Why do dogs bark & what can be done about it? Part 1
Excessive barking or nuisance barking is one of the most frequent issues I encounter as a trainer. The “why do dogs bark” question is easy (as you will see), but the “what can be done about it” is a lot more difficult. Dogs bark for…
Petting Party Part 2:
Let’s go back in time a bit to one of our previous blog posts…Petting Party Part 1. You’ve got your friends lined up, you know the schedule of the games you are watching…so what’s the game plan? You are going to provide the beverages (adult…
My dog barks…What can I do? Park it Part 2…Wireless Door bell (thank you mister Pavlov) using Park it along with the door bell.
Now that you have park it down and it is working during dinner and when new people enter the house, you are ready for the graduate school level of park it! Let me ask you a question, would you be interested in having your doorbell…
Letter To the Editor: Readers Digest
In the April 2010 issue of Readers Digest, in the Ask Laskas section, Jeanne Marie Laskas gave some advice to the owners of a couple dogs with a barking problem! After reading the question and the responding advice it made me ponder why some dog…
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THE DOG OWNER’S BOOK OF POOP AND PEE!! – FastPencil
I worked hard and long on this book. Take a look and pass the info on to someone who needs it. Here is an excerpt: Is Fido peeing and pooping in all the wrong spots? Are you pulling your hair out? Well, Keep it Simple Read more →
Podcast #8 – Is Grain Free Food Safe For Pets?
Emery Kittle and Mike Deathe talk about the safety of grain-free pet food and what effects it can have on your pets. Listen Here Read more →
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