There is confusion about the definition of “heeling” as it pertains to dog training. The original meaning, and correct one, refers to the formal heel, which has been used in competition for decades, in both retrieving and competition obedience. It was also traditionally trained with force. The dog was collar corrected each time he went… Read More Heeling Made Simple – The Front Foot Target
Over my two week break from blogging, I took a webinar through the Pet Professional Guild given by Michele Pouliot who is a canine musical freestyle expert. The webinar was so informative that I am recommending that anyone who wants to train their dog to do anything really, to watch it. There is a cost… Read More Train Easier With A Platform
Yep. We have started training with the DIY bathtub on the low grooming table. Tommy and Emmett were my training guinea dogs. It was interesting to note the training here because each dog responded differently to the situation. You can really see the effects of good training for different situations in this video. Tommy and… Read More Your Dog Can Love Getting A Bath?
Your puppy is not your best friend. Nope. Not even close. Dogs are often said to be a “person’s” best friend. I actually believe that is true for the most part. Except when your dog does something that is annoying or destructive. Then he is someone else’s dog (just a joke). I am “struggling” to… Read More Your Best Friend When You Have A Puppy
Many of you already know that I have made the choice to work from home to be with my husband and dogs everyday. This does not have to be a problem when considering the topic of money or making a living, although that would likely be the reason that most people would choose NOT to… Read More Five Frugal Tips For Stay-At-Home Dog People