3 Major Benefits Of Dog Obedience Training

Posted on: 16 January 2020

Training a dog isn't the easiest task in the world. It requires a lot of patience and knowledge. If you're looking for assistance as this task simply is too much to deal with alone, consider dog obedience training. It can help you in so many ways.  Gain More Control When you have a dog, whether it's small or large, you need to be fully capable of controlling them. This is particularly true when they act up and do something they're not supposed to. [Read More]

Just Adopted A Food Motivated Dog? 3 Things To Keep In Mind When Training

Posted on: 15 August 2019

If you've recently adopted a dog and have begun thinking about the training that's involved in making sure that they're well behaved once they're settled in, it's important to know exactly what motivates your dog to be trained. One example is that your dog may be heavily motivated by food and will need treats in order to learn new commands. If this is the case, there are several things that you should keep in mind when you're getting started with training them so that your dog is able to learn new commands without too much of a challenge or causing other issues. [Read More]

Tips for Using a Service Dog

Posted on: 22 May 2019

A lot of people today are looking into service dogs as a way to help them cope with a number of issues and concerns. With this in mind, you owe it to yourself to learn the ins and outs of service dogs, what they do and how you can get one. To this end, follow these strategies so that you can train a service dog and make the most of the work that they provide. [Read More]

How To Teach Your Dog Not To Jump

Posted on: 28 June 2018

Jumpy dogs are excited dogs. They like to see you when you get home, and they're excited that they'll have some company, some fun, a walk, or some food. But jumping is a behavior that can cause injury, especially to young children or to frail visitors. You want your dog to learn to sit calmly when someone comes to the door. This is a skill that can be taught. Here's how you can help your dog learn to sit instead of jump, even when excited. [Read More]