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Tag: Dog behavioural Training

May 11, 2020
The Truth About Fixing Your Dog

Fixing Dogs Imagine if we could actually COMPLETELY “fix” dogs. One misconception is that rehabilitation will completely “fix” your dog. This couldn’t be further from the truth. The reality is there is no quick “fix” for rehabilitating a dog. Don’t let trainers trick you into thinking all of your dog’s issues will just disappear. Does […]

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May 1, 2020
Rules aren’t meant to be broken. Period.

Do Not Allow Your Dog To Break Your Rules If you set a rule for your dog that rule should be set forever. Allowing your dog to get away with it “just once” is not only confusing to your dog but your dog has also learned that that rule is not set in stone. Dogs […]

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April 27, 2020
Give Your Dog The Time To Adjust To A New Lifestyle

Give Your Dog Time To Adjust To A New Lifestyle There is a reason we do a MINIMUM of 4 weeks when it comes to behavioural issues. Dogs need time to adjust to the new lifestyle we create. They also are being reprogrammed. How is it realistic to say 4 weeks is a long time away from […]

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April 13, 2020
Is Your Dog Biting Your Kids?

Let’s first point out, that before a dog bites they give of signs of stress, fear or aggression before the actual bite. Usually, people are bitten because they do not respect or have no knowledge of what to look for before this reaction. How To Prevent Your Dog From Biting The Don’ts Never approach a […]

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March 30, 2020
Stop Making Excuses

Be A Leader Dedicate the time needed to improve your dog’s behaviour and stop making excuses. Your dog relies on you as their leader. So be one and guide your dog through life appropriately to make him strong, confident, happy and calm. Give your dog what he needs and NO that isn’t a ton of […]

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March 10, 2020
Has Your Dog's Behaviour Regressed Since Training?

If Your Dog Has Regressed Since Training With Your Trainer You Need To Read This Sending your dog to training is only part of the process. During the board and train, our job is to teach your dog how to live in a healthier state of mind so you can continue training for a lifetime. Training […]

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February 26, 2020
Punish your dog for bad behavior

It's Part Of All Animal Learning Positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement, positive punishment, and negative punishment. If you are a trainer you need to be utilizing ALL of these. NOT just positive reinforcement. If you are not using all of these you are limiting how the dog learns and you have limited the results you will […]

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February 19, 2020
Why Puppy Training is Genuinely Worth the Investment

... the novelty aspect will subside and you’ll be left with the reality of integrating your pup into everyday life

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February 10, 2020
Dog Training Happens Every Single Day

Imagine if we could actually “fix” dogs. One misconception is that rehabilitation will completely “fix” your dog. This couldn’t be further from the truth. The reality is there is no quick “fix” for rehabilitating a dog. Don’t let trainers trick you into thinking all of your dog’s issues will just disappear. Does a drug addict […]

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January 24, 2020
Is Your Dog a Brat?

What Do We Mean By Brat? We mean, the dog has always gotten what it wants and there were no rules being enforced. Bratty dogs are often given treats for no reason, coddled excessively, allowed to free roam, and demand bark when they want something. They nudge their owners whenever they want to be pet […]

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