How To Prevent Your Puppy From Developing Separation Anxiety Separation Anxiety is a very common behavior issue that I work with and in my opinion, it is more difficult to address than aggression. The reason is because it's relationship based, Meaning, the relationship that has been established between the puppy and the
City of Chicago's Leash Laws Last week's blog covering "What To Do When An Aggressive Off-Leash Dog Approaches" got a lot of attention so I thought it would be a good idea to talk about what the Leash Laws are. Be sure to check your city's own leash laws as they may
What To Do When An Aggressive Off-Leash Dog Approaches I'm sure most people have had encounters with off-leash dogs in areas where they shouldn't be and most of the time it's not a big deal when the owner comes running up yelling their dog's name repeatedly. Apologizing as they pull their dog
Puppy Training 101: Why Clicker Training Is The Best Way To Start Training Your Puppy So many puppies! Looking over my calendar I count 13 puppies currently enrolled in puppy behavior training with me and I have another 3 that I need to schedule in. I typically have 3 - 5 puppies
Did You Say Group Classes?! You read that right! I've branched out and partnered up with Bark By The Park in Lakeview. There are currently only two types of classes being offered. The Pup Start Program for puppies under 6 months and the Adolescent Pup Program for puppies between 6 months and
Bring In The New Year With Canine Perspective! (again) Welcome to the first letter of the New Year! There are many business-related New Year's resolutions I'd like to see through and several goals that I'd love to see come to fruition in 2018. First order of business is not to get comfortable.