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.
ISCDT is hosting a Valentine’s Day Contest In 100 words of less, tell us why your dog is special to you. Email submission to email@example.com Follow us on Facebook for winning announcement https://www.facebook.com/ISCDTDogTrainerSchool Submit your entry and share the post with someone who absolutely loves their dog and wants everyone to know! Deadline: February 7,2020
Charging the mark is the first step in training your dog. Charging the mark teaches the dog to associate the word “yes” or the sound of a clicker, to a high-value reward.
In past articles we have shared the importance of patience and open-mindedness while training dogs. If you would like to read those articles, visit https://wordpress.com/view/iscdtfordogtrainersblog.school.blog Today, we reveal the next trait: EMPATHY Empathy is one of the most important skills we possess as humans. The ability to understand and relate to another person’s feelings from […]
Last Wednesday we kicked off our ten-week series on the “Traits of a Professional Dog Trainer”, with an article entitled, How Open-Mindedness and Flexibility Improves Your Dog Training Skill. If you missed it, please click this link to read it: https://wordpress.com/view/iscdtfordogtrainersblog.school.blog In addition to educating yourself in the craft of dog training and working with […]