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Do you have a new puppy or dog in your home that won't notify you when he or she needs to eliminate? Sometimes it's best to take a proactive approach to avoid unwanted accidents in the home.
Patch reader, Cathy, has issues with her dog jumping and licking guests when they arrive in her home. Learn some tips to keeping these unwanted behaviors under control.
Patch reader, Ellen, has a one year old terrier that has way too much energy, which has become bothersome especially when she tries to get some work done at the computer.
There are several different methods you can use to walk your dog nicely on leash. Explore these methods in Part 3 of the multi-part series on loose leash walking.
So often, we focus on training a dog to do something - Sit, Shake, Rollover. But isn’t a lot of what we want from our dog really a whole lot of nothing, like not jumping on guests?
Attending a group training class can be very beneficial, even if your dog is already well-behaved.
Have you ever wondered if the old saying "You can't teach an old dog new tricks" is true? If not, are there limitations to what you can teach an older dog? Read on to find out!
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