Posts Tagged ‘loose leash walking’

The Way You Greet Your Pet Counts

Proper Pet Greeting One of the joys pet lovers share are the greetings and endearments they bestow on pets. The purpose is clear, to show how much they love a pet. Okay pet lover, do you greet your dog by patting your hand on top of his head? Do you shake hand-to-paw? Do you give…

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A Puppy’s First 100 Days Really Do Count

Your Puppy’s First 100 Days The most important time in a puppy’s development is during the first year, especially during the first 4 months of life.  This doesn’t mean your dog won’t be able to learn new things as a juvenile, adolescent or adult. It does mean the way he learns and responds are formed…

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Dog Noses

DOG NOSES Would you agree dog noses are underrated? Let’s find out why! People are fond of aromas that are fresh, floral and fragrant while dogs prefer the three D s: dirty, dead and disgusting. The sense of smell is the first of the dog’s senses to develop.  Dogs are born blind and deaf and…

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Fido Festivities – A Class Just For Fun

Fido Festivities Fido festivities is a four-week course of fun for you and your dog! Each session is 45 minutes on a weeknight in January.  Owner and dog teams meet to de-stress after the holidays and have fun with other people and their dogs. It’s a really fun social hour.  It’s all for fun and…

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Sitting Pretty in Dog Training

  5 Steps to Sitting Pretty For a human, sitting pretty means to be in the right place at the right time and have an awareness of the accomplishment to be able to enjoy the moment.  Are you working to get your dog to do the right thing at the right time and place?  While…

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