Monthly Archives: June 2019

If Your Dog Is Afraid of Fireworks, See Your Vet Now

Every year I post an article about last-minute things you can do to help your dog who is afraid of fireworks. We are coming up on Canada Day and U.S. Independence Day, and that means bangs and booms. Over the … Continue reading

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Posted in Dogs and sound, Fear, Sound sensitivity | Tagged | 6 Comments

Teaching Your Dog to Self-Interrupt

Here is something I taught with positive reinforcement that enhances Clara’s life and mine. I’ve taught her to respond positively to being interrupted, and even to interrupt herself. This trained behavior helps us get along smoothly from day to day, … Continue reading

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Posted in Desensitization and Counterconditioning, Dog Training | Tagged , , , , | 12 Comments

Edit Yourself: A New Writing Course for Dog Professionals

If you are a professional dog trainer, you probably have to write a lot. If you have a small business, hiring a copyeditor every time you put out a document is not feasible. But my new course provides a practical … Continue reading

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