Doggie Decompression is a way of using restraint or confinement to induce a dog or puppy to settle down and can act as a step towards solving canine separation anxiety.
Dog Training Los Angeles: It’s Your Choice (IYC) is a critical core foundation game because it sets the stage for teaching self-control over all future reinforcers (reinforcers = anything your dog likes or enjoys). It teaches our dogs that all things of value must be earned. The premise of the game is that the “work” is what earns the reward not just the presence of those rewards in the environment.
Dog Trainer Alexandra Bassett demonstrates how to train a dog to walk nicely on a loose leash. Leash manners are taught in incremental steps starting by teaching a dog what leash tension means (leash communication) and where you want them to be while walking on a leash (stationary and moving reinforcement zone).
Dog & Puppy Training Tips: Dogs are social creatures that benefit from being included in family activities. However, if a dog is afraid of fireworks, Independence Day can be a terrifying experience for them. To ensure the 4th of July doesn't turn into a traumatic experience for both you and your dog, it's important to have a plan for keeping your dog safe and comfortable when the fireworks go off. Here are some tips from a Los Angeles dog trainer on how to get your dog or puppy ready for Independence Day.
Puppy training is absolutely necessary if you plan to adopt a Doodle breed. Because of their intelligence, all Doodle puppies require consistent training throughout their first year and benefit from ongoing dog obedience training. Plus, training is the best way to strengthen your relationship with your dog!
Taking your dog to a dog park in Los Angeles can be a bit of a mixed bag experience. To ensure you have the best time possible, it's a good idea to do a little dog training beforehand such as teaching your dog to come when called and to know the do's and don'ts for keeping your dog safe at the dog park.
Does your dog take you for a walk instead of the opposite? Perhaps pulling so hard that their breathing is impeded in the process? Do you dread going for a walk, as a result, not only because you don’t want to be pulled all over the place, but because it seems to be causing undue strain for your dog, as well?