Back in the early nineties I was a Humane Officer. My job at Humane Society was to investigate allegations of abuse and neglect all over the county. More often than I would like to recount, I came across dogs of every age, breed and mix in terrible circumstances. […]
Whether it’s a new little pup, adult dog new to your home, or one that has grown with your family, dog on dog aggression can be overwhelming. There are many articles that touch on this problem, but few provide a clear, sensible process to deal with the issue. […]
While the spring buds blossom and the birds whistle their tune, I see more and more dogs out walking people. All over the place, whether in stores, on the streets, or corner cafes, puppies and dogs of all sorts are catching an “ooh!” or “ah!” from the passing […]
Play time can be so much more than just fun and something to occupy or tire out your dog. The very same moves, and toys, that you use playing with them can be implemented in their training. There are some specific play methods that also develop your relationship deeper and build focus in your pup. These are even good ways for correcting dog behavior.