Is Your Dog (Mis)Behaving in Public? Don’t Worry. Here’s Why.

By |January 26th, 2016|Dog Behavior, Dog Trainers, Dog Training, Dog Training Austin TX|

  Dog owners worry WAY too much about their dog’s behavior in public. It’s understandable though. If there is one thing most people have in common, it’s that we wish we cared less about what other people think of us. The vast majority of us care a lot about how we are perceived in public. [...]

Why Should I Use Puzzle Toys With My Dog?

By |January 22nd, 2016|dog boarding, dog feeding, Dog Food, dog toys, Dog Trainers, Dog Training, Dog Training Austin TX, puzzle toys|

  Feeding time is a very important aspect of training our dogs that we often forget about. In most homes, dinner time is more of a missed training opportunity than anything else. But, let's face it, we don’t all have an hour to dedicate to using every single piece of kibble as a training treat. [...]

6 Easy Tips For Housetraining Your Dog

By |December 4th, 2015|dog crating, dog daycare austin, Dog Trainers, Dog Training, Dog Training Austin TX, Housetraining|

  Whether you are bringing home a new puppy or an adult shelter dog, odds are you have some housetraining to do. Even if the animal rescue, dog shelter, or breeder tells you that your new dog is house trained, you are generally better off treating your dog as though they are not. Even when [...]

Dog Training: “There are too many options, what do I choose?”

By |October 30th, 2015|Dog Events, dog owners, Dog Trainers, Dog Training, Private Lessons, Pup Academy|

  When you are first thinking about training your dog, it’s very easy to get caught up in this cycle of questions: “Is dog training worth the money?” “My dog has no glaring behavior problems, why should I train them?” “What would me and my dog focus on in dog training?” “Does my dog really [...]

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