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Part 2 of the training series on teaching your dog to walk politely on a loose leash.
Teaching a dog to walk politely on leash is one of the most challenging things you might have to teach your dog. Learn some tips and tricks to teaching loose leash walking in this multi-part series.
So often, we focus on training a dog to do something - Sit, Shake, Rollover. But isn’t a lot of what we want from our dog really a whole lot of nothing, like not jumping on guests?
Dogs like to eat to animal waste, even their own, but there's a really good reason for it!
Completely frustrated with having your dog steal food, dish towels and kitchen utensils off of the kitchen counter? Find out why your dog counter surfs and how to deal with it.
Have you ever heard of the term "clicker training?" Are you wondering what it's all about? Read more about this amazing method of training your dog (or cat, for that matter).
Have you ever wondered if the old saying "You can't teach an old dog new tricks" is true? If not, are there limitations to what you can teach an older dog? Read on to find out!
Everybody is getting back into shape now that Spring is here. Don't forget about how to help our dogs do the same.
If your spring house cleaning leads to a discovery that your pet cat is not using her box, here are some tips.
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