Walking Your Dog: Like Candy to a Kid

Walking Your Dog: Like Candy to a Kid

Walking your dog can be mutually beneficial for you and your dog and immensely improve his quality of life. Everyone knows the benefits of exercise especially walking, is great. But do you really know why walking your dog at least twice daily is important? Quality of life I once read that a dog’s quality of life should encompass more than just...
If Dogs Could Talk, What Would Your Dog Say

If Dogs Could Talk, What Would Your Dog Say

“If dogs could talk, what would yours say?”  I ask dog owners this as I love to see how the answers differ. Most owners say:  Dogs need love and affection. And most do say love and affection first. Others may follow up with some things they would think I want to hear like obedience training or food and water and to know they are in a safe place....
Calming Your Dog

Calming Your Dog

Calming your dog can refer to numerous situations: thunderstorms, fireworks, or just any time he shows extreme anxiety about something. But today I want to talk about calming your excitable and out of control dog with better human-dog interaction because how You behave can have a profound effect on how Your dog behaves. You interact with your...
Great Dog Behavior Fast – 5 Embarrassingly Easy Steps

Great Dog Behavior Fast – 5 Embarrassingly Easy Steps

Great dog behavior fast? I’ve got to be kidding, right? And it’s embarrassingly easy. There’s no arguing that getting great dog behavior is a lot easier if you start on day one and train correctly from the beginning. But the reality is, most dog owners don’t train correctly and consistently from day one to get the dog behavior they want. Here are...
Well Trained Puppy in 15 Minutes a Day

Well Trained Puppy in 15 Minutes a Day

Would you jump at the chance to have a well trained puppy in 15 minutes a day? Do you realize that if you did the training work with your puppy, you’d most likely avoid dog behavior problems associated with a dog that grew up with no structure. Doing at least 15 minutes a day of puppy training will keep you from wondering, “What could I have done...