Category Archives: Dog Training
Uh-oh, Your dog won’t come when called… A Different Perspective. Your dog isn’t exactly Lassie, and can be a stubborn SOB when you’re in a hurry. We’ve seen it, we’ve fixed it. (Although it can be tricky if they’ve been outsmarting … Continue reading
#1, Never train a dog when angry.
I shouldn’t even have to mention this here. It should be a given. It should be right up there with these other, “no-nonsense” rules, but some people still don’t “get it.”
Never hit your dog.
Never leave your dog unattended in a hot car… Continue reading
Since many of you brought new fur-monsters home for the holidays, I thought I’d share with you some of my favorite housebreaking tips. The essentials: Your Time & Attention A good quality Dog Crate / Crate Training An Enzyme based … Continue reading
Flee Fleas,Flee! Tips for helping your dog (and you) survive flea season in the Great Pacific Northwest.
Flea Season has officially arrived and these little bleeper’s are lurking in the tall grass, on trails and in shady spots all over, outside… and they are just waiting to hitch a ride inside your home to find a nice spot to start … Continue reading
I walked out of my front door and stepped directly into the path of a 70 pound, canine locomotive named “High Octane Java.” Continue reading
I read an article about why many dog trainers give commands in German even if they don’t actually speak the language. I started thinking and it set me off on a quasi verbal adventure of my own.. here’s my round … Continue reading
Everyone wants a dog that will obey, but most people don’t have a clue how to get there. It’s relatively simple, BE CONSISTENT. Don’t change the rules on a daily (or in some cases, an hourly basis.) Dogs are incapable … Continue reading
This is a re-post as the original source, my guest blogger appearance on Fido Friendly Magazine’s blog is gone and I wanted my article to survive. I apologize for the redundancy if you’ve already seen this and I welcome you … Continue reading