July 15, 2011

Tips for Building Drive

Some dogs naturally have tons of drive for balls, frisbees, or other toys, while other dogs could care less about a toy.  While it’s not always […]
June 14, 2011

5 Tips for Feeding Your Dog

Yes, it’s more then just dumping food in a bowl and seeing what happens or scraping your plate into the dog’s dish after dinner.  Proper feeding […]
June 8, 2011

Veterans Memorial Dog Park in Cedar Park

  A new dog park has recently opened in Cedar Park, and it looks like a great place for the dogs!  The Cedar Bark Park is […]
May 15, 2011

25 Worst Cities to Be a Postal Worker

Earlier this week the Postal Service released the statistics to draw attention to National Dog Bite Prevention Week.  5,669 postal employees were attacked by dogs in […]
May 9, 2011

2011 Austin Doggie Du Dash

It’s baaack!!  As part of the CapTexTri, the 2011 Doggie Du Dash will be held in Austin on May, 29th.  The Doggie Du Dash is composed […]
May 3, 2011

Does Your Dog Mark?

After watching the video above, substitute the couch for another piece of furniture, a wall, a plant, a fence, someone’s leg, or anything else dogs commonly […]
April 25, 2011

Dogs Wander Off as Maturity Sets In

Something that we frequently hear from owners of young dogs is, “My puppy doesn’t wander off when we’re at the park, he just stays near me.” […]
March 28, 2011

Your Dog has a Recall. Now What?

The whole reason we teach our dogs skills are so that we can use them to help manage them around the house and in public; which […]
March 21, 2011

Crate Games

We have always been in favor of crates, and the subject of crates and crate training have appeared in our blog on several occasions.  A variety […]