Dog Training


Ask an Expert - Foot-wear fetish

Q: It seems my dog, Birdie, has a footwear fetish. How can I prevent chewed shoes? Obviously putting them away would be a good start but this just doesn’t...more

Ask an Expert - Obsessive teddy bear humping

Begin the process of decreasing or eliminating this behaviour by teaching her an “off” or “leave it” exercise and rewardwith small tidbits of food. more

Ask an Expert - Walk-time Woes

Restores walk-time to a frustration-free happy time. more

Ask an Expert - Doorbell Barking

Prepare yourself for some much deserved peace and quiet. more

Ask an Expert - Dogs and Kids

How to stop your dog from chasing and nipping children. more
leash pulling

Five Quick Tips to Stop Your Dog From Pulling on Leash

Ask Inger Martens Q:My Rottie, Hayley, pulls and pulls and pulls on walks. How can I put an end to this supremely irritating behaviour? Please help make walk-...more
Darting Dogs

Ask an Expert - Door Darting

Advice for Houdini-like hounds that dart to the door everytime you open it! more

Ask an Expert - Calming hyperactive behaviour

Five Ways to Calm a Hyperactive Dog more

Ask an Expert - Rewarding Bad Habits

Are you inadvertently encouraging your dog's bad behaviour? more

Doggie Boot Camp: Reform school for dogs

Think of it as a “doggie boot camp,” whereby the dog’s issues, rather than being addressed piecemeal, are instead dealt with farther up the behavioural stream. More often than not, bad behaviours are symptomatic of a larger issue; one related to the dog’s self-perception, its environment and history, and the way it is treated by its owners.more


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Meet: River