Category Archives for Dog Obedience

Furry Friends

Featured Furry Friends Here are a few of our furry friends that have either gone through our famous 2 week Board and Train program, or who are currently with one of our awesome trainers! Happy New Year from Betty! Betty is a 1.5-year-old Red Heeler and Jack Russell mix. Check out her amazing progress here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Oq8z19_hEk&feature=youtu.be […]

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Dogs of December

Featured Dogs of December December 1, 2019 Here’s 1.5-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback, Sarge, rocking the “place” command! Fun fact: the “place” command helps your dog build the confidence they need to conquer the outside world. December 2, 2019 Here’s 5-months-old, Beto practicing the “down” command.  The “down” command is useful in your dog’s everyday life. This command […]

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Dogs of the Summer

Featured Dogs of the Summer Here are a few dogs that have been through our famous 2 week Board and Train program! Follow up and see how well they did! Mowgli is a 9.5 Cockapoo who liked to pull his owner while walking on leash! He also came to us to learn basic commands. Check […]

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Tips on Protecting your Dog this Winter

It’s Snow Time The bitter winter months are here. We love our dogs like family, so they should be treated as such. If you can’t bring your dog inside, here are some tips on keeping them safe outside. Shelter Shelter is probably one of the most important factors. You wouldn’t want to sleep on the […]

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Tips on What to Feed your Dog

Did you know dogs can get sick from the foods they eat? Like humans, dogs should eat all natural ingredients to perform at their best. Foods that are NOT good include: chocolate, grapes, raisins, garlic, cinnamon, avocados, onions, alcohol, and macadamia nuts. Foods that are good: fully cooked eggs, peanut butter, honey, fully cooked brown […]

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Tips for Traveling With Your Dog

Holiday season is upon us which means many families will be traveling. Whether you’re taking your dog or boarding, being well prepared is key! First things first, is your dog healthy? You want to schedule a visit with your vet to make sure your dog is fit and healthy enough to embark on the journey! […]

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