Understanding Canine Anxiety

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Canine anxiety and tips for the urban dog owner. Part 1 of 3: Identifying your dog’s anxiety. Considering how much it can take a human to adjust to life in the big city, it’s no surprise that dogs need help acclimating too. It’s even more understandable since dogs don’t know what these big, rumbling masses, whizzing […]

Top Ten House Breaking Training Tips

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Consistency is key when it comes to House Breaking Training. 1. Setup a daily schedule including designated times for feeding, play time, crate time and outside time. 2. Write it down. Monitor your puppy’s meals, pees, poops, naps and playtime using a housebreaking chart to track your furry child’s progress. 3. Water portioning is a […]

National Puppy Day

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This Friday, March 23 is the sixth annual National Puppy Day. If you are thinking about getting a puppy, we encourage you to consider adopting one at your local shelter or a pure breed rescue. Welcoming a puppy into your home can be one of the most fulfilling, happy and heart warming experiences for you […]

House Breaking Training Made Simple

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When it comes to house breaking training the single most effective tool in your trainers kit is…… a crate. Developing a house breaking schedule is another important part of creating your Treatment Plan. In short, the crate should be made into a safe/cozy place where your dog get’s it’s favorite toys and treats. The placement […]