You have been planning for this day and are finally bringing your new puppy home. You make arrangements with your veterinarian and she gives your puppy his first checkup and stresses that you don’t dare take your puppy out of […]
Teaching your dog a ‘go-to” behavior ahead of time allows you to ask for that “replacement behavior” during times your dog is most likely to act out.
Meet “Crash”, a purebred Doberman who completed our 3 Week Program this summer. He had not had many experiences outside of his home, and this eventually turned into nervous habits when walking in public. There was even some history with […]