Archive for the 'Behavior' Category

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Canine Manners 101-Taking The Confusion Out Of Head Collars

December 9th, 2010

Head collars can be amazing training tools for exuberant dogs, but many owners just aren’t comfortable with them – in fact, some even confuse them with muzzles (they’re anything but!). We’ve written an article that explains how head collars work and in what situations they might be useful. Check out: Head Halters – Canine Manners […]

Classic Dog Article: Handling Frady-Pups

December 6th, 2010

When the holiday decorations go up, your mood may start to feel more festive, but you dog may start reacting strangely. Many dogs have fear based reactions at new items placed into their surroundings. While some owners may find this funny, encouraging the dog to bark at objects is only going to compound the issue. […]

Classic Dog Article: Dinner Manners For Puppies!

October 4th, 2010

Mealtime is usually the highlight of a dog’s day, but it can be worrisome to owners if they’re concerned their dog or puppy could be possessive of their food. In today’s classic article we’ll give you a few “dos and don’ts” that will help you feel more secure around your dog when food is involved. […]

Classic Dog Article: Packing Up With Your Pooch

September 27th, 2010

Getting ready to relocate to a new home is never a relaxing process, but imagine the confusion your dog is feeling with all the changes in his behavior, routines and surroundings! A dog’s behavior and mood can be drastically effected by his environment and today’s classic article will provide some helpful hints on packing up […]

3 Important Tips For Success In Training Dogs Of All Ages

July 27th, 2010

Understanding the mind of a dog doesn’t come naturally humans, so we often impose methods of training upon our dogs that we believe they should comprehend – when in fact, they can’t. In this short article, I’ve highlighted 3 simple points that will help you communicate better with your dog or puppy during training sessions […]

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