Training Tuesday Blog

Halloween Safely

Tomorrow is the BIG day.... even BIGGER if you have littles in your home!! Just imagine what your dog will think of all the crazy makeup, scary masks, and odd clothing. Before I get started, I have to mention (squirrel) that I have been working hard on a whole new online project just for YOU. Make sure to click on the link at the bottom of the post so you can be "in the know" moving forward. Ok, the squirrel has run off, and now let's chat about Halloween!! As responsible owners, it is our job to minimize the crazy and keep our pooches as calm and non-affected as possible. This can be a hard task depending on your dog, where you live, if you have kids, your having a party, ect. So what c

Using Essential Oils for Fear Issues

TRAINING TUESDAY!! I have been seeing an increased number of dogs with reactivity issues of of late, and most of these problems stem from fear. Now we could argue what the cause of that fear is, and yes, there are many reasons out there. I am going to share the most common that I see. Lack of Socialization is on the top of my list. The socialization window for puppies is pre 5.5 months of age. It is imperative that during this time puppies are properly socialized in a controlled setting with appropriate dogs. Also that they are introduced to as many diverse people as possible. At the pre 5.5 month stage of life puppies are little sponges, they soak up their environment and for the most

Top 4 Travel Tips with Dogs

Your about to hit the road with your best four legged friend, here are the top 4 things to remember to take with you. 1. WATER, sounds simple enough, but water can wreak havoc on your pups tummy pending the source. Whether you are on city water, well water, or have a bottle service, plan on traveling with water from your main source. The last thing you want when you are out and about is a pup that has dietary upset. 2. FOOD, another no would think, but even I have misjudged the amount of food to travel with. Plus, if you are like me and don’t feed kibble, being prepared can be the difference between you pup have in a meal or going without. I normally feed a prey model diet,

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