Our dogs train us because they have better observation skills and more patience. They can tell by our body language when we are about to give in!
Clicker Training Blog
Congratulations on your new Christmas puppy! He is just a baby. Everything he does is cute because he is so small.
When you work with your dog, try to see a situation from his perspective. Instead of assuming your dog is being stubborn when you ask for, and don’t get, a sit, look at the environment.
There is so much to teach a dog, whether your dog is young or old. But, where to begin? There are the staples, or the foundation behaviors: sit, down, stay, come, etc.
Family gatherings are the source of fond memories for many. However, the family dog may not enjoy these events as much as the rest of the family.
Race to the door
For many dogs, the sound of the doorbell is like the clang of the starting gate at the races. Ding dong—and they're off! Have you nearly been knocked off your feet trying to get to the door? Or, have you found yourself having to drag one, two, or even three lunging, baying, gagging, slobbery (but otherwise people-friendly) beasts back by the collar as you let your guests in? If so, the following advice is for you!