Those of us who work with aggressive dogs often ask our clients about their dog’s physical health.  Have they been to the vet?  Are they showing any signs of illness or pain, perhaps, stiffness in the joints?  This is because, physical discomfort often causes aggressive behavior in dogs.  I’ve always thought about it like this:  …

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A simple framework to explain your pet’s behavior: Image courtesy of Tina Philips at FreeDigitalPhotos.net “Why does she do that?” is a very common question for dog trainers. In fact, I get this question at least a couple times a week, often from people I’ve just met who want to understand a myriad of doggie …

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My Lola is a big dog.  I mean, she’s not a Great Dane, but she’s a large and imposing 70 lbs of muscle and fur.  She’s also got some minor medical issues.  Which means that she’s an expensive dog.  We easily spend $300 per month on food and medications and supplements for our giant love bug, …

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Posted on: February 19, 2016
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Halloween is one of my favorite holidays!  I kind of love it.  The costumes, the candy, the leaves, the parties, the decorations, the movies.  I’m into it all.  But I’m not a dog!  I’m a human, with the intellectual capacity to recognize that people dressed in strangely shaped costumes are still just humans. The other …

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Posted on: October 27, 2015
Categories: Safety Seasonal

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