There are a few strategies you can try to reduce and prevent your dog from jumping up on people. Here’s how to train your dog not to jump up:
Training is just one of the many things you’ll need to do when you add a puppy to your life. Here are some dog training books to add to your reading list:
How many times have you gone to take a cute picture of your dog & missed it because they moved? Here are some tips on how to take your dog’s picture:
When it comes to training and socialization, a dog trainer can certainly help. Here are a few things dog trainers wish dog owners knew:
Teaching your dog to play frisbee can be a fun and interesting activity for them as well as for you. Here’s how to teach your dog to play frisbee:
Having a good dog harness is essential for leash training, safer walks, and other types of outdoor activity. Here’s how to choose a dog harness:
Teaching your dog to respond to hand signals is handy and helpful to communicate with them. Here are are some useful hand signals you can teach your dog:
One of the biggest obstacles when bringing a puppy into your home can be house training. Here are some house training tips to help potty train your puppy.
Gardening is a fun hobby. Use these dog-friendly gardening tips to help protect your dog and also protect all of your hard work in the garden.
A picture with Santa is a Christmas staple. If you’re planning to take your dog to get a picture with Santa, here’s how to prep your dog to meet Santa.
A good start to make the transition easier when getting a new dog is to avoid these common mistakes people make when bringing a new dog home.
It can be tempting to skip things where you can in order to save money when caring for your dog. Here are a few dog expenses you should never skip.