Annie Phenix writes this weeks blog which is all about using treats to train your dog! As a certified professional dog trainer, she lists out all the benefits for using treats as a vital aspect when training your dog!!.Read More Why Use Food to Train your Dog?
When we got Sandy we were overwhelmed with all the information about training a puppy and everything that was involved in taking care of them.Read More Bringing home a new puppy
The team at K9Connectables are delighted to launch our new blog series! Being 100% committed dog lovers we want to spread the good word about the benefits of dog ownership and have teamed up with professional dog trainers and behavior experts to bring you tips and tricks to get the most out of your relationship with your dog!Read More Which dog is right for you?
Michael Nichols is a dog trainer with over thirty years experience. He writes this weeks blog post which is all about how to teach your dog to not jump on people. From identifying the situation to managing your dogs behaviour, Michael includes all the useful information to help you solve the problem!.Read More Preventing or Solving the Jumping Up Problem
Jill Breitner is a dog trainer and has spent over 40 years training dogs and developing the relationship between people and dogs. In this weeks blog, Jill writes about the importance of communicating effectively with your dog.Read More Building Positive Relationships with Dogs Begins with Reading Their Body Language
Our fifth blog post in the series is written by Marta Young a pet trainer with Barking up the Right Tree, she explains how to train your dog to recognize his/her name. From using tasty treats and the right tone Marta gives you all the tips and tricks so your dog will recognize their name in no time!!Read More Name Recognition
Dogs finally got what they always dreamt of; humans spending far more time at home. But getting what you want in life often comes with unforeseen consequences. Dogs tend to do best in stable, predictable, environments. But just as Covid-19 impacted human lives, it has also affected the lives of many dogs and may, in some cases, have long-lasting effects on a dog’s future ability to cope in a human world.