Cool Treats For Your Hot Dog!

By |2018-07-29T03:02:54+00:00July 29th, 2018|Dogs, How To, Nutrition|

Summer means cold drinks and frozen treats. Do you ever think your pup may appreciate a cold treat, too? Unfortunately, our frozen treats are typically loaded with sugar and artificial flavors and colors, so I wouldn’t suggest sharing these with Fido! Here are some ideas to help your dog stay just as cool as you!

Why You Should Feed Your Dog “People” Food

By |2018-07-29T03:06:22+00:00July 7th, 2018|Dogs, Nutrition|

I constantly have people telling me that they are very strict and don’t give their dog “people” food. But in reality, we should be sharing as much food with Fido as possible. Now please, do not ration your chocolate covered deep fried Twinkie. Let’s be honest, you shouldn’t be eating that either. People food is

Does Uber Allow Dogs in Chicago? What About Lyft?

By |2018-07-15T00:50:38+00:00June 26th, 2018|Dogs|

Image source. If you don't own a vehicle, getting your dog around Chicago can be difficult, whether it's to the groomer, the vet, training classes, or even the beach. You've maybe even asked yourself, "does Uber allow dogs?" The short answer is yes. However, unless your dog is a certified service animal, it's not

Positive Dog Training Using the Pet Corrector

By |2018-08-18T20:47:02+00:00May 27th, 2018|Behavior, How To, Puppy, Training, Training Tools|

One of the most common issues, aside from potty training, I come across when working with puppies is biting. But, whereas aggressive behavior is unhealthy and dangerous, puppy biting is perfectly normal; it is very rare for a puppy to be what I consider “legitimately” aggressive. Unfortunately, many new dog owners are unaware of this,

Aggression in Dogs: An In-depth Training Example

By |2018-10-10T17:12:34+00:00May 12th, 2018|Aggression, Behavior, Case Study, Dogs, Training|

Meet Milo, a very aggressive Pug mix that lives in a building where everyone knows to stay away from him. Milo demonstrates that aggression in dogs is not based solely on a dog's breed. And, although many would think this is a dog that comes from an abusive background, I didn't think that