Most of us never consider rewarding our dogs when they are calm, but did you know that by not rewarding calm behavior you may be missing an important training opportunity?
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What if instead of jumping around like a lunatic when the doorbell rings, your dog waits politely in a down position? Or, instead of circling the dinner table like a shark, your dog lies quietly in the other room? Training a dog to go to a specific place is one of the most useful behavior/skills/tasks/commands/accomplishments/lessons. In the following exercise from her bestselling book, Control Unleashed, Leslie McDevitt explains how you can teach your dog the command “go to place.”
Nothing beats an icy treat on a hot day, so why not give your canine some cool relief?
Finally—summertime and summer weather!
Father’s Day is the perfect time to show thanks for all that Dad does.
I love everything about spring. Well, except for one thing—the muddy paws!