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Goals for Successful Dog Training

Set Your Goals for Successful Dog Training Does your dog have some behaviors that you’d like to improve on? Would you like to increase your own skills as a trainer to help your dog’s long term behavior? With both New

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Helping Your Dog Cope

Helping Your Dog Cope with Holiday Space Invaders The holidays present unique challenges for families with dogs. Whether you are hosting guests or visiting relatives over the holiday season, there are always issues and stresses that can affect your family

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Understanding Dog Body Language

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What’s Your Dog Telling You? Understanding Dog Body Language by Lisa Lyle Waggoner Ignorance is bliss. That commonly used phrase certainly applied to me years ago as it relates to dog body language. What I didn’t know about, I didn’t

Posted in Dog behavior, Dog training, Dog/human relationship, Educational, Misc, Positive Animal Training

A Novel Way To Trim Dog Nails

Dog Nail Trim

Many people struggle with trimming their dog’s nails. I remember my mentor, Jean Donaldson, saying that having a leg restrained often elicits the flight response, because it’s like having a leg caught in a trap. That was some very strong

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Stress-Free Travel with Your Dog!

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10 Tips for Stress-Free Travel with Your Dog! by Colleen Demling  Before You Go Do a Dry Run– You may want your dog to join you on your next vacation but your dog might not feel the same. Stay a

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Training a reliable recall

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If you build it, they will come: Training a reliable recall Kathy Sdao, Associate CAAB Ask dog trainers to name the most essential behavior a dog should learn; most are likely to answer, “a reliable recall.” Coming when called —

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A Little Tech Yields Big Benefits

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A Little Tech Yields Big Benefits – Malena DeMartini Fellow trainers are often surprised to hear that I work completely remotely with most of my clients. All it takes is a little technology. To date, I have been able to

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Win a Pet Tutor® for your Hero!

Win a Pet Tutor® for your "Hero to the Animals"

QUEST: To leave no stone unturned, to search the universe and reveal the most deserving “Hero to the Animals” by New Years Day.  WHEN: NOW until New Year’s Eve Midnight (Eastern Standard Time) Who: A hardworking, dedicated, talented, selfless person

Posted in Dog behavior, Dog training, Dog/human relationship, Misc, Positive Animal Training, service dogs, Shelter, Technology, Training tools

Can Diabetes Alert Dogs Really Detect Low Glucose Levels?

Diabetes alert dog study

People are familiar with service dogs and there is general awe regarding a dog’s ability to help humans. Diabetes Alert Dogs (DADs) have become very popular over the past few years and there has been much press regarding their ability

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Keys to Success for Travel Anywhere with Your Dog

Introduction: Please welcome our guest blogger, Bonnie Joy Dewkett.   Recently team PET TUTOR® attended a conference called BlogPaws. We met Bonnie who was a speaker and invited her to be our first guest blogger. Bonnie Joy Dewkett, CPO® is

Posted in Dog/human relationship, Misc
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