Dogs : All Dog Training Resources

Teaching your dog to respond to basic cues such as “sit” and “down” is easy, fun and gives fast results....Read More
Why this is useful for your dog to know: Guarding resources (food, toys, locations, etc.) is a common and natural behavior in many dogs....Read More
Why this cue is useful for your dog to know: Teaching a dog to pay attention (i.e., give you eye contact) when you say his name can be convenient and very ...Read More
Why this cue is useful for your dog to know: You can ask your dog to sit whenever he is doing something rude, such as jumping up on you or counter surfing....Read More
Note: Although advances in behavior science* have led to the debunking of using words such as “submissive” and “dominant” to describe a dog’s personality or emotional state...Read More
“Shy” is a word that many people use to describe dogs and cats who are fearful....Read More
Dogs are naturally social animals, but that doesn’t mean they all have the necessary social skills to meet each other politely....Read More
This toolkit offers information on how to rehabilitate an under-socialized dog from a puppy mill or hoarding situation, with information about working with dogs using gentl...Read More
This resource helps with adopted puppy mill rescue dogs, including advice on crate- and house-training, socialization, separation anxiety, gaining trust and more....Read More
These behavior helplines may provide answers to your questions about your pet’s problem behavior:...Read More