August 19, 2018

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 […]
August 18, 2018

A Guide to Leash Pressure

Teaching your dog/puppy to understand the meaning of leash pressure is extremely important.  Pressure from the leash, whether created by the handler or the dog, is […]
August 11, 2018

Does Your Dog Window Bark?

We have been working with quite a few dogs that have some pretty serious window barking tendencies.  To some extent window barking is your dog’s natural […]
August 11, 2018

Do You Use An Emergency Recall Word?

I was recently chatting with a potential client during a consultation and evaluation when he stated that his previous trainer had suggested using an emergency recall […]
August 1, 2018

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, August 11, 2018. […]
July 22, 2018

Is Anticipation a Good Thing?

In my opinion, you often want your dog to anticipate what you want them to do.  Anticipation is a good thing, as long as their anticipation […]
June 24, 2018

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 […]
May 20, 2018

A Conversation About a Frisbee

So much about owning a dog is being able to accurately read them and understand what is going on inside their heads.  As we have mentioned […]
May 10, 2018

Are Treats and Toys Hurting Your Training?

Motivating and rewarding your dog during training is an important part of the training process.  It’s not uncommon for dogs to be motivated by different things […]