Do you need to sign your puppy up for a training class? Has your dog started destructively chewing on your belongings? Do you have a dog that you know would be awesome at agility trials? Finding out how to get the right training for your dog can be a little daunting. After all, we all want to be responsible pet owners and do what’s right for our dogs. Here are five different types of dog training classes that can help whatever your goals may be:
- Dog Training Classes - 5 Different Types
- The Hunt For Spring - Beasley Is On The Case
- Dear Addie, I Am Going To Be A Hunting Dog
- CAUTION COLLARS
- URGENT: Why Is My Dog Pressing His Head Against The Wall?
- Keeping Kids Safe Around A Dog
- Dear Addie, Snow.
- What's In a Name
- Your Dog Is Going To Poop In Your House
- Dear Addie, The Groundhog
Posted by Beasley on 2/4/2016 to Announcements
Enough is enough says Beasley, at least enough winter anyway. Beasley is off to hunt for that groundhog and find out where he is hiding Springtime. Check out this adorable video to see if he finds what he's looking for
Posted by Addie on 2/2/2016 to Dear Addie
My name is Veronica and I am a Standard Poodle, but rest assured there is nothing standard about me. My pedigree is second to none. I am actually quite famous on the dog show circuit as well as being used as a model for world famous groomers.
Posted by Lisa on 1/28/2016 to Announcements
One of the things I am passionate about is responsible dog ownership. For some, this can be a real challenge. There are dogs out there that have so much energy they don’t know what to do with themselves, and will knock you over trying to be your buddy. And what about the dogs who are blind or deaf? A blind or deaf dog may become agitated if a stranger were to reach out and pet him without fair warning first.
Enter the need for the CAUTION collar, read more...
Posted by Lisa on 1/26/2016 to From Lisa
Dogs do many weird things. One weird thing that you shouldn’t chalk up to something that is oddly charming and adorably peculiar is when a dog presses his head against a wall or door for no apparent reason. This is called “head pressing” and could be a big indicator of a serious underlying medical issue.
Posted by Addie on 1/5/2016 to Dear Addie
I am writing to you from beautiful Casa Grande, Arizona! I have lived here all of my life which would make that four years. My human has lived here for the last ten. We are getting ready for a move though. My human’s daughter is going to have puppies! My human decided that she needed to move back home to Norfolk, Connecticut where her daughter still lives so she can help her daughter raise them. Puppies, as you know, are a lot of work.
Posted by Lisa on 1/7/2016 to From Lisa
One of the most heartbreaking things to happen in the life of a pet owner is when their pet bites a child. You can be the most vigilant person in the world and it still may happen. This is the hard reality of having both kids and dogs living under the same roof. No matter how many times you tell a child not to bother a dog or how much obedience training your dog has, a devastating bite can occur with or without warning:
Posted by Lisa on 12/29/2015 to Tips & Facts
One of my most embarrassing moments as a dog groomer happened to me about ten years ago. I was checking in a customer and taking in his personal information for my file. After I got his name, address, and phone number, it was time to get his dog’s info...find out exactly what happened next and read more here...
Posted by Yellow Dog on 12/15/2015 to Tips & Facts
Posted by Addie on 12/11/2015 to Dear Addie
I am a pretty self-reliant dog but I am having some difficulty finding a resolution to a problem my family and I are facing. We are dealing with a squatter on the property. I am not sure where we stand legally on how to make him leave. It’s a groundhog and he’s made his home underneath the shed in the backyard.