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How To Train A Dog To Walk Nicely On A Leash

How To Train A Dog To Walk Nicely On A Leash

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).

How To Prepare Your Dog Or Puppy For The 4th

How To Prepare Your Dog Or Puppy For The 4th

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.

How To Train A Dog NOT To Do Something

How To Train A Dog NOT To Do Something

Understanding how consequences affect your dog is all you need to know to train your dog like an expert dog trainer. So how do you correct a dog using positive reinforcement dog training methods? Find that out and more on the Dog Savvy Los Angeles dog training blog ...

 

 

Dog Park Etiquette: Do's & Don'ts

Dog Park Etiquette: Do's & Don'ts

Dogs were built to roam and, more than anything, love running around free. Dog parks, therefore, can be a great way to grant your lovable furball some much-desired freedom where they can blow off some steam. Here are some ways to ensure the dog park always remains a positive experience. 

How To Train A Dog To Fetch

How To Train A Dog To Fetch

Teaching your dog or puppy games can be a wonderful way to bond with them while giving them a healthy outlet for their energy. You may have discovered, however, that your canine companion doesn't want to give up the toy or ball they've "caught" after you've thrown it.