Jumping on people is never a welcome behavior in our dogs. Not only is being jumped on a nuisance but it can also potentially cause scratching or bruising in the humans they love. These tips will help you encourage positive new behaviors in both your pet and yourself as their pet parent.
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It’s a fact that a good dog trainer is important to help you through the good times—and naughty times—with your new best friend. As the caregiver, it is also important to remember to have some super delectable treats to entice your dog to do what you ask and encourage the good behavior. And it never hurts to have the best treat in class!
After several years of working as a trainer, Lindsay took a strong interest in dog aggression and behavior modification. That's when she contacted Einstein Dog Training! She went through several months of intense training, learning the ins and outs of specializing in correcting behavior concerns, and started her employment in the summer of 2015.
This month's dog training topic is counter surfing. If your pooch likes to sneak food off your kitchen counter, be sure to read these tips from our resident dog training guest blogger, Kat Stevens-Stanley.
Food stealing from tabletops and counters is a big complaint that I frequently hear from dog owners. It’s also been a trouble area in my own household. (Yes, despite myths you may have heard, even dog trainers' dogs are still regular dogs!) Counter surfing can be a tricky issue to tackle and is usually the result of human error (leaving dogs access to things you don’t want them to have) or having trouble discovering manageable solutions.