— Our resident trainer weighs in on the use of shock and prong collars, plus other pain-inflicting dog-training tools and methods.
— We crated our dog for four-hour stretches, and a rescue denied us another dog because of it. The rejection caused us to reexamine our reasons.
— A whistle doesn't have to be silent or ultrasonic to be effective for training. Learn more about dog whistles here!
— We must control our dogs, of course, but you can make it easier to do so.
— Dog-related injuries go way beyond dog bites. Reduce your risk with these tips.
— We all aren’t pro trainers who can dedicate 24/7 to our dogs, but we all can help with behavior.
— It's National Pet Peeves Week (seriously), a good time to look at why dogs do the things they do.
— A sadness circles the globe after her passing; friends and colleagues comment on her life.
— My rescue dog showed no signs of aggression in three months; I wonder what set him off.
— When I see my dog's toothy smile, I wonder what damage those teeth could do to a small human.
— Anyone can call herself a dog trainer; here's how to find one who knows what she's doing.
— We need to move past "puppy love," which often includes doing things to dogs they don't want.
— Every time I walk my dog on a leash in my neighborhood, we're chased by off-leash dogs.
— It's Responsible Dog Ownership Month, so we've made a shortlist of 10 things that make a responsible dog owner. Do all these apply to you?
— Yes, there is litter for dogs in this article. And yes, this is a thing!
— We chat with Stephanie Martinez-Peres about how rescue dogs are helping to rehabilitate inmates.
— It seems like the easiest part of caring for a dog, but after I adopted my strong Lab GhostBuster, I realized how wrong I was.
— Humping is common behavior among male and female dogs, who grind on toys, legs, and other dogs for a variety of reasons.
— The mouth is a primary means for a puppy to interact with the world, but training is needed when puppy biting turns from playful to harmful.
— Also, enter to win a complete collection of the reward-based dog-trainer's e-books and DVDs.
— A person's business card might say "professional," but you could be dealing with a fool -- or worse. Here are some bad example I've encountered.
— After the World Cup incidents, we ask Annie Phenix to suggest dog-training techniques.
— Don't wait until the first firework explodes before you think to check on your dog. Here are six tips to keep her comfortable and safe.
— Some dog breeds need swimming lessons; here's how to make the training safe and easy.
— Berloni has been the dog trainer for Broadway shows -- including Sandy from "Annie" -- for more than 40 years. Find out how he does it.
— Walking three dogs on retractable leads seemed like a good idea at the time, but my long hair ended up being a casualty -- and a hazard.
— Ace sinks his teeth into the Marathon, a food puzzle ball that includes snap-in dog treats.
— The American Veterinary Medical Association reports that every year, more than 4.5 million people in the United States are victims of dog bites.
— Do you believe that if a dog eats venison, he'll start chasing deer? Someone out there thinks so.
— After my Greyhound Vera confounded all my expectations, I learned an important lesson: Breed stereotyping affects more than just Pit Bulls.
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