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What does a wagging tail mean?

What does a wagging tail mean? Difference between excited dog and happy dog. This is one of the most simple concepts which for some reason dog parents struggle more often than not. What does a wagging tail mean? A wagging tail means simply excitement. And excitement...

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How Do I Get Respect And Trust From My Pup?

The 3 most important things you need to have with your pup is Love, Respect and Trust. If you are reading this or you’ve  worked with me in the past means that you Love your dog and that love is not something to be concerned about. Respect and trust seems to be more...

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Crate Training

What's a crate? A crate is a safety confined small space where your pup should feel safe and relaxed. In nature this would be the same thing as their “Den”. This is where they can crash and feel safe. A Den in nature is small, cosy and usually there's only on entrance...

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The Secret

“Difference between Training/Conditioning and Relationship / Bonding and Communicating” There is a big difference between these two concepts that are usually misunderstood or completely unknown even among some professional dog trainers. 1.-   Training / conditioning ...

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 Separation Anxiety 

Separation anxiety is a fairly common problem in the city. Your dog will become stressed when you leave your house or when your about to leave. The photo above is how my dog is when I leave the house. As you can see he is not very concerned. And that´s how you want...

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Leash Aggression

As I mentioned in one of my previous blog, not mastering the walk with your pup can cause several problems. One of them is Leash Aggression. Let me start by explaining what leash aggression is.  Leash aggression means that your dog gets aggressive when on leash. The...

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The Walk!!

I can´t emphasize enough the importance of the walk. As you can see from my previous blogs you can understand that walking your dog correctly is crucial for a harmonious relationship. Here is the WHY: Did you know that If you master the walk you´ve done 80% of your...

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Leash Communication

Today is all about how to communicate with the leash and how to prevent and fix leash aggression. How you grab and communicate with your pup through the leash is very important. Before you even touch the leash you should be aware and in control of your body and mental...

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The Bonding Effect Of Walking With Your Pup

I make hundreds of visits to people’s homes every year to help them with their dogs. There was one in particular that I will never forget. Although I live in NYC, this time I was in LA, at the Pacific Palisades. Her name was Rochelle and she had three dogs: a German...

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Fearful and Skittish dogs. The NETT rule

A fearful or skittish dog can be heartbreaking. Fear can also lead to aggression or to panic attacks where they can shut down and freeze in terror. If you encounter a  fearful, skittish or extremely insecure dog there are some things you should know in order to help...

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