September 2018

April 2018

5 Basic Dog Commands Every Dog Owner Should Teach And Use

By |2018-06-20T18:35:04+00:00April 13th, 2018|Chicago, Dogs, FAQ, Obedience, Training|

What your dog needs to know how to do depends on your and your dog’s lifestyle. Not every dog needs to know every command there is, but there are a few basic dog commands that every dog needs to know because they are applicable to your dog and you. For example - in my opinion -

Dogs and Children: How to Keep Your Child Safe

By |2018-07-27T23:03:13+00:00April 7th, 2018|Aggression, Behavior, Dogs, FAQ, Q&A|

More than 80 percent of all dog bites treated in the emergency room involve children under the age of 15. Put simply, issues between dogs and children exists because people are naïve, negligent, or just plain ignorant. This sounds harsh, but it is very true. Let me explain: You see, I’ve heard

September 2017

How to Find a Good Dog Trainer: Tips and Guidelines

By |2018-08-31T00:08:35+00:00September 15th, 2017|Chicago, Dog Rescue, Dogs, FAQ, How To, News, Obedience, Off Leash Training, Training|

You go to the breeder, rescue, or shelter, and while looking at dogs, you can't help but be drawn to one in particular — sometimes more than one! You bring the dog home and immediately begin to bond with this other life and everything is going great, until you realize they have a quirk that

August 2017

Why Rotating Dog Food is Healthy for Puppies

By |2018-07-31T17:50:06+00:00August 4th, 2017|Dog Rescue, Dogs, FAQ, Nutrition, Puppy|

When I used to work at a large pet food store, I remember seeing pet owners panic when we were out of their dog's particular food, or — worse than that — the food was discontinued. They would talk about how their dog didn't like any other food, which can be addressed, but many

July 2017

Signs of Dogs Overheating and What to Do if It Happens

By |2018-06-14T17:26:20+00:00July 13th, 2017|Behavior, Chicago, Dogs, FAQ, News, Training|

Now that warmer weather is officially here, so are the days of blazing hot sun and high temperatures, which brings along the risk of dogs overheating and passing out from heat exhaustion, having a stroke and - in extreme cases - death. That's why it's so important to recognize signs of overheating. That way,