Shows like Cesar Millan’s that depict troubled dogs being magically rehabilitated overnight are sending a terrible message.
We must be advocates for our animals because they can’t advocate for themselves.
If you can figure out how your dog learned an undesirable habit, you have a better chance at changing the behavior.
Yelling commands and yanking leashes? No way! Kinder, gentler methods of training have been proven to work best.
If your pup can’t get enough of eating potentially harmful, non-nutritional items, you can train him to change his behavior and stay safe.
Sometimes the “problem” dog in a household isn’t the problem at all.
Dogs thrive when they live in a house where the rules are consistent and clear. Follow these tips to get everyone in your family on the same page.