Prevent dog fights by watching for situations that may trigger them. If you sense a dangerous situation, remove your dog immediately.
Dog training tips
Letting your dog on furniture won’t make him more aggressive. Make sure your dog is well-trained and furniture is big enough for everyone to be comfortable.
Dog home alone again? If you’re preparing to go back to work, get your dog ready. To prevent separation anxiety, use training, treats, and a safe space.
Training your dog is an excellent opportunity for puppy and owner to bond and establish a power dynamic so your pup learns to respond to commands.
Agility training helps dogs build confidence and learn to pay attention to their handlers. The training includes activities such as jumps and tunnels.
Train a dog not to bite: Watch for behavior changes, redirect puppy bites, and reduce frustration with exercise, and mental stimulation.
Start dog ramp training by placing the ramp at a low height setting. After your dog gets used to the ramp, encourage him to walk up it with a treat or toy.
With advanced treat dispensing dog cameras, you can monitor your pets and talk to them whenever you want to while flinging rewarding treats in between.
Your dog training voice is key to success. Be calm. If you always yell, dogs will tune you out. Really want to get their attention? Whisper.
Understand classical and operant conditioning. Classical links involuntary response to a stimulus. Operant links consequences for voluntary behavior.