Category: Dog Training

The Complete Guide for Dog Adopters
Dog Training

The Complete Guide for Dog Adopters

Adopting a dog from a rescue center or shelter is a beautiful thing to do. More than 3 million dogs enter 3.500 shelters each and every year for reasons ranging from divorce to unexpected amounts of cost. That amounts to 6 dogs that are given up or taken away every minute. Kudos to you if […]

Stop a Dog From Jumping When Excited
Dog Training

How to Stop a Dog From Jumping When Excited

Like many dogs, my dog gets so excited when people visit our home. She wants to be petted, will run around and just be really annoying to everyone. In general, she is definitely not a jumper but her level of excitement can be surreal sometimes. Every dog will express their excitement in another way. While […]

The Only Way to Calm an Aggressive Dog
Dog Training

The Only Way to Calm an Aggressive Dog

Aggressive behavior in dogs should always be taken seriously. Whether your dog is being reactive towards other people or dogs on a leash or protective over his food. Leash reactivity and aggression remain among the most common dog problems that are presented to qualified dog trainers. Depending on the severity of the aggression and if […]

Types of Specialized Dog Training
Dog Training

The 6 Types of Specialized Dog Training

Every dog has been bred for a specific purpose whether that is for herding, working, fighting, companionship or other reasons. The dog’s incredible learning ability has made it possible for us to use certain breeds in different types of specialized dog training. Training your dog to excel at any of the following skills takes a […]

easy dog tricks for beginners
Dog Training

8 Easy & Unique Dog Tricks for Beginners

Dogs love learning new things every day. Mental stimulation is just as important as physical exercise. Teaching your dog new tricks is a fun way to incorporate mental training and bonding into your daily schedule. Teaching new tricks will not only improve your dog’s ability to learn but will also make you a better handler […]