Bully sticks are excellent chew toys for dogs. But what are they made of? Well, if you must know…
Monthly Archives For December 2012
When it’s cold outside, I didn’t want to stand on the curb for a half hour while my dog weighs the pros and cons of peeing. So, I taught him to be on command.
The New Zealand SPCA is training rescued dogs to drive. These aren’t Photoshopped shots or genius dogs. It’s just a cool application of smart positive reinforcement training. Here’s how it was done.
Dog training is all about molding behaviors, and behavior is something that all animals have in common. Here are some ways to use science-based, force-free animal training methods to get better behavior from humans as well as dogs.
Katie Couric has a new daytime talk show. I was asked to live blog an episode that discussed dog psychics and revealed some great news about a local NY animal shelter.
Two cloned dogs are terrorizing the Upper West Side. Their owner is only the latest entries on a growing list of eccentrics to shelling out for this expensive procedure.
Humans have DNA tests and Maury. Less complex mammals, like lemurs, have evolved other ways to combat this potential breeding snafu.
As a dog trainer, my criteria for dog treats are high. Here are some of my favorite non-crumbly, easily handled, highly irresistible canine comestibles.
The key to a happy dog is slicing some tubers and baking them at a low temperature for many, many hours.