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PetMD Editorial
Jan 30, 2018

By Paula Fitzsimmons Law enforcement agencies have had to find effective ways to defend the public from growing terrorist threats. Enter Vapor Wake Dogs, a class of K-9s trained to detect and deter suicide bombers. The demand for Vapor Wake technology is growing, and with… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 23, 2018

By Diana Bocco Does your dog "hold it" when the weather doesn't cooperate? Many dogs change their bathroom habits when it's snowing or raining particularly hard, or when it's a little too cold for their taste. While this might not seem like a… Read More

Victoria Schade, CPDT-KA
Dec 28, 2017

By Victoria Schade We’ve all been there; you welcome a guest into your home and your dog goes nuts. It’s not easy to curb a jumping habit because jumping up is deeply rewarding for dogs. And many of us accidentally keep the behavior alive by giving our dogs attention when… Read More

Victoria Schade, CPDT-KA
Dec 28, 2017

By Victoria Schade Teaching your dog to come when called can be a lifesaver. But a strong recall also helps keep your relationship with your dog frustration-free. Coming when called is super easy to teach, but takes dedication to get your dog to respond to it no matter what… Read More

Victoria Schade, CPDT-KA
Nov 10, 2017

By Victoria Schade Training your dog is an opportunity to develop a common language, cement your bond, and challenge your dog’s brain in a way that physical exercise alone can’t touch. But many think that dogs in their golden years are beyond training, whether it’s their… Read More

Victoria Schade, CPDT-KA
Jul 10, 2017

By Victoria Schade The first thing most pet parents teach their dogs is the very important “sit” cue, but there are a few other obedience lessons that are equally important to master. These basic cues help dogs improve their impulse control, teach them good manners, and in… Read More