Sometimes it feels like you’ll lose your sanity if you have to take another walk with your dog in the snow, rain, or freezing temperatures – or a combination of all three! Mental stimulation is just as important to your dog’s well-being as physical exercise, and smart play can offer hours of constructive, creative fun. So just because you don’t have an open space to play in, doesn’t mean you can’t have quality playtime with your pup! Below are three positive-reinforcement training games to play with your dog – yep, you guessed it – indoors.Read More
New friends are the best – better than all the treats in the world, better than walks and car rides and toys. For dogs, saying hello to someone new is the ultimate reward.
But in their joy, many dogs forget that jumping, barking and spinning circles does not result in a new best friend...Read More
Panic is illogical. It's also the source of Separation Anxiety. To overcome Separation Anxiety, you must first tame the panic.Read More
Dominance is not a personality characteristic (as in, my dog is energetic and dominant), it is found in relationships between individuals. By definition, dominance refers to an individual’s ability to take charge of or influence others but to be dominant requires the presence of those other individuals; I can’t just walk around by myself being dominant.Read More