Friday, September 17, 2021

Be a Responsible Dog Owner: How to Avoid Dog Bites

April 2, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

The onset of a dog bite or attack brings harmful consequences to your family. If your dog bites someone, you may be forced to pay for injuries cause by the bite or even defend yourself against a lawsuit. Your property insurance bill may also increase which affects your household budget. Some neighborhoods have even drafted […]

Training Your Dog Not To Chase People, Bicycles, Joggers, Etc.

June 29, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Burt Cotton Dogs by nature are predatory animals, and all predatory animals share the motivation to chase fleeing objects. While this may be a natural instinct, it is not appropriate when those fleeing objects are joggers, bicyclists or the mailman. Training the dog not to chase people and bicycles is an important thing to […]

Could Your Dog Be a Sports Star?

May 20, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

by Niall Cinneide Dogs were traditionally working animals. They would have expected to be active all day, every day. However, in these modern days a dog’s life can often be confined to indoors and with very few physical activities. Dogs are animals that need exercise on a regular basis; in fact it should be daily. […]

Dog Training – Recognizing, Preventing, And Handling Dog Aggression Part 2

April 30, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Phil Donahoe Continued from part 1, this dog training article is dealing with dog aggression. Lets continue now and talk more about dog socialization. How can I socialize my dog so that he doesn’t develop a fear of strangers? Socializing your dog is pretty easy to do – it’s more of a general effort […]

Steps to Finding the Right Dog Trainer For You and Your Dog

March 4, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

You just got a new puppy and now comes the fun part – the training. Don’t get nervous. It isn’t all that bad. As a matter of fact training your new puppy can be quite fun. You can either do it yourself or find a professional dog trainer to help you with the process. Just […]

Why treat training is not the most humane way to train a dog

January 23, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Ty Brown I am a professional dog trainer. I make my living training dogs for clients, helping them solve behavior problems, and teaching their dogs obedience. I want to provide my clients the best service possible and as such I often check out what my competitors are doing in their dog training efforts. I […]

Click Training Video: Even a Child Can Train Your Dog

January 14, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Lorenzen Katia As odd as it may sound, the click training video in the field of dog training is not exactly for the dog; it’s for the dog trainer. Obviously, the dog won’t pop the video into the player and take down notes. This instructional material is for the trainers. And it is not […]

Train Your Dog to get the Morning Paper

December 28, 2007 by · Leave a Comment 

Today I was just genuinely surfing the Web… linking from Problogger, spotting a name, using my intuition. Before I knew it I landed at Christina Jones’ video, and I LAUGHED!!! The video should be rated ‘T” for “Too Cute”. Thank you, Christina, for making me laugh!