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How We Train Deaf Dogs

How do you train a dog who can’t hear what you are saying? Most dog training regimens use clickers and verbal cues to direct a dog where to go and what to do. How can you teach a dog when they can’t hear what you’re saying?

By |July 18th, 2017|Training Tips|
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How We Train Deaf Dogs

How do you train a dog who can’t hear what you are saying? Most dog training regimens use clickers and verbal cues to direct a dog where to go and what to do. How can you teach a dog when they can’t hear what you’re saying?

By |July 18th, 2017|Training Tips|
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5 Ways to Reinvent Your Relationship with Your Dog

If you want your dog to be happier and more secure, here are five things you can do to reinvent your relationship with your dog through dog training.

By |July 13th, 2017|Interaction|
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3 Ways to Effectively Manage a High Energy Dog

Just as with humans, there are some breeds of dogs that are just going to be higher energy than others. Even if you get a dog from a breed that is supposed to be relatively low energy, each dog is an individual, and you might discover that he is running circles around you.

By |July 6th, 2017|Behavior|
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How to Keep Your Dog Safe during a Summer BBQ

Summer’s officially here, which means it’s time for cookouts and barbecues! Outdoor cooking usually means your dog is going to be around (though, let’s face it, our dogs often hover close by even when we’re [...]

By |June 29th, 2017|Interaction|
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How/Why the Board & Train Process Produces the Highest Dog Training Results Possible

While every dog is trainable, not every owner has the time to put towards really making sure their dog understands what is expected of her.

By |June 27th, 2017|Behavior|
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4 Ways You Can Help Your Dog Love Condo Living

A condo can be a smaller space than a single-family home might offer to your dog, and you might not have as much yard space as you would with a single family home. That said, you can raise a perfectly happy and healthy dog in a condo, if you know how to help your dog love condo living. Here’s how

By |June 22nd, 2017|Training Tips|

Shep – Week 1 – Learning the Foundation

Here is a little bit of Shep out of his kennel... Check out Joe practicing some of the obedience that we have begun to introduce to Shep. Here they are working on heel, sit, place [...]

By |June 1st, 2017|Uncategorized|
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Remember to Always ASK to Pet a Stranger’s Dog

Even when a dog has been with a dog trainer, it is always best to ask before petting a strangers dog. Here are the reasons behind this truth.

By |May 31st, 2017|Behavior|

Recalls With Rocky!

Take a look at Jillian working with Riley on his recalls! This little dude loves to run away and use those herding instincts to chase kids and dogs down the street! His owner is really [...]

By |May 30th, 2017|Uncategorized|