The Best Tool for a Dog Fearful of People

The Best Tool for a Dog Fearful of People

Having a dog that is anxious or afraid of people is a bit of a bummer. Dogs that are fearful of strangers may run and hide, bark, nip and even bite at strangers coming into your house. This makes entertaining guests a bit tricky. If you want to have people over you...
Finding the Right Dog For You

Finding the Right Dog For You

Lets say you’ve decided to get a dog (or another dog). Cool, good for you. However, before you run out and grab the first furry little face that crosses your path, there’s much to consider. First, you should really think long and hard if getting a dog is...
Why Sending Your Dog Away For Training Doesn’t Work

Why Sending Your Dog Away For Training Doesn’t Work

Recently I’ve been contacted by people looking to work on some behavioral problems for dogs that have already been sent away to a facility for training. These people spent a truck load of money and handed over their dog to people they didn’t know in hopes...
Treatment vs. Management

Treatment vs. Management

If you’re a good, responsible dog owner you probably want to address the issues you have with your dog. I mean, in addition to be annoying and embarrassing, they’re not all that good for the health of your dog. That’s great – you should try to...
Bringing Home a Second Dog

Bringing Home a Second Dog

I know I’m preaching to the choir here but isn’t living with a dog awesome. Having a dog is a great experience that comes with some great benefits – both physical and mental. I think it’s safe to say that most of the time you absolutely love...

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