Archive for the 'Training' Category

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Classic Dog Article: Training Your Dog To Be A “Polite” Host

January 24th, 2011

Do you avoid having friends over due to your pup’s energetic and often unwanted greetings? If so, today’s classic article combined with some effort, will help you get those exuberant behaviors under control. Here’s some tips that will hopefully have you and your pup hosting those dinner parties in no time – check out How […]

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. […]

Dog Video Of The Day: Stack ‘Em!

November 12th, 2010

Teach your dog to stack his bowls using positive reinforcement and this video tutorial!

Classic Dog Article: Training With Treats

November 1st, 2010

Food is a powerful motivator with the majority of dogs and puppies and when used correctly can be a valuable training tool. Today’s classic article gives a few points on how to choose and use yummy motivators! Check out Dog Treats as a Training Tool! Photo by carrie loves puppies

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