What to do if your dog gets attacked

By |2021-01-18T05:42:25+00:00April 25th, 2020|aggressive dogs, boise dog training, Chattanooga Dog Training, Dog, dog attack, dog attacks, dog fight, dog training, Dogs, Puppy, Spokane Dog Training|

One of our clients' dogs just got attacked by a loose dog in the neighborhood while they were out for a bike ride. The dog was 90+ pounds and the attack lasted several minutes. This is such a scary situation, and it's one you hope never happens to you, but it does happen. Fortunately, her dog has a great foundation from [...]

Frequently Asked Questions: Board & Train

By |2021-01-18T05:53:53+00:00April 22nd, 2020|Boise board and train, boise dog training, Chattanooga board and train, Chattanooga Dog Training, dog training, Spokane board and train, Spokane Dog Training|

We get a lot of questions about our board & train program. We love that owners care enough to ask questions and get information! There are a lot of trainers who do a terrible job with board & train. We've heard horror stories! Finding a quality trainer who uses true balanced methods and will take good care of your dog in [...]

Five Christmas Gifts for Dogs

By |2019-12-02T23:47:08+00:00December 2nd, 2019|boise dog training, Chattanooga Dog Training, christmas presents for dogs, Dog, Dog gift ideas, dog training, gifts for dogs, Puppy|

Christmas is just around the corner! It's time to start shopping for presents to put under the tree. If you're like me, you may struggle with coming up with just the right gift, so this blog takes the guesswork out of picking out the best presents for your dog! Whenever I'm shopping for my dogs or friends' dogs, I always look [...]

How to Become a Dog Trainer

By |2019-06-04T17:56:08+00:00June 4th, 2019|Chattanooga Dog Training, dog trainer schools, dog training, Dogs, Pet Training, Spokane Dog Training|

Dog training is a fast-growing career field, and for good reason. More than ever, pets are becoming kids for people, and as Earth’s population grows, there are more dogs than ever. In 2012, 36.5% of US households owned a dog totaling 69,920,000 dogs. By 2015, those numbers jumped to 44% and 78,000,000. There is a huge need for good, experienced dog [...]

Training a dog that’s not food motivated

By |2019-05-23T01:07:00+00:00June 1st, 2018|Chattanooga Dog Training, Dog, dog training, Dogs, Pet Training, Puppies, Puppy, Puppy Training, Spokane Dog Training|

Hey guys! One of the questions we get asked a lot is "How do we train dogs that aren’t food motivated?" Dogs who are fed on a regular schedule or who have 24/7 access to food in a bowl tend to be unwilling to work for food. They're thinking, "Why work for something I get for free?" But just because a [...]

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