3 Top Reasons to Choose In-home Dog Obedience Training Given the world we currently live in, many people are buying, adopting and rescuing dogs and are unsure which is the best or most ideal way to get training for their dog. As some training places regroup and put in place measures to address the current […]
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A place for dog training tips and tricks for parents.
Whether you are a new or experience dog-owner, learning new tips to keep your pup happy, healthy, and confident is important! Here are some of my favorite tips, tricks, and recipes.
If you’re thinking of bringing a new furry friend home, great! I’m sure you feel ready for that responsibility, but where do you start? The search for a canine companion is not always so simple, maybe you have in mind what kind of dog you want but, which is the best place to get your […]
Socialization is such an essential part of your dog’s training. Introducing your dog to different smells, places, people, surfaces, and objects will help them feel more confident and happy! Especially through puppyhood and adolescence, socializing your dog will ensure they become a happy, friendly, and confident adult dog. Introducing your dog to new things isn’t […]
YUMMY DIY “PUPSICLES” TO KEEP YOUR DOG HAPPY AND COOL IN THE SUMMER HEAT! BLUEBERRY AND FROZEN YOGURT Whisk together 4 ounces of yogurt and 4 ounces of water for the base. (PRO TIP: Add more yogurt and reduce the water if you want a creamier treat with more calories.) Add frozen, unsweetened blueberries to […]
Socialization is an essential part of your dog’s training. It is one of the most necessary pieces for raising a well-adjusted dog. Basically, socialization is where you introduce your puppy to many different people, animals, environments, sounds, sights, touch, and smells. If you are introducing your dog to anything new it’s socialization. But just introducing your […]
Ahhhhh obedience! It is the age old struggle between canine and human. Decades ago, we were told that our dogs needed corrections and an alpha. Yank the leash up for “sit” to force the dog into the position. Pop the dog on the nose with a newspaper; use a hand signal and force him into […]
We have all had an excited dog at one time or another… After all, I think dogs have “cornered” the happiness and excitement genre of life. That is why we love them. 😉 If I just had an ounce of my dog’s energy and joy, I could get a lot more done around my house! […]