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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 17, 2020
Is Your Dog Socializing Right?

How Should Your Dog Be Socializing? Socializing is interacting or playing with other dogs. WRONG. Socializing is actually having your dog calm and relaxed around other dogs without the need to interact or display any type of negative behaviour. It is also when your dog can listen to your every command in a variety of different […]

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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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July 6, 2020
Quit Being Led By Your Dog

Does your dog walk up and rub against you or nudge your hand. Is your reaction to pet him? Without even realizing it, your dog is now learning to lead you. A dog that is unruly in the home could start from simple mistakes that we make without even realizing that we are doing it. […]

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July 2, 2020
Be The Leader Your Dog Wants You To Be

Your Dog Needs A Leader Stop feeding your dog the soft stuff. You are disabling him. It is not fair to put all of your emotions on to a dog who probably has a hard time with his own. Your dog is ready to move on and become a strong-minded, calm, happy, and most importantly […]

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June 29, 2020
Dog Training Doesnt End When Your Dog Gets Home

Dog Training Is A Continuous Process That Takes Time And Dedication Once your dog goes home it is crucial that you continue to follow the training program as closely as possible. Dog training is a continuous process that takes time and dedication. If you do not have the time or aren’t willing to put in […]

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June 22, 2020
The Myths Surrounding The E-Collar

The E-Collar Myths There is a ton of misinformation and a lack of understanding of what the e collar is and how effective they really are when used appropriately. The first and most common myth is that the e collar is cruel and will hurt the dog. This is wrong and there is absolutely no […]

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June 10, 2020
Are You Correcting Your Dog's Anxiety?

The Importance Of Correcting Your Dog’s Anxiety Imagine living in a constant state of anxiety with no direction or leadership from people around you. A dog struggling with anxiety needs to be corrected for such behaviour. Why? It limits the option to think and act out on negative thoughts and emotions that your dog is […]

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