Welcome to our award winning Dog Blog with Free Tips on training and interesting advice with cute dog pics every week. Learn about all topics dog related, from training and behavior advice to fun facts about dogs. The Pooch Coach also shares her clients’ stories with you, which she hopes will inspire you to work with your dog to help them become the best dog they can be.
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How Service Dogs Help with Epileptic Seizures By guest blogger Katia Hage How Service Dogs Help with Epileptic Seizures Receiving a prediction of a future event or imminent danger is invaluable. We rely on the weather forecast to know whether a rainstorm is coming. A hurricane warning
IRRESPONSIBLE, DANGEROUS, AND INCORRECT CONCLUSION TO DOG MAULING CASE (Here is the original post about the violent, life-threatening dog attack on Musik, FYI: Surviving a Dog Mauling) We received the Vicious and Dangerous Dog (VDD) hearing report several days ago. The court’s conclusion was
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DOG TO NOT RUN INTO THE STREET Did you know that over 1.2 million dogs are hit by cars in the US every year? Here’s how to make sure your dog doesn’t become a statistic. Have you ever worried about your
MY PARENTS SAY “WE HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING” Dave recently relocated to the SF Bay Area with his adoptive parents. He started to exhibit some leash reactivity towards other dogs. Being caring and conscientious dog parents, they have tried avoiding other dogs, treating Dave when he
TEACHING A DOG TO SWIM Can all dogs swim? Some dogs are born to be in the water, and will jump in and swim at their first chance. Other dogs can be taught to swim. Some never learn. If you’re going to be near water, it’s important