Dogs : All Dog Training Resources

Chasing is a natural instinct for a dog, but it is not appropriate behavior in your home when directed toward your cat....Read More
A dog who has good manners and will respond to basic cues such as "sit," "stay" and "come" is much easier to live with and will be much more comfortable in our hectic world...Read More
The ABCs of Living with Dogs is a manual of care and training resources for people who have dogs....Read More
Do you have a dog who hates car rides, or who looks ill at even the mention of a ride in the car?...Read More
Just like people, dogs communicate using body language. Your dog is communicating with his entire body, not just his tail or his voice....Read More
Having a dog with behavior problems can be difficult....Read More
Children can have the most amazing relationships with dogs if both are taught how to properly interact and respect each other....Read More
Many dogs are reactive and will exhibit aggressive behaviors when they are behind a barrier, such as a gate, fence, crate or car window....Read More
Dog aggression is normal canine behavior. In the wild, dogs use aggressive behavior to hunt for food, to defend themselves, and to guard their territory....Read More
Why should I consider crate training my dog? Dogs are hard-wired by their genetic history to be den animals. A den is a small, safe, well-defined space....Read More