Dog Training

The Best Way To Greet Your Dog

The Best Way To Greet Your Dog

Recent research shows that the way you greet your dog after a short or long separation makes a huge difference to the dog. more
Perfect Puppy

6 Steps to the Perfect Puppy

Few experiences in life match the joy a new puppy brings. The frolicking, affection, and sheer innocence brighten everyone’s day and add a sweet sense of...more
Dog Bully

My Dog is a Bully

I have three dogs and the two olders ones team up against my younger dog, making him screech. Why would the two older dogs gang up on the younger one? Are they bullies? more
Poop Eating

Why is My Dog Eating Poop?

Q: We love, love, love Stewart, our senior Miniature dapple Dachshund. We have had him for a year and a half now. He is a perfect boy in every way…well, almost...more
Crazy by Crating

Made Crazy by Crating

Q: I’m attempting to get my dog accustomed to being in a crate/carrier so that she can travel with me in-cabin when I fly home over the holidays to visit my...more
Treat-less Training

Is Treat-less Training the Way to Go?

Q: In your view, what is the best way to train a dog? We’ve used a trainer who is totally against treat training. He believes in body language and tone of...more
Pack Mentality Aggression

Pack Mentality Aggression in Dogs

Pack Mentality Aggression Q: I have two fixed male Jack Russell Terrier crosses. When walked separately they are great on leash, greeting other dogs with...more
Dog Who Knows a Thousand Words

Build Your Dog’s Vocabulary

Our dogs are capable of understanding and learning so much more than they are frequently given credit for. Take, for instance, retired psychologist and author...more
5 Weird Dog Behaviours Explained

5 Weird Dog Behaviours Explained

Though dogs truly are our best friends, they can sometimes be, well, a bit weird about things. Let’s face it—our partnership with them has only lasted for...more
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Are You Making These 10 Training Mistakes?

The ten biggest training mistakes owners make, and alternatives to improve your chances of keeping you and Fido on the straight and narrow. more

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