Methodology from the Pooch Coach

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METHODOLOGY FROM THE POOCH COACH Juno is still a puppy and is recovering from major front paw surgery. It’s hard to keep her occupied and off her feet!   The importance of training really comes into play when your dog is recovering. Being able to make sure

Dog Aggression Tips


DOG AGGRESSION TIPS Louise came to The Pooch Coach because her mother was told by Louise’s veterinarian that she could not have her back in the office to get spayed until she got some training to get over her excessive dog aggression.   Watch this video to

Fear and Aggression

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FEAR AND AGGRESSION   TEENY DOG ALERT! Tasha the long haired Chihuahua puppy is the smallest dog I’ve worked with in a long time. She is just over one pound… (she’s mostly fur). That’s smaller than a guinea pig!   One of my main goals in training

Dog Training

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DOG TRAINING Dog training should be practical. Here’s a reason why “stay” is such an important command. Look how my dog just waits patiently while her foot soaks.   People need dog training that helps in real life situations. We help you train and rehabilitate your dog

Dog Communication

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DOG COMMUNICATION   Meet Diego & Charlotte…A wonderful success story.   Diego is 15 yrs old and was recently diagnosed with cancer. Charlotte is newly rescued 5-6 yr old Muttville Senior Dog Rescue dog.   Muttville asked The Pooch Coach to step in because things weren’t working

Healing from Injuries

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HEALING FROM INJURIES Ghost is a 2 year old Siberian Husky who was just rescued from The Bay Area Siberian Husky Rescue Referral. She was wandering the streets and got hit by a car. (Seems to be a theme this week… See yesterday’s post on how to

Levels of Dog Training

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LEVELS OF DOG TRAINING How smart is your dog? All dogs are capable of learning basic commands and even some tricks. Some dogs/breeds excel more at certain tasks, such as fetching, jumping, digging, scent work or herding.   Find out what level your dog has reached in his

The Command Sit

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THE COMMAND SIT   Now THAT’S a good dog!   Chillin’ in the Mission…   Here’s how to teach your dog or puppy to sit.