When your dog does something you want her to repeat, you offer a reward. You may think of a reward as a tasty treat, a cheerful “Good dog,” or a pat on the head. These are all rewards that work for most dogs, helping to show them you’re happy about what they just did. But rewards can be creative and personal as well. Using a variety of positive outcomes to reward a dog’s behavior will make a dog more attentive and more excited about whatever activity you two are practicing. Plus, using a variety of rewards will prevent a dog from staring at the pocket where you keep his treats or nudging you to pat pat pat. Having many different ways to reward your dog will keep her on her toes and you on yours as well.
Dogs everywhere seem to be afflicted with the zoomies these days. With the arrival of winter’s challenging weather coupled with the spike in COVID cases, many pet parents and their dogs are forced to stay socially distant, spend more time in our homes and cancel travel plans for at least the upcoming winter months.
Dogs come trained in loyalty, unconditional love, and friendship. It’s only the easy stuff that they need to learn. True, teaching all the other stuff can be daunting but all we need is the right advice at the right time. How does the beginning of the year sound? January is National Train Your Dog Month. It’s a time when trainers, dog owners, and canine experts come together to celebrate their love for their furry friends by sharing what they know. The internet and social media become a treasure trove of information, tips, and advice. All due to a movement started by the Association of Pet Dog Trainers many years ago.
Just barely into the New Year, people are hard at work trying to keep their New Year’s resolutions. They’re working out, or making a tighter budget, or maybe creating an online dating profile.
But this January is also National Train Your Dog Month, so make a resolution to learn something new with your four-legged friend.
Help spread the word all throughout the month of January! Here’s what you need to know about National Train Your Dog Month.
January is Walk Your Dog Month and what better way to kick start your New Years Resolutions by getting out in the great outdoors and walking off some of that festive food and drink?
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