Transformative Dog Training in Salt Lake City, Nashville, and Charleston, SC

Tag - dog walking

20
Jun

How To Walk And Heel Responsibly

I want to talk about driving the car. A few days ago, I was working with a client who was making a small error, an error that plenty of people make and that can be fixed pretty easily. It reminded me of a story from when I was a kid. When I was sixteen years …

22
May

Dog Chewing and the Collateral Effect

Today, I’d like to talk about an experience I had with a client from six or seven years ago. This incident was brought to my memory today because it displays a very important concept. This client was a husband a wife with no kids, and their dog was a big-time chewer. And he chewed expensive …

24
Jan

Staying Together: How to Train For the Yard

In today’s post, I want to give you a few tips for keeping your dog close. Many clients find themselves using these methods in the front yard, when they’re gardening, chatting with neighbors, or working on their car. You want to be outside and you want your dog to be with you, but you don’t …

18
Oct

Walking the Walk: Minimizing Distractions, Maximizing Obedience

A question I get frequently is “How aloud I walk my dog?” I know that sounds silly, but all people are really wondering is whether they should let their dog sniff around and wander or keep their dog next to them the whole time. There is no absolute answer to this question. We handle this …

6
Sep

Meet and Greet: Hitting the Trails Responsibly

In this post I want to talk about how to have your dog greet other dogs and people, whether they’re on- or off-leash. This is a question that I hear a lot from clients here in Utah, who like to go out on the trails. Over the years I’ve developed a formula over the years …

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