Preventing Dog Bites With Children

How to Prevent Dogs Biting Kids ( If you are a parent, a Grandparent or just someone who loves dogs and/or children, you need to read this article. (linked above) For the sake of the children. For the sake of the dogs. For your sake too. I’m sure a lot of people would look at the … Read more

Leah From Canine Movement Lab

  My friend Leah from Canine Movement Lab did a really nice interview with a podcast called Dogs and Deadlifts. OK, so who thought up that name. Anyhow, Leah talked about training, nutrition (and a nice shoutout to me, thank you Leah)  spay and neuter and more. I hope you enjoy it. Oh, and spoiler … Read more

Puppy Training

As I have stated before, I am not a dog trainer. But I do believe very strongly in the natural Dog Training model that was developed by trainer Kevin Behan. Kevin believed that in order to raise a puppy to be the best it could be, you needed to go slowly. It is very possible … Read more

Kiss with a Touch

Giving a kiss. Blonde girl with her cute white dog have a great time spending on a beach

On this blog post, I am talking about safety for dogs and children, and for everyone really. In this picture we see a little child giving a dog a hug. Cute, right? Well, giving a dog a hug can be cute for us but for the dog, not so much. Most dogs don’t like hugs, … Read more

Natural Dog Training

Natural Dog Trainer Jenya Chernoff working with Dottie. Part of a natural lifestyle for you and your dog, is training. Now, I don’t mean dominating them or being their “Alpha”. That theory is very outdated, but trainers are still using it. I am talking about using your dogs natural prey drive to build attraction and … Read more

The Art of Training Puppies

I am not a dog trainer. I want to make that very clear. Even though I have taken dogs to advanced AKC Obedience titles and had High in Trial, I am not a trainer. So, I always defer to the experts. Leah Twitchell is one of those experts I turn to. She is helping me … Read more