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Victoria Schade, CPDT-KA
Apr 19, 2019

Many pet parents don’t recognize that encountering a vacuum for the first time can be a traumatic experience for dogs. Canine reactions to vacuums can range from entering attack-mode to running away in fear. Since vacuums are a necessary evil, the best way to help your dog… Read More

Victoria Schade, CPDT-KA
Apr 19, 2019

Your senior dog might be less willing to get off the couch than before, but he still needs new experiences to enrich his daily life and keep his brain active. The latest way to connect with dogs of any age is through touch screen games, and since app games for dogs don’t… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Apr 09, 2019

One of the first tasks for any new puppy owner is puppy house-training. Along with regular training and basic dog socialization, puppy house-training helps set puppies up to become upright canine citizens. No one wants their puppy having accidents in their house, so it is… Read More

Victoria Schade, CPDT-KA
Mar 18, 2019

Picture a behavior that you’d like to teach your dog, but have no idea how to go about it. Maybe it’s getting him to go to his bed or crate when you ask, or maybe it’s something cute, like ringing a dinner bell. If you are confused about where to begin, there’s a training… Read More

Victoria Schade, CPDT-KA
Mar 18, 2019

The fuzzy end of the leash is faced with a long list of do’s and don’ts during their daily walks, but we often forget that our behavior can also impact what happens during our strolls. You might have a few dozen things you wish your dog would or wouldn’t do during a walk,… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Mar 12, 2019

You have just brought home a puppy, and your new four-legged friend is running around like an excited furry maniac. Will this energy level last forever? Can your puppy stay calm long enough for you to train and bond with your new puppy? This quick-and-easy puppy training… Read More