Rules are good for your dog just like rules are good for your kids. We all like to know what the rules are up front and what we are allowed to do and what we aren’t allowed to do.
So, just to set the stage...this is something I heard recently from a trainer and he swears it works like magic. I haven't tried it as I don't have a barker but if I did have a barker I would sure give this a shot.
This is one of those, I wonder why questions, that many of us have asked over the years Just as you may have imagined there just is not a simple answer to this age old question.
Having a dominant puppy can lead to all types of problems as your puppy grows into an adult dog. Being able to identify these dominant signals is important so that you will be able to correct the problems before they become habits.
First of all...Happy 4th of July.The noise and chaos that comes with the Fourth of July or any holiday can be stressful and even dangerous for some pets. Here are a few tips to help ensure your pets have a safe and calm holiday.
So, you're bringing in a new family member and couldn't be more excited. After all, this is the beginning of a whole new chapter in your family, right? Introducing a new dog into your home can be potentially disastrous.
Let me start this article off by saying that there are millions of dogs sleeping in people’s beds and without a problem. However, there are a number of dogs sleeping in people’s beds that create a lot of problems the worst of which is usually aggression.
One thing that dog owners complain most about is the fact that their dog is dragging them down the street when they go for a walk. It’s not only uncomfortable but it can actually be dangerous.
One of the things that I hear most about from new dog owners that really gets them frustrated is potty training their new puppy or dog. House training a new dog is really not that difficult and the methods used are the same whether it is an adult dog or a puppy.