Getting out with your Dog – Camping Have you ever wanted to take your dog camping, but have been worried about behavior issues?? Ticks? Getting lost? This is the blog post for you. One of the best ways for families to bond with their dog is to get outside and get moving! Because camping is…
Dog Training With Your Lifestyle I am frequently asked why I don’t operate my training business from a building. I’ve been doing this a lot of years, and I feel that there is a benefit with dog training with your lifestyle. Training buildings have their benefits: cool air conditioning in the hot summer, shelter if…
In this post, I explain my thoughts about why a Board and Train experience is not the best option for most dogs. I do offer a 3 week board and train, but I very seldom train dogs this way. If your desire is to leave your dog for training, I can discuss with you whether…
We are working a six month old lab off leash working on sit, stay and with focus exercises.
Storm, a male German shepherd Video demonstrating training that is effective at creating boundaries: Storm is not allowed in the kitchen.
Storm, a male German shepherd Video showing effective training at teaching boundaries: Storm is not allowed in the kitchen. Sometimes he goes to the second kitchen entrance, but nope! He’s not allowed past there either!
Storm, a German shepherd Video showing Storm hanging out in the front yard while I do yard work. With full control, your dog can be with you in a variety of situations and be safe.
Rafiki, a Rhodesian Ridgeback Video of Monnie and Rafiki in the park doing obedience training. Corrections are given during the training which helps your handling skills and ensures you have appropriate expectations of what your dog can do.
Video showing Michaela and Monnie training their dogs together. Manny was previously very dog-aggressive. And Rafiki also had begun developing some aggressive tendencies at dog shows. Video shows that Manny can tolerate a dog in his environment and remain neutral. Both are off-leash.
Mike works with Sawyer on a long down stay for 250 yards, which is 2.5 football fields. Notice Sawyer remain in a down-stay until released to go to his owner, who walked the length of the park, then returned. Sawyer has been trained to work as a service-animal for his owner, who is hearing-impaired.