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WOOF!The Barky Dog Series: Attention or Demand Barking

A series about dog barking, how to stop barking, why dogs bark and much more. One of the most problematic behaviors a dog does naturally is bark. We commonly hear dog owners complain that their dog barks at them all day, barks at other dogs, barks in their crate or barks at the front door. […]

Choosing a new apartment with Fido

The Top 3 Apartment Amenities for Your Furry Friends   This article was brought to you by the apartment experts at 407apartments.com, a local Orlando apartment guide focused on helping renters (and their pets) find an apartment that meets their lifestyle and budget.   If you are a renter beginning your search for a new […]

Pet Training, Management and Care: We Now Know Enough to Stop Shocking our Pets

Pet Training, Management and Care: We Now Know Enough to Stop Shocking our Pets by The Pet Professional Guild A pet repeatedly subjected to aversive stimulation may go into a state of “shut down,” or a global suppression of behavior. This is frequently mistaken for a “trained” pet, as the pet remains subdued and offers few, […]

No Pain, No Force, No Fear – We traded Freedom Harnesses for Prong Collars

We partnered with Bowser College and South Orlando Dog Training as part of the Central Florida Force Free Trainers Network at Paws in the Park at Lake Eola (Downtown Orlando). We spent the day trading Freedom Harnesses for prongs collars, choke chains and shock collars to help relieve the pain and fear from a total […]

Pulling on Leash: Let’s walk together

We all envision a nice leisurely stroll through a shady park when considering getting a dog. How nice will it be to take the dog on walks in the evenings, just like in a movie. Unfortunately, this is not what your 4 legged friend has in mind as a good time. Dog’s love walks, there […]

Gimme the ball!!!

This Corgi cannot contain his excitement for the ball! He even has his own ball dance! MUST HAVE BALL! Posted by RantPets on Thursday, August 6, 2015  

Will work for…nail trim?

What if I told you your dog could jump for joy when you got the nail clippers out? Or sprint their fastest to their dog bed and lay down to wait for you to open the front door? Or do a backflip in mid air? That would be pretty cool, right? Or maybe you’re thinking […]

Shy Dog Tips

Help for the Shy and Fearful Dog Shyness and timidity can develop as a young dog matures. Sometimes the root of the problem is lack of proper introduction to different people, animals, places and things during the prime puppyhood socialization period. Other causes include emotional trauma, physical abuse or simply not getting enough social interaction. […]

Why doesn’t my dog listen to me?

Why doesn’t my dog listen?                                                                  My dog just ignores me! Why doesn’t my dog mind? My dog won’t listen to me! My dog […]

Rainy Day Fun!

Don’t let the rainy days get you or your pup down! Play some of these great indoor rainy day games to keep their minds stimulated. Food Dispensing Toys- Food dispensing toys are invaluable boredom busters. While rubber Kongs are classic toys and can be stuffed with a great variety of treats and tasties, in the […]

Positive training for the everyday dog!