Walk it Out

Walk it Out

One of the biggest client complaints is their dog pulling on the leash. Before we get into different ways to combat this unpleasant behavior, the first thing to remember is…It isn’t the dog’s fault. Being quadrupeds by nature, dogs walk faster than...
Drive: It isn’t about Energy

Drive: It isn’t about Energy

It is standard within the dog world to interchangeably use drive as a term for dogs that are energetic. However, drive isn’t about the energy level of the dog, it’s about the desire to respond to a reinforcer. There are plenty of medium to low energy dogs...
Let’s Cook for Them!

Let’s Cook for Them!

It’s National Cook for Your Pet Day! Not a bad way to start off November as cooking for your pet can actually be very healthy. Since we cater to dogs, the recipe below will primarily for your canine companions. Feel free to remove any vegetables, however, to use...
Practice Makes Progress

Practice Makes Progress

As dog owners, the idea of training reads as having a definitive end point. Once the dog is trained there is nothing else to do and we can all live a happy life. However, just as a person never stops learning as they grow, animals continue to mature and have new...

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