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The Good Dog’s Q and A Saturday: Episode #15 (Answers for 1/17/15)

Posted on January 31st, by sean in Videos. No Comments

Hey gang, Q and A Saturday is finally here! It took us an extra week for this one due to



The Good Dog’s Q and A Saturday episode #14 (answers for 1/10/15)

Posted on January 19th, by sean in Videos. No Comments

Hey gang, here’s the latest and greatest Q and A Saturday!! (Sorry it’s a few days late!) In this episode



Bentley’s Good Dog Makeover!

Posted on January 16th, by sean in Videos. No Comments

Hey gang, here’s the kind of heartwarming rescue story we all love hearing about. Bentley is a young pit mix



The dog owner’s survival guide.

Posted on January 16th, by sean in Training Tips. No Comments

Hey guys, here’s a super simple, easy to follow, non-overwhelming little survival guide for those of you looking to improve your dog’s behavior and your life and enjoyment together.

If you’ll do just these three simple things, thresholds, the walk, and place command, you’ll massively improve your dog’s behavior. Seriously!

http://youtu.be/_-w28C2g68M (Thresholds)

http://youtu.be/OTiKVc4ZZWo (The Walk)

http://youtu.be/6nxKaTYQFJI (this video shows some deeper pointers on the walk and introducing the prong collar)

http://youtu.be/omg5DVPWIWo (Place Command)


The Good Dog’s Q and A Saturday: Episode #13 (Answers for 1/3/15)

Posted on January 11th, by sean in Videos. No Comments

Hey gang! Yep, we’re working overtime here to get all these questions out to you! I know we just released



The Good Dog’s Q and A Saturday: Episode #12 (Answers for 12/27/14)

Posted on January 10th, by sean in Videos. No Comments

Hey gang, here it finally is!! The much delayed and much anticipated Q and A Saturday from almost two weeks



If you don’t ask for your dog’s best, don’t be surprised if he gives you his worst.

Posted on January 2nd, by sean in Training Tips. No Comments

I see soooo many people allowing their dogs to pull them around on-leash, drag them to trees, charge out the door, jump on people, bark at windows, running away when called etc. Most of these things just seem like typical nutty dog behavior, but over and over I see these dogs eventually get themselves into trouble. Sometimes serious trouble.

The pulling dog becomes reactive. The tree dragged becomes more demanding in the house. The door charger runs out and bites the mailman/FedEx guy. The jumping dog eventually knocks over someone and injured them. The barking at windows guy bites a dog or person who comes into the house. The runner eventually either runs away and gets lost,mor worse yet gets hit by a car.

I hate to be a negative Nancy here, but I just wanted to point out that many of these … Read More »