Impulse Control Games and Stay Go Together

Impulse control games are a great way to start building duration into our stays. We will teach the dogs that in order to get the treat, the dog needs to wait for the treat to come to them. Step 1- My fist is closed with one treat in it and I have several treats in my...

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Bored Dog? Fun and simple games

Doggie enrichment and Mental stimulation Is your dog bored? You do not need to take hours out of your day to provide adequate amounts of mental stimulation. If you begin to provide more mental stimulation, you will probably notice that your dog is more settled, less...

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Dog Aggression Links

This article links to dozens of free dog training articles that help with dog aggression, aggressive dog training, separation anxiety, dog biting, OCD in dogs, and fearful dog training. Being an advocate for your dog Does your dog want to go to the festival? ...

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Cue clarity

Is your dog reliable and fluent with their verbal cues? Saying the verbal cue while you do a hand signal is an easy pattern to fall into and for lots of dogs it delays the dog being able to do the verbal cue without the hand signal. Try this. Try to separate the...

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