When we are getting just little bits of rewards only very occasionally, we can put up with crappy relationships for a very long time. This is a dog training principle at work. Here is how to train your boyfriend like the dog he is.
Monthly Archives For February 2013
I recently lost a puppy friend in a horrible accident on a city street. In Alex’s honor, here are some tips on keeping dogs safe in busy urban settings.
Using a dog trainer’s “classical conditioning” approach, men can be manipulated to do great things, just like their furry best friends.
A dog’s past is a chapter, but it’s never the whole story. It’s how we currently manage dogs that determines how any dog interacts with the world.
Do you like dogs? Do you like standing around? School For The Dogs needs volunteers to act as decoy strangers for our doggie clients who working on overcoming their fears. Males who can pull off…
When we say “But my dog knows this when we’re at home, he’s just being stubborn,” we’re simply not allowing time for one of the basic steps of all learning: generalization.
Before handing over your credit card, consider whether your puppy has gotten the early enrichment that leads to less stress later on. Here’s how and why.
When the thermometer dips, a dog’s spirit can suffer as well. Here are some ways to keep a dog warm and engaged during these last months of winter.
My dog hated getting her claws clipped so much that we had to sedate her in order to do it. But I found two magical secrets to training her to like the process: cat food and sandpaper.