Beginning With Basics: 3 Things Every Puppy Should Learn First

11 July 2018
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Your new puppy is blank slate just waiting for your instruction on how to behave properly. Even though your puppy is energetic and cute, you need to be serious about training right from the beginning. Puppies are eager to learn, and if you don't teach them, they will teach themselves, and you might not like the results.  With so much for your puppy to learn, you might not know where to begin with your teaching. Read More 

A Few Things To Consider When Looking For A Dog Trainer

11 April 2018
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A pet dog can truly be man's best friend. They will love you unconditionally and bring a smile to your face when you are having a bad day. They seem to understand when they need to be there for you. However, training a dog to be and do what you need takes time and dedication. When your pet has a few personality quirks you find undesirable, you should probably consider getting outside help from dog training services. Read More 

3 Keys To Training Your Dog

17 October 2017
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If you want to get the most from your dog ownership, it pays to train them the best that you can. Owning a dog will be more of a pleasure when you train the dog, because they'll be well behaved, even-tempered and a joyful part of your family. In this regard, you will want to learn as much as you can about training a dog, so that this process is successful and enjoyable. Read More 

Leave It: Teaching Your Dog To Ignore Food On Command

16 December 2016
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One of the most valuable lessons your dog can learn from you is to "leave it." Dogs are naturally curious, and they have the instinct to scavenge food. Scraps lefts on park benches or in the grass have the potential to harm your dog, especially if people have specifically targeted the "leftovers" to be harmful to animals. Other normal people foods and objects can also be hazardous to your dog's health (pieces of leather, chocolate, or raisins, to name a few). Read More 

Man’s Best Friend May Be Your Best Medicine Too

31 August 2016
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If you suffer from a mental disability, you may find that a dog or cat helps provide emotional support. Should this be the case, you will want to talk to your physician about an emotional support animal (ESA). An emotional support animal does not need special training. They are usually your beloved household pet. ESA's are typically dogs, but yours may be a cat or other small domesticated animal. As long as your pet provides comfort and helps to minimize emotional symptoms brought on by your disability, it is on its way to helping you qualify. Read More