Can my dog eat that? This infographic answers once and for all! (Little Holly's Big World)
Can my dog eat that? This infographic answers once and for all!, a post from the blog Little Holly's Big World, written by Holly's Mom on Bloglovin’
How To Teach Your Dog To Stop Pulling - Lovable Dogs
Please Share This Page: Photo © Eric Isselée – fotolia.com This incredible video by Training Positive showcases the importance of teaching your dog to stop pulling, especially during your walks outside. Dogs tend to lose focus and the next thing you know, they are pulling like mad again. This video will help you train your …
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Is your puppy constantly nibbling on your hands, feet, legs, and arms? Over the years we've learned a few tricks on how to stop a puppy from biting inappropriately.
4 Tips to Stop a Dog From Jumping | The 'How-to' Dog Blog
Dogs love to greet their dog friends by jumping on one another. It’s a way for them to show affection. … Read More "4 Tips to Stop a Dog From Jumping"
Top 8 Hand Signals To Teach Your Dog (including Deaf Ones)
Hand signals for dogs are a great way to add visual cues to his training. Learn which top 8 hand signals to teach your dog (including deaf ones)!
How to Train Loose Leash Walking
A dog dragging you down the street can be extremely frustrating. Here are a few tips that have worked to train loose leash walking to countless dogs.
I leave my puppy in her crate for less than an hour and she has a potty accident. How can I get my puppy to stop peeing in her crate? There are several things you can do to help stop your puppy from having pee and poop accidents in the crate. Starting with… #peeincrate #poopincrate #cratetraining #pottyaccidents #peeingincrate #cratetrainingaccidents #cratetrainingpuppy
5 Things You Might Be Doing That Hurts Your Dog's Feelings
A Harvard psychologist recently declared that when dogs dream they are likely reliving their experiences with their humans. Those yips and kicks we see are their reactions to either pleasing us or annoying us in dreamland. For better or worse, our dogs’ entire lives revolve around us. If they do not …
Dog Body Language - Freezing or Stillness - Silent Conversations
Freezing or stillness in dog body language terms is a very clear signal that speaks loudly. Often it can go unnoticed due to the length of time a freeze may occur, for instance a matter of seconds, or to the untrained eye it may look as if nothing is occurring, so it is not recognized. If a dog is feeling the need to freeze or be still, it means that they are experiencing a high level of unease.
15 Essential Commands to teach Your Dog
Table of contentBefore starting to teach your dog’s commands1. “Watch Me” command2. “Sit” command3. “Down” command4. “Stay” command5. “Heel” command6. “Wait” command7. “Come” command8. “Off” command9. “Take it” & “Drop it” command10. “Out” command11. “Leave it” command12. “Place, Bed, or Crate” command13. “Stand” command14. “No” command15. “Settle down”command The first thing a dog needs to […]