June 29, 2020

Dogs and Fireworks

With Independence Day activities coming up, we can all expect that there will be an increase in firework displays.  Many dogs do not deal well with […]
February 4, 2020

Austin Snake Avoidance Training for Dogs

Our spring and fall snake avoidance clinics were such a success that we are going to be doing it all again on Saturday, April 18, 2020. […]
February 1, 2020

What is a Redirection?

In this case, we are referring to a redirection as a release of frustration onto a target that is not the cause of said frustration.  Here […]
February 1, 2020

Is a Dog Park the Right Place to Socialize Your Dog?

Dogs are so much better teachers of what is and what is not appropriate amongst each other than we could ever be.  Dogs learn from each […]
January 8, 2020

When is it Time for a New Dog Collar?

One of the best ways to show off your dog’s personality is through his or her dog collar. In addition to the personalization factor, a collar […]
January 8, 2020

Choosing a Second Dog

Going from a single dog household to living with multiple dogs can be a burden and a decision that some people regret, but it doesn’t have […]
January 4, 2020

Recovering from Damage Control

A short time ago we wrote about recognizing the difference between interruption and damage control and how it applies to dog training.  To briefly sum up that article, interruption refers to […]
January 4, 2020

Interesting Facts About Dog Paws

In addition to ensuring that your dog gets the best foods available, the right amounts of physical and mental stimulation, and needed vet care, taking proper care […]
January 2, 2020

Your Dog Is Not Racist

There are a lot of dogs out there that do not react kindly to strangers.  Often we make the joke that “My dog is racist” or […]