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Consider this: All the interactions and engagements you have with your dog you are training them. So keep in mind what you reward and in turn reinforce with behavior offered. Start as you mean to continue as some unwanted behavior is learnt through our unwitting...

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Recently I have been asked this question multiple times, “what kind of dog (breed) should I get?” That is indeed a very good question! My answer is do your homework. Think about your lifestyle and the space you live in. Do you have a yard or is it a smaller space? Are...

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Advocate for your dog! Our dogs are not human, and the world (our world) that we throw them into is chaotic at the best of times. Some will be more resilient than others, loud noises (cars, trucks, skateboards, bikes, and anything else you can think of) are all new...

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Start thinking about training your pup or dog as soon as you get them home. Puppies in their first 16 weeks are forming 80% of their learning so its never too early. However this doesn’t mean you cant teach an older dog new tricks. They don’t know what they don’t know...

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Don’t be in a rush to get your new house mate. Research breeds and choose one that best suits your lifestyle. Be prepared! Before your pup/dog arrives make sure you have everything you will need eg crate, bowls, adjustable collar, lead, bedding. Where is he/she going...