September 19, 2008

Teaching Your Dog Not to Jump

Does your dog jump on your guest every time they enter your house?  Teaching your dog not to jump on people is a training goal for […]
September 12, 2008

When Not to Give Affection

This entry comes from Chris Colt of Cove Mountain Kennels. Cove Mountain Kennels, located in the rural town of Annabella, Utah at the base of Cove […]
August 27, 2008

When to Start Training Your Puppy

People frequently ask us what a good age is to start training a new puppy.  The short answer is as soon as they set foot in […]
August 22, 2008

Building a Relationship With Your Dog

Dogs are such great animals; entertaining, athletic, funny, affectionate and fascinating.  Maybe all of these characteristics are reasons why we bond with them so easily.  Sometimes […]
August 18, 2008

Hiking With Your Dog at Walnut Creek

We frequently take a break from our normal training classes take our clients and their dogs trail class at Walnut Creek Park. Many have clients have […]
August 13, 2008

15 Reasons to Train Your Dog

Dogs are not born knowing how to behave, training teaches them Training mentally stimulates your dog Training is a part of responsible pet ownership A trained […]
August 11, 2008

Gastric Torsion & Your Dog

What Is It? Gastric torsion, bloat, torsion, and gastric dilatation-volvulus are all names given for the medical condition where a dog’s stomach becomes overstretched by excessive […]
August 6, 2008

Some Important Dog Training Knowledge

I was recently reading an article called “Some Important Dog Training Equipment”.  The article talks about a few different dog training tools, such as muzzles, harnesses, […]
August 5, 2008

Dog Park Dos & Don’ts

Many more towns and cities are adding dog parks to their list of community features.  In the Austin area alone there are over 14 off-leash areas.  […]