Human-Canine Bond: 10 Steps to Increase the Bond with Your Dog

The bond we form with animals is real. It explains why we suffer intense grief upon losing our pets. There are times our human-canine bond is super strong and times it’s weakened. The reason for a weakened bond is life. A busy work schedule, returning to school, having a new baby, getting married, moving. Any life change can disrupt our routine. Our pets often suffer as a result of our busier schedule. We provide you with 10 tips to strengthen your bond with your new dog or a long-time furry family member.

How Open-Mindedness and Flexibility Improves Your Dog Training Skill

There are ten traits that professional dog trainers should possess in order to provide exemplary service to their clients.

Why The Word “No” Rarely Works in Dog Training (and What DOES Work) 

Do you find yourself saying “NO” to your dog, rather than giving commands to stop a behavior? We are not opposed to using the word no, as long as it is used properly. Here is our philosophy on the word “no”. Imagine you are at work and make a mistake. Your boss screams “no”, glares …

Four Reasons Dogs Chase Their Tail, That You May Not Know

We all giggle when we watch a dog chase their tail. Have you ever wondered why they do it? Jessica provides the reasons in the below video. While tail chasing may be a genetic trait and entertaining for the dog, there are ways to stop tail chasing if it becomes an obsessive or bothersome behavior. …

How Dogs Learn

The number one misconception that dog owners have when it comes to training their dog is that canines learn the same way we learn.  That is not true. Dogs do not think or learn the same way humans do. It is important to help your client understand that: Dogs are not human.   Dogs are …