GDA66: Uncontrollable Shelter Dog to Frisbee Champion

GDA66: Uncontrollable Shelter Dog to Frisbee Champion

There are an endless amount of high energy dogs that are quickly labeled as trouble makers and unruly because of their energy and lack of manners. These are not bad dogs, just super high energy pooches that just never learned any manners. In this edition of the...
GDA65: Helping Dogs with Anxiety and Fear

GDA65: Helping Dogs with Anxiety and Fear

My favorite thing to work on is helping dogs with anxiety and fear. I like it because I feel that every day a dog goes through life in an anxious state of mind his quality of life is decreasing, and that makes me sad. Once you help the dog gain confidence his world...
GDA64: How Breed Influence Behavior and Training

GDA64: How Breed Influence Behavior and Training

What breed of dog do you have? Have you considered what behavior traits come with that breed and how your dog’s breed can affect how you train them? Most people don’t put that much thought into it and then are shocked when their dog act in certain ways, not realizing...
GDA63: Understanding Dog Calming Signals

GDA63: Understanding Dog Calming Signals

Dogs are constantly telling everyone around them how they feel and what their intentions are. They live in family groups and really want a life without conflict. To accomplish this they have a large number of signals that they display to communicate that everything is...
GDA62: Improving Dog Rescue

GDA62: Improving Dog Rescue

After working with rescues for a number of years I’ve realized that although people who are involved in dog rescue are very dedicated they can sometimes lack some of the information to really maximize what they do. The problem is that we’re all so busy just doing the...
GDA61: Dealing with Leash Reactivity

GDA61: Dealing with Leash Reactivity

By far the most common thing people hire me for is dogs that are reactive to other dog while on leash. To us it seems strange that our lovable dog would act so grumpy toward another pooch, but it’s actually quite common. When we put restraints (leash) on our dogs we...

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