Archive for the 'Training' Category

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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. […]

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 […]

Dog Video Of The Day: Ridgeback Holds Stuff!

April 23rd, 2010

Rounder the Rhodesian Ridgeback (say that 10 times fast) holds many things in his mouth – including food!

Classic Dog Article: Introducing Your Dog To A New Baby

April 19th, 2010

You’re having a baby! This momentous event won’t only effect almost every aspect of your daily life – it’ll also change your dog’s routines drastically. Make baby-proofing your dog a priority before the new arrival is home and you’ll be in for a much smoother ride. Check out today’s classic article: Preparing Your Dog For […]

Classic Dog Article: Training “Watch Me”

April 5th, 2010

“Watch Me” may seem like a simple command, but it is often overlooked by many owners. This instruction tells your dog it is time to focus on you! When working with young puppies, you’ll often notice owners doing everything in their power to get their attention – using some high value treats and a few […]

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