Recall – Getting Your Dog to Come When Called

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As dog owners there’s one thing we always expect of our dog, or we should anyways. That is recall. Recall is getting your dog to come running back to you when you call them. This can definitely take a long time for your dog to learn and is typically more difficult with more distractions. Recall When teaching this you want it to be a simple or easy to understand command for your dog. Some basic examples are ” (dog’s name) come” or “here (dog’s name)”. If you’ve previously been known…

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Puppy’s First Night at Home – What to Expect

Puppy's First Night at Home
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Puppy’s First Night at Home Bringing home a puppy for the first time is exciting. It’s something that is fun as well but can pose a bit of stress for both the dog and you, the family. Here’s some advice for your puppy’s first night at home with you. I haven’t brought home a 9 week old puppy in quite a few years but honestly, this can be advice for bringing home an older dog as well. A good puppy book I had friends recommend to me that we have…

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Boost Confidence – 10 Things to Teach Your Dog

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There’s many difference things you can teach your dog. Of course there are far more than 10 things you can train your dog to do that’ll benefit both them and you. Keep in mind these are just my opinions of the essentials to train your dog of things they should know. These are things that’ll help boost confidence within your dog and help to grow a stronger bond with them. These are just some building blocks to having a confident, obedient, and safe dog. While tricks are a lot of…

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Why It’s Important to Teach the PLACE Command

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There’s plenty of reasons to train your dog and teach them the PLACE command. It’s a great learning tool and gives them another impressive skill to show others that they know and understand what you expect of them. Place Command Uses You can use this command anytime someone rings your doorbell or knocks on your door. It’s great so you can answer the door without your dog trying to dash out the door or to stop them from jumping up on your guests as they enter your house. Anytime you…

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5 Simple Dog Walking Tips

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Dog Walking Tips We all should totally be walking our dogs at least once a day, but most of us dog owners simply don’t walk them daily. I’m guilt of this and I’ll admit that one of my dogs goes for a walk 5-7 days a week. She’s easily the best dog I own that can walk on a leash. My Aussie goes on walks/runs about 2-4 days a week, which is decent but still not as often as it should be. My third dog, honestly she can’t function walking…

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5 Best Reasons to Crate Train Your Dog

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We all always want the best for our pet, and yes this will be about your dog. So many people don’t understand why you should crate train or feel crate training is a punishment for your dog. It actually provides comfort for your dog so they always have a place to go. Their crate or bed or whatever you wish to call it, is basically the equivalent to a bedroom. 5 Reasons to Crate Train: Gives your dog their own space. Help to potty train them quicker Transport your dog…

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