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Advice From a Dog Trainer Before Getting a Dog

Advice From a Dog Trainer Before Getting a Dog

A dog in your home is one of life’s greatest joys! Caring for a dog is a full-time responsibility that requires time, energy, and money. If your family is thinking of getting a new dog, there are a few things to keep in mind and to consider when choosing the right...
Back to (Dog Training) School

Back to (Dog Training) School

During the summer months, your dog has become accustomed to a lot of daily human interaction. And now that your family will be away for most of the day, your dog may become bored, lonely, or anxious. This unspent energy often leads to poor, destructive behavior....
Teaching Your Dog to Chew Toys

Teaching Your Dog to Chew Toys

We may assume that a dog instinctively knows what toys are for them to chew. Some dogs need to be taught that it’s okay to chew only certain toys and not other household items. Here are 8 Dog Training Tips for promoting positive chewing behavior: Anytime you see your...
Dog Crate Training 101

Dog Crate Training 101

A dog crate can become a place of comfort and security for your dog or puppy. This will come in handy when traveling in a car, staying in a pet-friendly hotel, during large family gatherings or parties in your home, or when delivery or repair people come into your...
2022 Price Increase

2022 Price Increase

Dear Valued Clients, We have survived what we hope was the worst of Covid and now we are faced with supply shortages, staffing shortages, and rising prices on most everything including labor. In an effort to attract dedicated and motivated staff, and to provide our...
Does Your Dog Eat Socks or Other Smelly Things?

Does Your Dog Eat Socks or Other Smelly Things?

It’s not uncommon for dogs to chew on or even ingest socks, including other unusual items. The more smelly, the better! There are several reasons a dog might be attracted to items that are not edible. 1) Exploration – If you have a puppy, chances they are...