Let’s face it, dogs are part of the family and some even consider them their fur kids! Either way, as pet parents and guardians we always want what’s best for our pups. If you adopted your pooch from a shelter or rescue organization then National Dog Week is even more reason for celebration!
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As we get ready to send the kids back to school, remember it's also a great time to get our furry friends on track to learn something new.
We're back with our third and final dog training post from Kat Stevens-Stanley. Today, she's giving us pointers on how to get your dog to stop pulling on leash. See her tips on Positive Reinforcement Dog Training here and her post on understanding your dog's body language here.
We're back this week with another guest post from esteemed dog trainer, Kat Stevens-Stanley. If you missed her first post for us, you can view it here.
Dogs: if only they came equipped with the ability to understand the English language and we could explain to them the things we wanted them to know, do, and not do. What would our relationships with each other be like then? Since ‘human’s’ best friend unfortunately doesn’t come with this programming, how do we teach them? How do they learn? What is Positive Reinforcement Dog Training and why does it matter that we use this method?