control with your dog.
To truly crate train your dog, they must first accept the cage as a safe and happy place. Check out our top tips to make crate training a positive experience for you and your dog!
Despite their pleasant serotonin-boosting appearance, many household plants can be quite poisonous and toxic to your dog.
While there is a list of foods that people know are poisonous to dogs, there are some foods and ingredients that still fly under the radar as toxic. For example, it is common knowledge that chocolate is a banned food for dogs. This is because "chocolate contains...
Taking a kind approach to training your dog is a sure way to establish a close bond with your pup while efficiently leading them to more desirable behaviors. Clicker Training for dogs is a force-free method using positive reinforcement to reward them for their good...
Teaching your dog effective impulse control habits will result in a happy and calm companion who is easy to handle. In fact, as stated by the American Kennel Club, "If you teach your dog self-control, they will be more pleasant to live with. A patient dog is better...
A trained and skilled professional can help relieve the stress of ensuring your dog grows up to be a good citizen. You’ve come to the right place!