You. Plain and simple. There are many methods and tools that we can use to train and rehabilitate our dogs. But at the end of the day, it’s all about you and the relationship you and your dog have. And quite frankly, it’s the hardest part to address when working with my behavior cases that
Check out the videos below to learn all about dog e-collar training. You'll not only learn about training your dog using an electronic collar; you'll also learn how training differs for dogs that are stable versus dogs that have behavior issues. Due to time constraints, there will only be videos and no short summary
I cover a few topics in my Vlog and all of them are important, but this is one that really bothers me: tying your dog to a post while running inside a store. I suppose if it's a coffee shop with large windows where you can keep an eye on your dog or your
It's that time of the month again where I get to feature the oh-so-knowledgeable Alli Glüecklich! Dogs naturally have a need and desire to chew. Not only is it their own way of helping to keep their teeth and gums healthy, but it's mentally stimulating as well. Choosing the right
This week's WWAPDT vlog: Your Vet Doesn't Know Behavior may ruffle a few feathers, but in my experience, it is completely true. This is something I come across way too often. People who take their dogs to the vet to deal with their aggression, anxiety, fear, nervousness, etcetera.
More on using a remote collar to teach a dog to walk on a treadmill. In this video I work with Ozzy. He is Mona's adopted brother, whom I featured in last week's treadmill video. Ozzy has a very high flight response and is a very insecure dog, but is now walking