The HOLE Problem: Stop Digging at the Root

  Digging. This oh-so-popular and famously frustrating dog behavior might be the bane of your gardening existence, but rest assured, like most troublesome dog behaviors, unwelcome digging can be resolved. In this article we’ll cover what to do, not to do, and why. So that you can treat the problem from the root. Ahh… so[…]

CGC Testing – What It Is & Why We Do It

The American Kennel Club began their Canine Good Citizen program in 1989 as a way to reward dogs who have proven good manners at home and in their communities. Since then, it has become the golden standard for all obedience courses. The Canine Good Citizen test, or CGC, contains 10 subjects that will simulate different day to[…]

Dog Park Tips for Owners

Imagine this – It is a beautiful Saturday morning. The sun is cascading over the grass as a light breeze dances though the trees. You and your pup are looking for a fun, outdoor activity to share together. For some, this scenario screams “TIME FOR THE DOG PARK!” For others, not so much. Depending on who you[…]

Pit Bull Awareness Day Fun

Thanks again to everyone who came out to see us at Pit Bull Awareness Day 2013!  The event was a total success and we felt the love as swarms of people visited our booth throughout the day.  A few photo highlights of the day are shared below.  To see more visit our album here.    […]

Should I Let My Dog on the Furniture?

Furniture: To dog or not to dog?  That is the question.   It’s a common misconception that allowing dogs on the furniture will “ruin” their temperament.   There is no magic respect switch that is flipped in a dog’s brain when they are not allowed on the furniture, and we’ve seen thousands of dogs maintain[…]