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Just:Better How I avoid losing momentum with New Years Resolutions and how you can apply that to your relationship with your dog January came in and hit the ground running for me. There certainly wasn’t a sense of - come in quietly,
Surviving Puppy Biting
Surviving Puppy Biting From the time those sharp little needle teeth emerge through your dog’s gums until about six months of age when adult teeth come in, the world is a giant chew toy to puppies, and
5 Reasons Pet Parents Skip Regular Walks
5 REASONS PET PARENTS SKIP REGULAR WALKS Pet parents cite a variety of barriers when it comes to getting walks in with their pup, including: 1. My dog is reactive to dogs and other distractions. 2. My
Squirrels & Journals
Squirrels & Journals - Struggles and Successes If you're going through dog training or behavior modification try journaling the process, daily. It will help you track your progress, your struggles, and your successes. When you're in the
Hold my Hoops – I Have a Dog to Train
Growing up, those first three words were infallibly expressed right before a girl fight was about to break out. In making a joke about fighting (that very much dated me) to my 14 year old son, the phrase came up and he
What is the difference between a canine behaviorist and a dog trainer?
What is the Difference Between a Dog Trainer and a Behaviorist? When trying to find the right dog professional to meet your needs, all of the titles thrown around can be confusing.
Four Things to Make Life a Little Easier for Your Senior Dog
Getting old sometimes just sucks. There’s no way around that.
Positive Muzzle Conditioning & Training for Your Dog
There are three primary steps to my positive muzzle training.
Teaching Your Dog “Here”
Teaching your dog “here” is a directive that is useful in so many situations.