Category: Dog Training & Tips

Clicker Training Tips

 Communication and the Clicker I have seen and read multiple articles discussing the topic of communicating with dogs. Some of these articles are wonderfully informative about canine body language, others promote the newest technology designed to let you know what your dog is thinking. I do not think we will ever be able to read our dog’s minds…
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March 10, 2015 0
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Puppy Training In Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Part 1

 To Take a Puppy Class or Not Take a Puppy Class…That Is The Question…Part 1 Karen Abell B.S. I have trained dogs for many, many years and it never seems to amaze me how many people in our area of Northern Kentucky and the Cincinnati area still feel that puppy classes are really not that important. I…
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March 9, 2015 0

Force-Free Dog Training: Take the “Positively Pledge”

Force-Free Dog Training: Take the “Positively Pledge” Previously we posted a blog about a December, 2013 study by the Animal Legal Defense Fund who published a list of the worst and best states for animal abuse. Unfortunately, Kentucky came in dead last, as the worst state for animal abuse; the rankings were determined by examining the legislation at the…
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February 19, 2015 0

Dog Training for Mental Health: Enriched Environments

The Big Difference in a Small Change of Scenery  When it comes to keeping your dog happy and healthy most parents recognize and care for their dog’s physical needs including feeding and exercising your dog properly. However, we often neglect the importance of our dog’s mental health when we focus so much on exercise. In an earlier blog we…
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February 12, 2015 0

Dog Training Tips: Accepting Your Dog’s Limitations

How to Be a Better Dog Trainer & Dog Parent by Accepting Your Dog’s Limitations Gabby Jimenez, B.A. I recently returned from a trip to Portland, Oregon. My trip was a combination of education and fun; I attended the Clicker Expo a dog training conference in addition to visiting with some family in the area.…
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February 3, 2015 0

Walking My Fear Reactive Dog

Walking My Fear Reactive Dog Gabby Jimenez Are you constantly on the lookout when you are outside with your dog? Do you frequently walk your dog before the crack of dawn or late in the dark of night? Then you are probably the parent of a fearful dog. These are just some of the steps…
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January 16, 2015 0

Winter Dog Training Tips

Staying Sane with Your Dog in the Winter This winter has already proven to be a cold one, but we haven’t even seen the worst of it yet. The snow is coming and we all know what that means, our two legged and four legged children all cooped up with nowhere to go. Less exercise…
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January 15, 2015 0
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I Kicked My Own Dog out of Class

Not long ago, I was in the same position as all other puppy parents in the world. I adopted an American Pit Bull Terrier and Bullmastiff mix from a rescue and had my pick of two puppies. I decided to let my nine-year-old Golden Retriever rescue, Lucy, decide which puppy was a better fit for…
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June 23, 2014 0

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For all private training for behavior issues we recommend:
Dr. Lisa White of Veterinary Behavior Management Solutions


For all basic manners training and group classes, we recommend:
Training Tracks Canine Learning Station