What Do Dogs Learn In Advanced Obedience Classes?

11 February 2020
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Generally, it is a good idea to take your puppy to at least a few beginner obedience classes. In these classes, dogs will learn the basics needed to get along in a household — generally how to sit, stay, wait for treats, and maybe roll over. Most dogs don't really need more training than this, but of course, more training can be helpful, and it can be really good for breeds that tend not to listen as well naturally. Read More 

2 Reasons To Take Puppy Obedience Classes

6 January 2020
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Getting a new puppy can be a lot of fun. The problem is that it can a lot of work. Trying to teach your puppy all the things that you need them to know and helping them unlearn all the things that you don't want them to know is enough to make you want to pull your hair out. There are several ways that you can end up teaching your puppy what you need them to know. Read More 

4 Reasons Why Your Chihuahua Doesn’t Listen To Your Commands

26 July 2019
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The Chihuahua breed might be small, but they have big attitudes. If you have a dog of this breed that doesn't listen to you, you know this information all too well. However, if you can't get your dog to obey your commands, it's not your dog — it's you. Learn some of the reasons why your dog is ignoring you. 1. No Backbone A dog is very much like a child in that they base their actions on the actions of the authoritative figure in their life. Read More 

Expecting a Baby? 3 Reasons to Schedule Training for Your Dog

22 April 2019
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When you have a baby on the way, you're likely making a lot of preparations to ensure that your home is as safe as possible for their arrival. While you may have to do some baby-proofing to get everything ready, it's a good idea to look into what you can do if you have a pet dog as well. Instead of putting your baby at risk when your dog has never been around a baby before, consider the following reasons why you should schedule dog training classes. Read More 

Time To Get Your Puppy Used To Sleeping Outside? How To Ease The Transition

12 April 2018
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The weather is finally getting nice out again. If you're trying to train your puppy to sleep outside, now's the time to do that. You never want to leave your puppy outside at night during the winter. However, when the weather is warm, it can be quite pleasant for your puppy to get some fresh air and sleep outside. If it's time to make the transition, your dog may need some extra coaxing, especially if it's used to being an indoor puppy, which can happen during the long winter months. Read More