Imagine this: When you’re cooking dinner, your dog lies quietly on his bed and doesn’t get up until you call him. Fantasy? No way! Your dog can learn to do this with positive training.
Breaking the budget on training treats? STOP! Here are some easy and inexpensive ways to stock your treat bag with delicious goodies for rewarding your dog.
Why does your dog have spoons and why is it important that you, as his parent, maintain his collection?
If your dog is a little bit crazy, distracted, or just plain doesn’t listen to you, register for Help for your Distracted Dog, starting next Saturday.
We often get emails and phone calls with questions that start: How do I get my dog to stop (jumping, nipping, counter surfing, pulling on leash)? The answer is pretty easy.
Lisa’s Dog Tricks class just finished up their 3rd class, so we thought we’d show off a bit of what they’ve learned. Check out these super duper pups: Bodhi the collie, Beryl the lab, Syrio the cocker spaniel, and Xander the beagle mix. Other tricks (beyond the video!) the class has worked on so far: […]
Why spend $9.99 for a bag of made in the USA dog treats when you can get better ones for less than $2? Here’s our secret to getting high value treats without spending more than a couple Washingtons.