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— A good trainer has to listen -- to dogs and owners.
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— Based on my experience with my Schnauzer Dusty, I say yes. Am I wrong? School me, please.
— For me, training dogs is like raising teenagers: I give them all they need to make good judgments.
— My dogs prefer to be in their comfortable doggie crates when I'm out. Are your dogs crate trained?
— Trinket is a full-throttle addition to our family. Consider these highlights from our crazy schedule.
— My experience as a trainer couldn't change the fact that dogs don't always come on command.
— Many dog breeds have this instinct, including mine. Tips from trainer Gloria Post made a world of difference.
— I have four highly rambunctious dogs. Here's "a day in the life" look into my crazy world.
— These trainers are the scourge of the industry as far as I'm concerned. They wanted to euthanize little Lullabelle for all the wrong reasons.
— Dogs don't say "I love you" with a hug. Here's why you shouldn't either (at least as far as dogs are concerned).
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— My dog thinks poop is the best thing since sliced bread. What about yours?
— Growling is an early warning system. Your job is to figure out what's wrong.
— Successful puppy adoption begins before you ever step foot in the shelter, and that means doing some serious soul searching.
— I suspect my household will always be a two-dog household. But I also know it's not for everyone.
— Elka's level of understanding astonishes me -- and we use words that aren't simple.
— Though I long for a day when I can finally leave Onyx alone at home while I go to work, I’m not going to be holding my breath.
— Outfitting a dog for a great life means meeting his needs. These seven things should be nonnegotiable.
— Such tools are often sold as harmless devices, and they're proliferating. Don't play along.
— I have tried many things, but Obi still sees the cage as his enemy. What do I do?
— Canine Life and Social Skills teaches things that help dogs move better in the community.
— My dogs' behavior problems are because of one thing: me. Here's how I failed my dogs -- and how training is helping me fix that.
— Looking to add a second dog to your home? Here's how to find the best match possible.
— When your new pet is the opposite species of the pet you have at home, you have to move carefully. Here's how.
— Dogs communicate with their faces, ears, eyes, eyebrows, tails -- their entire bodies. Over the years, I have learned to “listen” to my dogs, to the extent possible.
— My dog's more of a blogger than an agility dog, but his friends are pros when it comes to human-canine team sports.
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