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Kai has had a definite decrease in teeth baring and growling over the course of the day. His triggers are tight transitions, dogs playing too rough, dogs approaching me when I am petting him, and, well, just general diva-ness. DEFINITE … Read On ›
Do you want to? Because I am going to upload a one minute session of what my life is like these days. Fair warning, my clicking is a little off because it's damn hard to hold an iPad, click, treat, and watch all of the … Read On ›
Well, I just witnessed a stellar moment. My industrious and dog-loving intern is here and she was doing a vigorous head scratch on a very happy Kai. Not wanting to miss out on the action, Rowan (8 year old BC, Kai is NOT a fan … Read On ›
Training is exhausting. Yesterday Kai was on a mission to make me question the sanity of this. Trying to eat, get work done, have a conversation... well, these are all quite hard with a clicker in one hand and a growling dog getting an almost … Read On ›
One of the most common questions I get from clients is their concern that if they feed their dog when the dog is showing an unwanted behavior, they are rewarding that behavior. So, if the dog is barking at another dog, for example. and they get … Read On ›
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