One of the most common issues I come across when working with puppies aside from Potty Training is puppy biting. Puppy biting is normal and is not to be confused with human aggression. It is very rare for a puppy to be what I consider “legitimately” aggressive. Unfortunately, many new dog owners are
Potty training a puppy takes time, patience, consistency, clean-up sprays and a lot of paper towels. There are many approaches to potty training, and throughout my years of working with countless families who have brought puppies into their homes, I've taken the best of the best cases, as well as personal experiences, to create a
Puppy separation anxiety is a very common behavior issue I work with, and - in my opinion - it's more difficult to address than aggression. The reason is because it's the relationship that's been established between the puppy and the owner that's driving the anxiety. Believe it or not, the puppy decides the dynamic
Last week I described how I would go about introducing dogs when it's cold outside or if you don't have a yard. One of the methods covered something I call "Claiming Space At The Door." I did a video on it a few years ago and it can be found in an older blog
Trying to find ways to help your dog burn off energy or not to be bored out their mind during the winter months can be a chore, but doggie playdates can be a great way to change up your dog's routine. However, there's the possibility of them drumming up some drama if the introduction
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