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Tips From June


It is so much easier to raise a well-behaved dog that does not bite you if you get into formal training early on. You need to learn the signs of aggression and how to correct them! The longer a bad habit is allowed to go on, the more difficult it will be to retrain. If you are having trouble with your dog blatantly disobeying or even snapping or biting at you, you are not the pack leader. The longer you wait to address the problem properly, the more difficult it will be to get your dog under control. Please do […]

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Puppy Biting

Too many people think it’s cute (or of no great concern) when puppies nibble on their fingers. Then as the puppy grows and quite naturally bites harder, the owner starts to realize he has a problem. The easiest way to cure this problem is to ‘nip it in the bud’ so to speak. From day one you should make it a policy not to encourage your puppy to bite, chew on, or nip at you. If you are having problems with puppy biting, we can help! It is especially important to get professional help early on to get a handle […]

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Do not give your young puppy or untrained adult the unsupervised run of the house. The best way to housebreak a dog is to supervise his freedom because dogs learn best by instant feedback on their actions. When you can’t watch him, he should be confined in a crate or put in a safe area outside such as a fenced yard or pen, or at least on a chain. For more help with housebreaking, sign up for our beginners classes or private lessons today.

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