“Place training,” or teaching your dog to go to a certain spot on cue, or at a certain time, is easy and invaluable.
Shaking hands – offering a polite paw – is one of the most popular and endearing tricks in the dog world. And it’s easy to teach your dog!
Are you wondering how to find a dog trainer? Be aware that no education, experience, certification, or license is required to be a dog trainer.
If you adopt an adult dog, it may be that she arrives in your home with zero experience at living indoors, or a medical problem. Here are tips for potty training an adult dog.
Your dog’s ability to walk next to you on a loose leash can determine whether you enjoy your daily dog walks. Here is how to train your dog to heel.
Unwritten rules—and sometimes written laws—help dictate how to keep you and your dog safe while walking.
How to train your dog to stay in your yard (and how it should not be done)
How to teach your dog to pick up his toys and put them away.
It’s easy to start dog agility training right at home – all you need are a few jumps and the right attitude.
There are lots of bad and even dangerous trainers out there. Here’s how to find a qualified training and behavior professional.
“Spin” is an easy trick to teach your dog – and a fun one to show off!
Fact: Puppies have a developmental need to bite. Here’s a plan for directing and fulfilling that need – with your skin intact!