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Those who have leash reactive or excitable dogs usually know what their triggers are as they are what cause our dog to be at the end of the leash, lunging, barking or jumping. Largely these are other dogs, people, vehicles and wildlife. A trigger is defined as anything...

October 20, 2017

The human world can be new and scary for dogs in their everyday life let alone busy holidays. New people, objects, environments can be stressful for dogs but it doesn't need to be. Active and positive socialization can help your dogs confidence and overcome those fears...

Patience is an important part in training your puppy or dog. Your dog needs to learn those obedience skills, manners and self control which they aren't born with therefore patience is required from us handlers. 

I have been reminded of this lately as I've been trai...

We make a joke that when either we or our pets get distracted we say "squirrel!" I could have said this at least two times per day this past week when I sat down and tried to write this blog. The date started on this blog is Sept 2nd and today is... well past that date...

August 19, 2017

Do you ever get nervous or feel out of your comfort zone in certain situations?  I do when walking into rooms full of people I don't know and having to start conversations with strangers. Being a little of an introvert I have noticed things that I do to calm myself in...

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