Annie Phenix, CPDT-KA
Does your dog ignore you? Do you think your dog isn’t listening to you, or maybe you’ve just got a stubborn dog on your hands? A pro shares tips on training a dog who doesn’t seem to listen!
As a professional dog trainer and dog aficionado, I have had the privilege of sharing my 50-plus years on the planet with a multitude of dogs. I’ve had as many female dogs as I have had male dogs. When I think about adding a new family member, I give serious thought whether a female or a male dog would fit best in our home. Perhaps you do the same or have a strong preference for one sex over the other?
Does your dog bark uncontrollably at the front door? Are you looking for a way to train him? In this article we go in depth on how to resolve your dog’s front door behavior.
Get your new puppy off to a good start with lots of proper puppy training. Here’s what to know about those crucial first two months of puppy training.
Wondering how to teach your dog to fetch? Dogs aren’t born knowing how to play this game. We turned to a pro for some advice on how to teach your dog to fetch the right way!
Dogs and holiday guests don’t have to be a stressful situation. See these training tips — and which dogs to keep away from seasonal festivities altogether.
The holidays mean visitors — but for a stranger-danger dog all that company is stressful. Here’s how to train your dog to greet guests appropriately.
Before I could focus on training my wild-child puppy, I needed to calm down her overactive mind and fearful responses. Here are some things I’m trying to help calm this hyper dog.
Can you train a water-phobic dog to like water? Maybe! It depends on a few factors. Make sure you’re not forcing your dog and follow these steps from a professional trainer.
Struggling with the concept of loose-leashing walking? The good news is that you’re not alone. A pro dog trainer takes us through some common reasons why dogs fail at loose-leash walking and some steps for success.
Jelly loved to jump up and say hello. By watching her body language during training, I was able to figure out how to keep her paws on the ground.