April 18, 2009

Dogs and Fences

Fences are great, they are designed to give our yards privacy, keep out nosy neighbors, and protect our property.  But, when it comes to our dogs […]
March 17, 2009

Training Through the Dog’s Mentality

In a lot of ways, raising children and training dogs parallel each other.  Concepts like controlling resources, education, manners, structure and leadership go hand in hand […]
March 11, 2009

Dogs and Pick Up Trucks

Yes, we live in Texas, and there is nothing better then a good ole’ boy, his truck, and his dog.  It seems natural, I am sure […]
February 23, 2009

What Exactly is a Reward All About?

When teaching a dog a new skill, or practicing established commands, praise and reward are obviously very important.  We use them to mark the right behaviors […]
February 10, 2009

Housetraining: A Crate Training Idea

This article comes to us from Wayne Booth, of , a dog training company in Nashville, TN.  Wayne also offers dog training information on his blog […]
January 21, 2009

Teaching Your Dog Targets & Boundaries Pt. 2

Back in November I made a post about Teaching Your Dog Targets & Boundaries.  I now want to elaborate a bit more on selecting objects for […]
January 6, 2009

Body Language and the Sit Command

It is no secret that dogs communicate through body language, both with each other and us.  Whether it is a slight turn of the head when […]
December 14, 2008

What About Two Puppies From the Same Litter?

This article comes to us from Wayne Booth, of , a dog training company in Nashville, TN.  Wayne also offers dog training information on his blog […]
November 24, 2008

Training Your Dog is Not a Last Resort

Often times we get calls from prospective clients that are at the end of their ropes with their dog’s behavior.  We hear tales of the dog […]