As the months get warmer and we’re spending more time being active with our dogs it is important to be sure that we are taking our dog’s physical stamina into account. Too often dog owners, with the burst of enthusiasm that accompanies springtime, will push their dogs past their physical capacity for exercise.Continue Reading
The absence of socialization can really do a lot to affect your dog’s behavior. The majority of socially awkward, fearful or reactive dogs exist because of human error. The best way to prepare your dog for all of the other dogs, people, sights, sounds, smells and textures of the world is by socializing them to things they may someday interact with. Continue Reading
You know your dog has issues when they completely panic when you open the glove compartment in your dashboard. I mean really and truly panic. It’s one of the most alienating and frustrating experiences to go out in the world with a dog that doesn’t act like a dog is “supposed to”.