PRO K-9 classes are returning, with a few changes.
This time of year often means a lot of change in schedules, routines and activities—the days are getting shorter and the weather colder. Your 4-legged family members experience these changes right along with you. The dog trainers at PRO K-9 give some tips to help your pooch stay sane.
A dedicated group of people with a heart for dogs, they'll be hosting classes in our upstairs training room starting this month.
It is with a heavy heart we bid adieu to Julia Levitt Dog Training here at A2AH. Julia will however, continue to offer her in-home boarding and training services.
Sadie continues to improve, though some problems persist. Plus, observations based on our experience for those looking to adopt a pup.
Sadie continues her training and has her final puppy class, but continues to struggle with housebreaking and other behavioral issues.
We continue to struggle with housebreaking and behavior issues. However, Sadie has responded exceptionally well to training and we are excited to work with her on this.
Training's for the dogs, right? We have enrolled Sadie in puppy training and this has been incredibly helpful! Included are videos of things we've learned and an update on how we (and Sadie) are acclimating to this new life.
With summer comes not only the positives of getting outside and enjoying the warm weather but the concern about thunderstorms and other loud events.
by Julia Levitt of In-Harmony Dog Training My friend just e-mailed me to let me know that, yes, January 20th is National Penguin Awareness Day. Followed up the next day with National Squirrel Awareness Day. But what is important to us is that January is National Dog Training Month. Now, January seems like a strange