Training Tip Tuesday

 

Is it harder for Women to Train Their Dogs?

I received a call from a woman who said that her family dog had many behavioral issues.  If they weren’t addressed soon, she would have to get rid of her dog. The issues included jumping on people (especially young children), being a menace when visitors came to the front door, ...
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Littermate Syndrome – What Is It?

You may be thinking how much harder can two puppies be from one puppy? Two puppies will entertain each other, keep each other company, and may even help train each other. However, when two puppies from the same litter or even from different litters but are around the same age ...
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Marijuana/CBD for Dogs

With medical marijuana laws now in effect in 29 states and Washington, D.C., using marijuana both recreationally, medicinally and for your dogs has lost some of its stigma. For the states with legalization for recreational use buying marijuana has become as common as going to the grocery store. In turn, ...
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Training Multiple Dogs

Many people have more than one dog in the household, or would like to add a second or even third dog. But to do that they are not sure how to train more than one dog at the same time. It comes down to knowing who the “leader” is within ...
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Dog Training Starts with the Family

Your family has decided to get a dog. You find the dog you think will fit in with your family. You meet the dog. The dog is close to perfect – calm and focused. Then a few days or weeks pass, your dog gets more comfortable with the family and ...
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Meet and Greet Etiquette

You have decided to add another dog into your household. You search local rescue websites, find who think will be a perfect addition to your family. You complete the Rescue’s application and receive the notice that you are approved. Now you want to meet the dog. Most rescues host Meet ...
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