Dog Bites

    June 15, 2010 by  
    Filed under Training & Behavior

    Has your dog ever bitten anyone?  It can end up being your worst nightmare.  What can you do?  What should you do? Medical Considerations First and foremost, make sure your dog is current on all required vaccinations in your state and county.  Obviously, this will include rabies, but some municipalities may require other shots as […]

    Choosing Playmates for your Dog

    June 14, 2010 by  
    Filed under Dog Advocacy, Training & Behavior

    It’s always fun to take your dog to the dog park or to a doggie daycare, but how do you know if your dog will be safe from the other dogs there?  What if your dog is the one who is endangering other dogs? Size Matters One of the first things you should consider when […]

    Overcoming Canine Food Aggression

    June 8, 2010 by  
    Filed under Food & Nutrition, Training & Behavior

    Dogs are born with several basic, primal drives:  prey and food being primary among them.  These two drives are somewhat related, as dogs in the wild needed to catch their prey in order to eat. To satisfy these twin drives, dogs will resort to nearly anything to make sure they get their food.  What’s a […]