GDA60: Dogs with High Prey Drive

GDA60: Dogs with High Prey Drive

Everyone knows about the age old rivalry between cats and dogs and we are usually not surprised when dogs want to chase cats and other small furry animals. Some dogs, however, can live very happily with cats and other little critters without an issue. So why are some...
GDA59: Dogs Who Don’t Like Being Touched

GDA59: Dogs Who Don’t Like Being Touched

In this episode we’re going to talk about all those dogs who get a little grumpy about being touched. Whether it’s their ears, back feet, tail or being picked up, for whatever reason they just don’t like it and can get a bit nasty about it. The key is to change the...
GDA58: Proper Puppy Socialization

GDA58: Proper Puppy Socialization

Lack of socialization is an epidemic and one of biggest causes of behavioral issues in adult dogs, and most people have no idea how to properly socialize their new puppies. Combine that with the multitude of misinformation online and from some trusted professionals...
GDA57: Keeping Your Dog Healthy & Happy During the Winter

GDA57: Keeping Your Dog Healthy & Happy During the Winter

Winter can be a long and cold season. With temperatures dipping there are lots of concerns and considerations you need to be aware of with your dog. Although some breeds are able to tolerate the extreme cold because they’re really bred for that, not all breeds can...
GDA56: 10 New Years Resolution to Make with Your Dog

GDA56: 10 New Years Resolution to Make with Your Dog

Happy new year everyone! This is the time of year where we all reflect on what we’ve done and plan for the year ahead. We vow to stop some things, while make resolutions to start up some new habits. Just about everyone does this with our personal and professional...
GDA55: Dog Group Interactions

GDA55: Dog Group Interactions

Socialization with your dog is something you should be continually doing throughout your dog’s life. However, there can be limitations or restrictions in socializing your dogs and one of those is the dog’s interaction in group settings. Understanding what the dogs are...

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