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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.
Never give up hope! Whether it’s a slight inconvenience or annoyance, or a scary, huge issue, you can always get help for your pup. Check out some of the great success stories, get some tips, and then give us a call if you’d like to join the pack!
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In August of 2016, Thoroughly Reviewed named The Pooch Coach Dog Blog with Free Tips one of the top 50 dog blogs in the world! In September of 2016, Feedspot awarded us as one of the “top 100 dog blogs on the planet”! In November of 2017, we were honored with another award for Top 50 dog training blogs in the world by Mr Kortings Code. In january, 2018, we got ranked on of the top dog blogs by Top Ranked Blogs.
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March News & Tips
Hello! Welcome to our March Newsletter. Have you been to an SFDC Meetup yet? People are really enjoying this easy and fun way to learn and practice training tips, meet other dog owners, and have a great time playing with their dogs.
NO BEG AT TABLE “I hate when my dog stares at me while I’m eating” is one of the common complaints I get from my clients. So, this is what I tell them to do to teach their dog “no beg”: 1. When you’re eating, decide if you want
DOG MASSAGE Kompis has been a bit stiff lately. She sometimes has trouble getting up, walks slowly uphill on some days, and has trouble going up stairs. I decided it was time to get her some bodywork. At first she was skeptical. She’s had vets make
TOO MUCH DOG Sometimes people get dogs who turn out to be too much dog to handle… especially when they are large, strong breeds. Sadly, Capone is one of these dogs. At a about 1 year old and over 100lbs, his human father had surgery and could
SIT MEANS SIT Do you find you need to repeat commands a few times before your dog listens? Or use a hand motion? Or show him you have a treat? That means that he really isn’t listening to you You need to teach him that sit means sit!
Reliable Recall Reliable Recall Durant’s next lesson included the first steps to reliable recall. It’s so important to train your dog to come on command. It is probably THE most important, life saving command! Dogs not only need to learn to come to you whenever you call, but even to
February News & Tips
Hello! Welcome to our February Newsletter. We hope you enjoy it. Have you been to an SFDC Meetup yet? People are really enjoying this easy and fun way to learn and practice training tips, meet other dog owners, and have a great time playing with their dogs.
DOG REACTION TO DOORBELLS Deacon came back for some more training. He’s doing great! One of the things his parents wanted help with was his dog reaction to doorbells. As with many dogs, Deacon gets overly excited when he hears the bell ring. So, we’re already off