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How to Help Your Dog Now

Due to the unprecedented crisis of COVID-19 people are quarantined at home. Thankfully, many of us have dogs to help make our days a little […]

Puppy Parenting Frustrations

In the over 30 years we have been training dogs in New York, we have seen a dramatic increase in the percentage of people who […]

The Honeymoon Period with a New

We have all heard the term ‘The Honeymoon Period’ used to describe the first, happy months of a relationship. Everyone is on their best behavior […]

Spot the Difference: Front Clip Versus

Teaching a dog to walk nicely on leash is, in theory anyway, a fairly easy task. It comes down to teaching the dog to enjoy […]

How to Become a Professional Dog

I named the voice in my car’s GPS system Martin. I thought it was a suitably proper, British name for a voice that sounds remarkably […]

Dogs and Doorway Etiquette

Politeness matters in all manner of daily life. Considering that we walk through doorways with our dogs many times each day, this is a location […]

Does Your Dog Think It’s Name

I usually begin classes and private lessons with an introduction to the many benefits of taking a positive, dog friendly approach to teaching. I am […]

Terrier Telephone Terror

Marta from Long Island sent me an email today asking how to stop her five year old West Highland White Terrier from sabotaging her social […]

How to Introduce Your Dog to

Teaching your dog to rest calmly in a crate for short periods of time is a valuable skill for many reasons: As an aid for […]

Dog Crate Safety Tips

The usefulness of a crate to help your dog learn to be mannerly (and eventually enjoy as much freedom as is safe and reasonable) knows […]