Come, dog, come!

Come, dog, come!

Having a dog that comes immediately when called is a marvelous thing. When I was training Grady to come promptly when called (dog trainers often refer to this as a recall) I had one goal. I wanted Grady to find the sound of my voice irresistible. Puppies love...
Dog Days of Summer – Signs of Dog Overheating

Dog Days of Summer – Signs of Dog Overheating

This summer has had record breaking temperatures so it is good to be reminded of how the heat can affect our canine friends. In fact, it really doesn’t take much for a dog to get overheated in hot temperatures since their body temperature is higher than humans’...
Why Take Your Dog to Doggy Day Care?

Why Take Your Dog to Doggy Day Care?

There are several benefits of Doggy Day Care. Here’s what I consider to be the most important benefits for your dog. A tired dog is a happy dog. And, or course, a tired dog is less likely to get into trouble! D oggy day care is a great outlet for their energy...
Come, dog, come!

Teach your dog to come when you clap in 4 steps.

I used a clicker to train Grady but you don’t have to – just be consistent with treating your dog for the behavior you want. Here are some general suggestions to help you be successful: Make sure you have lots of really good treats.   Remember the goal at this...
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