Today Kim & Laura talk about how to respond to the question "Is your dog friendly?" and all the possibilities that come along with that. Just because your dog might be friendly to people/dogs he knows well doesn't mean he's friendly to everyone.
Kim & Laura discuss some myths about dog behavior and training. Find out how some of these ideas came about and whether or not they are true. Feel free to contact us with ideas you've heard of and maybe we can tell you if they are fact or indeed a myth. #dogmyths #dogbehaviormyths
Kim & Laura discuss the benefits of why toys should be allowed in puppy classes, why a very popular training method out there doesn't allow toys, and the disadvantages of not allowing them. #toysinpuppyclass, #doggiedishradio,
Laura & Kim discuss how teaching impulse control makes all training better. A dog with impulse control will seem like a better behaved dog than one without, no matter how much training the one without has had.
“Dealing with Oh No! Situations” In today's show Kim & Laura talk about what to do when the unexpected happens. We've all been through it. You're out with your dog and a loose dog comes running up on you, what's the best way to handle that and keep your dog safe?
Today Laura & Kim discuss how to get your dog to play. Play skills are so important in interacting with your dog. If your dog likes toys and will play with you then that's just another tool in your training toolbox.
This is part 2 of our interview with movie & television trainer Mathilde DeCagny. Mathilde is known for her great work with Moose, who played Eddie on t.v.'s Frasier, as well as movies like Marley & Me, My Dog Skip, Hotel for Dog, Steel Magnolias, and many, many others.
This is part 1 of a 2 part interview with movie & television trainer Mathilde DeCagny. Mathilde is known for her great work with Moose, who played Eddie on t.v.'s Frasier, as well as movies like Marley & Me, My Dog Skip, Hotel for Dog, Steel Magnolias, and many, many others.
Kim & Laura discuss why little dogs tend to be snarky with larger dogs and why it's not okay for them to do so. Why is it that we accept bad behaviors from small dogs that wouldn't be okay with a larger dog? Food for thought.