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November 23, 2020
5 Things That May Stress Your Dog Out

1. Change in routine. It is important to create a consistent and predictable daily structure so your dog knows exactly what to expect. 2. Separation From the get-go it is important that a part of your dog's day includes time to himself, even if you are home. If you spend all day and all night […]

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November 16, 2020
Benefits of The Crate

Properly crate training your dog can have many benefits. Some of the benefits are: Damage Prevention Preventing damage in your home from the anxiety that can be built from a dog left outside of the crate. When your dog is constantly on a free roam without supervision it can get bored or anxious and try […]

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November 11, 2020
The Truth About Belly Rubs

Everyone gives their dogs belly rubs. But did you know that you could be creating a great deal of stress and eventually anxiety by continuing to pet your dogs belly. All dogs are different and some just simply tolerate or don’t enjoy those rubs that you love giving. If your dog's body is loose and […]

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October 29, 2020
Your Dog Is Not Your Baby

Realizing There Is A Problem When you see your dog, are you constantly cuddling and spoiling him/her because of your own emotional needs? Are you struggling with your own emotions ? Do you stop your dog from getting off the couch because you want company? Does your dog sleep in your bed every night? Does […]

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September 21, 2020
Punishing Your Dog Is Not A Bad Thing

The Truth About Punishment Punishment is always made out to be a bad thing in dog training in today’s society. We have become so soft and ignorant. For those who speak negatively on the use of punishment in dog training are uneducated in the proper use of it and have never attempted to use it […]

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August 24, 2020
The Right Board & Train For You

Here are a few reasons why our Board & Train programs might be the right fit for your dog. We Don’t Rely On Harsh Physical Aversive Training is about balance and figuring out what method or technique works best for each individual dog. It is also about ensuring your dog feels better about situations it […]

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August 10, 2020
Most Common Concerns With Board & Train

Should You Be Concerned? Is my dog going to remember me? Will my dog’s personality change? Of course not. Your dog will remember you as its original owner. Not only that, but once the new structure and lifestyle start back home, they will trust, respect and love you much more than before. The reason for […]

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August 1, 2020
Each Dog Is Different, And So Is Their Training

Each Dog Requires A Different Approach The approach we take with every dog is with an open mind. No dog is ever the same, meaning the approach to each individual dog must be different. It is important to always read each individual dog as they present themselves in each moment. Without an open mind and […]

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July 27, 2020
Is Positive Reinforcement Effective?

Positive Reinforcement Does Not Stop Bad Behaviour This is a very big topic and likely a controversial one for those who do not understand the term “punishment” or how to properly apply it. Punishment is a part of all animal learning period!! Yet so many are trying to get around this and continue to fail. We […]

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July 20, 2020
Are You Making This Mistake?

Dog Training Mistakes So, you get a new dog, you’re excited, you want to introduce it to all of your friends, neighbors, and family. Sound familiar? This is what most owners do when bringing home a puppy. Could you be making a mistake by doing this? You sure can. Right off the bat, introducing your dog too […]

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