Monthly Archives: October 2009

The More You Know The Better You Get

I had a great time in Maine this past weekend offering presentations on living and working with fearful dogs. What was clear to me when I spoke to people was that the more you understand about the fundamentals of dog training, the better you'll be at helping your scared dog. One of the common mistakes that people make with their dogs is assuming that their [...]

By |2009-10-16T12:18:52-04:00October 16th, 2009|3 Comments

It’s Not Just The Dog That Feels Better

Lasts weekend in both shy dog agility class and a Control Unleashed-based class for reactive dogs there were owners returning for a second set of classes with their dogs. Not only was the improvement in the dogs apparent, their owners were looking fabulous as well. Anyone who finds themselves with a challenging dog will appreciate how simple activities can require special pre-planning and are often [...]

By |2009-10-01T14:40:47-04:00October 1st, 2009|4 Comments