Choosing a Boarding and Training Program

Choosing a Boarding and Training Program
22 Aug

In light of recent events in the dog training industry (namely, more dogs being mistreated while in the care of “professionals”), we wanted to talk about best practices when choosing a board and train program for your dog. Choosing a dog trainer should be something done with care. Dog training is an unregulated industry, meaning anyone can go to a…

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Common Mistakes with a New Dog

Common Mistakes with a New Dog
24 Dec

Good Intentions Gone Wrong; The biggest mistakes new dog owners make. So, you got a new puppy or rescued an adult dog. How exciting! You got a dog because you wanted to go places and do stuff with your new buddy. You wanted to get more exercise, and fresh air. You have been dreaming of throwing tennis balls, camping and…

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Adding Distractions to Dog Training

Adding Distractions to Dog Training
25 Aug

Denver Dog Dynamix in 3D What are the 3 D’s in Dog training? The 3D’s are the key to teaching your dog anything new. Whether you’re training your dog to stay, leave it, wait, heel on leash, you name it, the triple D’s will have an affect on your results. If you plan your dog training sessions with the 3D’s …

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17 May

Tug Play with Your Dog

Below are common questions and comments stated by clients new to dog training and using play as a reward. 1. “I heard that playing tug with my dog will make them aggressive, is that true?” The answer is no. Playing tug games with clear boundaries about where to target the toy, and when to let go provides an excellent energy…

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