Prey Drive Explained

Prey drive and predatory aggression in dogs Prey drive is one of the most misunderstood components in the dog training world so let’s define a few terms. 1:

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Back When Dogs Had Jobs

The traits that once served our dogs now haunt them Each day as I work with reactive and aggressive dogs, I see the direct link between dog breeds

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Getting A Puppy Too Young

Getting a puppy too young. When taking home a puppy there’s one thing that you can do that will almost ensure that your dog will have behavioral problems

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Alone At The Vet

Covid-19 has changed many things in our society and from the perspective of a dog trainer, one of the biggest things that have changed in the lives of

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Goldens And Doodles

Golden retrievers and doodles suffering from reactivity and aggression issues. As a dog trainer who specializes in working with reactive and aggressive dogs, I see golden retrievers and

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Some Doggies Are Not Social Butterfly’s

—Some dogs don’t love being around other dogs and that’s ok.— Likely the most difficult part of my job as a dog trainer is centered around getting some

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Training Older Dogs With Issues

Does age matter when training a dog with behavioral problems? Age does affect how the training process will look but it doesn’t mean that if you have an

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You Want To Have A Baby But Your Dog Is Nuts

You Want A Baby But Your Dog Is Nuts Six days a week we have dog owners come in asking for help with their dogs. Many of them

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Dopamine Addicts

If you have a pit or staffie who has problems, this blog post is for you. Every day I have dog owners contact me with “Pit-esque” dogs who

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Why so many German Shepherds are leash reactive

IN YEARS GONE BY, dogs always had a job; Protection, pulling, herding and hunting were the reasons why dogs woke in the morning. In recent times, not so

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