Archive for the Behavior Problems Category

Parting Wisdom from my Mentor, Jonathan Klein

The Take Away Lesson Jonathan Klein trained thousands of dogs, and their humans, over the course of 30+ years. His recent passing has left us all very sad, yet we’re also endlessly grateful for the positive change he brought into our lives. He founded, “I Said Sit!” […]

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5 Tips To Help Your Dog Change Behavior (Part 5)

Science Based Methods Make Sure The Dog Is An Active Participant In The Training Process For many years, I trained with methods I really now considered “Old School”. Of course they worked, or I wouldn’t have ever been successful as a dog trainer. Over the course of […]

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5 Tips To Help Your Dog Change Behavior (Part 4)

It Is Important To Continue Especially When You See A Small Bit Of Progress If your child had just started school and had learned a few things you wouldn’t stop after only a few weeks. That is the time to really take advantage of the momentum and […]

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5 Tips To Help Your Dog Change Behavior (Part 3)

Record and Measure Your Results to See the Improvement It is really common for clients to start all fired up and then fizzle out during the training process. Sometimes it is hard to see the results when the change is gradual. Especially with issues like leash reactivity […]

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5 Tips To Help Your Dog Change Behavior (Part 1)

We run a busy dog school in a community of busy people. Because we do have a great reputation for working with more difficult behavior issues, we get a lot of dogs that fall into the category we call “Beyond Basic Training” or B-Mod dogs. Since training […]

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Q: What’s better than Boot Camp? A: Boarding Training Done Right

Have you ever considered Doggie Boot Camp? Or is there even something better? There are several distinct advantages to sending your dog to a boarding training program, and when you want your dog trained the fastest way possible, a boarding program is the best option. When it’s […]

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Is Your Dog a Brat? You Might Need Boarding Training!

I did a consult yesterday for a board and train  client. After trying class training, private dog-training lessons and even in-home training for their dog, it wasn’t getting better. I watched the dog interrupt us repeatedly by barking, jumping and trying to knock things off the shelves […]

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Training Tip for Rescue Dogs – What’s in a Name?

If you just rescued a dog, it’s better to change its name to give it a really new beginning. Here’s Stormy, or at least that is what his name was when he came to us. He was pretty rambunctious, and he actually has a bite history. We […]

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