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7 Tips to Stop Your Cat from Scratching Furniture

One of the problems many cat parents face is getting their kitties to stop scratching everything. If you have a problem with your feline...

Using Positive Reinforcement to Help Reactive Dogs

Reactivity in dogs is a common issue pet parents face. These pups are over-stimulated by sights, sounds, smells, people, and other dogs, usually because...

Keeping Dogs Safe with GPS Fences

You can create a GPS fence with a location tracking collar to help keep an eye on your dog’s whereabouts and get an alert...

How to Teach Your Dog Not to Chew Things She Shouldn’t

Puppies and young dogs love to chew on things — and that can sometimes include your best shoes or the leg of your dining...

Trying to Train a Picky Dog? Offer High-Value Treats!

A new study reveals a link between the value of a reward and a dog’s motivation level, so you might need to use high-value...

Training Tips for Keeping Your Dog off the Couch

Dogs love cuddling with you. However, not all pet parents want their pups on the furniture. A dog on the couch can damage the...

A Quick Guide to Harness Training Your Cat

Walking cats on a harness is becoming increasingly popular. It provides many health benefits to pet parents and their feline friends. However, not all...

Training your dog with toys vs. treats

Not all dogs are food-motivated, which can make treat training ineffective. Here’s how to use toys as training rewards instead. This may be hard...

Training your dog – it’s about more than obedience

Obedience is only a small part of training your dog! Here's how to shape him into a well-rounded pup using science-based positive reinforcement. Dog training...

Why dominance-based dog training isn’t the answer

Many people still believe that dominance-based dog training is the only way to successfully train their canine companion. Here’s why we need to drop...

How to make training fun with tricks and games

Tricks and games can teach your dog what he needs to know, while making training sessions more enjoyable and interesting for both of you. Does...