Housetraining 101 for your dog: every dog can be trained no matter how old, here's how (more).
New Puppy advice: tips, strategies and how-to's for your integrating, socializing and training your new little one (more).
Know when to tether your puppy and when not to: Should you tether your puppy? Learn welfare implications and training tips and who the tether should be attached to! (more)
How to help your dog not to pull: training tips and methods to help in keying in to your dog so you both get there at the same time (more).
Dogs communicate visually with humans: through the process of domestication and evolution our dogs have developed visual communication to synch with our own (more).
The use of shock collars with dogs: a review of the literature on the effectiveness of shock collars and the efficacy of negative reinforcement (more).
Strategies for working with the fearful dog: applied methods and guidelines for approaching and handling fearful dogs (more).
Strategies for working with the aggressive dog: applied methods and guidelines for approaching and handling aggressive dogs(more).
Working with dogs that bite:all dogs bite. Understanding motivation and modifying behavior (more).
Study focuses on what bite victims are thinking: Is knowing caine body language enough to prevent dog bites? Not if we don't do the listening. (more).
Reading the canine ladder of aggression: Canine stress signals are typically displayed in order and offer appeasement or warning. Learn to read them (more).
How to lessen barking and keep a quiet dog busy: Barking is a necessary part of canine expression and comunication but not being able to control it can be frustrating especially where neighbors and guests are concerned. Here are strategies to lower the volume and give that quiet dog something to do (more).
Let them smell the "roses"-getting the most out of your dog walk: Taking the time to allow your dog to sniff adequately makes all the difference for a satisfying dog walk (more).
How to walk the city dog: making sure your dog gets enough time to sniff around is just the beginning, watch for yanking and head halters (more.)
What to do when your dog becomes afraid of the walker: Sometimes caring for your pet means hiring pet sitters and dog walkers. With all your best efforts there may be times when the walking or sitting did not go as you or your dog would have liked, what to do next (more).
Winterproofing the city dog: Baby, it gets cold outside. Learn how to keep your dog warm and safe (more).