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Trouble Training your Dog? You May Have Fallen for One of these Myths

- 3/20/2018 2:11:29 PM
Trouble Training your Dog?  You May Have Fallen for One of these MythsTeaching basic good manners can make living with a dog happier and easier for everyone in the family.  To be successful, you need to know the right things to do. 

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More Myths and Misconceptions About Dog Obedience Training

- 1/4/2017 10:53:41 AM
More Myths and Misconceptions About Dog Obedience TrainingTeaching good manners is one of our responsibilities as pet parents. But, with so much misinformation circulating in our digital world, it can be hard to separate myth from reality.

In our last post, we focused on some of the most common misconceptions about puppy training Canine Company trainers encounter. Here are three other myths that apply to dogs of all ages.
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Let's Debunk the Top Myths About Puppy Training

- 1/2/2017 1:37:07 PM
Let's Debunk the Top Myths About Puppy TrainingJanuary is National Train Your Dog Month -- a great time to talk about some of the dos and don'ts of obedience training.

Whether helping pet parents with basic manners training or behavioral issues, our professional trainers encounter many misconceptions about training - some of which can lead to behavioral issues down the road. Some of the most common misconceptions relate to puppy training.
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Brush Up Your Dog's Manners for Holiday Company

- 11/22/2016 2:22:50 PM
Brush Up Your Dog's Manners for Holiday CompanyThis season of celebration can be tough on the family dog. With household routines disrupted and strangers invading our homes, even the best-behaved dog can develop some "bad" manners.

Read more in this blog for a manners refresher for your dog before company comes this holiday season.
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Is Your Dog Suffering From the Back-to-School Blues?

- 8/30/2016 11:28:47 AM
Is Your Dog Suffering From the Back-to-School Blues?Has the family dog suddenly developed some bad behaviors - like chewing on furniture or shoes, barking excessively and even soiling in the house?

It could be the back-to-school blues. After having the kids to play with all summer, he suddenly finds himself alone most of the day. Not only are the kids gone all day for school and afternoon activities, but when they come home, they're too busy with homework for play time.

Dogs are happiest when they have a routine and the change from summer to school-year schedule can be hard on them.
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Teaching Your Puppy to Be Handled

- 8/3/2016 3:35:27 PM
Teaching Your Puppy to Be HandledRegular grooming is one of the most important responsibilities pet parents have. By taking good care of your pet's coat, ears, teeth and nails, you'll keep him healthy and comfortable - not to mention nice to be near!

Unfortunately, puppies aren't born knowing how to behave during grooming sessions. They may not like having their ears cleaned or nails clipped. And they may try to pull away or even nip when touched in a sensitive area.
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