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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...
6 Myths about E-Collars

6 Myths about E-Collars

You may have heard that E-Collars can hurt dogs. Is it true? The answer is no. At Bark Avenue Daycamp we instill similar technique’s as police and military working dogs. This style of training encompasses consistency, fairness, and clear communication between dog and...
It Pays To Re-FUR

It Pays To Re-FUR

At Bark Avenue Daycamp, we appreciate the kind words our clients have shared about their positive experiences with us. We’d like to reward those who spread the word through our re-FUR-ral program. As a client, you can pick up a re-FURA-ral card at our front desk. Be...
Why It’s Important To Socialize Your Dog

Why It’s Important To Socialize Your Dog

Just like us, our dogs have unique personalities! Some people can be outgoing and social butterflies, while others can be more reserved and shy. In the same way, our behaviors and personality can be influenced by our experiences and surroundings, the same is true for...