What a Dog’s Tail Wags Really Mean: Some New Scientific Data | Psychology Today
Great Article about the meaning of a tail wag. Those of us in the business of training and/or reading a dog’s behaviors have long known that a wagging tail does not always mean they are happy. This article goes into great detail on what and…
De-Bunking the “Alpha Dog” Theory – Whole Dog Journal Article
Well thought out article about the differences between dominance or alpha type training vs. positive reinforcement training. I really like the fact that the disagreements are based on facts, not emotion. Remember that one of the main ideas in Positive training is to ignore the…
Podcast #10 – Mike and Emery Answer Questions From Facebook
Mike and Emery answer questions from you all 😉 Please keep them coming… Facebook, websites, emails even calls… Without you all there would be no podcast so let us know what you want us to talk about. Listen Here
Help, I need a Dog Trainer!!!
So there you sit, looking at a list of dog trainers on your computer screen. Your wife has made it perfectly clear…if you don’t get the dog’s “fill in the blank” behavior fixed, either you or Fido are going to have to find a new…
Bonding with Dogs–or Not
Great article and a great blog. You should definitely follow this author! I love the fact she is honest and even gives ideas for improvement! Few trainers/bloggers would tell you they have time to bond with dogs! Another idea I have seen work a lot…
Is a Current Rabies Vaccination “Enough” to Protect Dogs Exposed to Rabies?
I know there are several readers out there that are Veterinarians, so as a dog trainer from Shawnee, KS. I will defer to you on this article and ask you to comment and let me know what you think about this article. While it does…
When You Assume… A shared blog from your Shawnee Dog Trainer!
This is a great article by a really good trainer! If you have ever been upset by your dog being snapped at by another dog while you are at, let’s say the dog park, you should really read this blog post. It is not meant…
Why is it so damn hard to get my dog to “Lay Down”
OK, this one is a pretty common question from my students/clients, but it really seems to confuse folks. When you really get down to it, this makes total sense. Ask yourself the question “What is the most submissive position a dog can give”? Is it…
Now I would watch this Olympics!
Hey, guys check out this article it is about the idea of having canines and humans competing in Olympic Contests. Pretty Funny but interesting as well! Keep it Simple Stupid (KISS Dog Training) Click here to See the article!
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