The Dog Blog

Teaching a Release Cue

As important as it is to teach your dog what sit and down mean, it’s equally as important to teach them a release cue so that they know when those tasks are complete. Otherwise, how would they know when they…

Overcoming Fear of Noises

A few years back I got a toaster. When I first brought it out of the box, it had to be run three times in a row to get rid of any chemical residue left over from the factory. I…

Proper Dog Etiquette

Is it appropriate to let your dog greet and play with every dog they meet on the street? Since dogs are social creatures, do they need to make new friends every day? What do you do if you’re walking your…

Building Comfort Around Your Dogs Food Bowl

True or False: You need to take your dogs food away from him while he’s eating to teach him that you’re allowed to do that. This video answers that and gives you a two-part exercise on how to a) teach…

Get Your Socks On!!

This post is a little different than my others because it’s a giveaway! Ever wanted to put your dog on a pair of socks? Now’s your chance, but only if you act quickly! The first 10 people to follow the…

Housetraining 101

While there are no shortcuts to housetraining a dog or puppy, there are plenty of things you need to do to ensure the process doesn’t take an unnecessarily long amount of time. Whether it’s a puppy I am raising or…

Come Command Do’s and Don’t’s

‘Come’ is the one command that almost everyone struggle’s with at some point and, for some of you, that struggle is a daily occurrence. Let’s be honest, most of us (yes, even me) have had the experience of being left…

Teaching Your Dog To Love Being Caught

If you have a dog who refuses to be caught when he is off leash, always running away every time you reach for him, this video is for you. For some dogs, playing the Gotcha Game alone has completely curbed…

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