So many people think #4 is true, but it’s not. Check out all 6 myths about dog behaviors, which we have debunked with detailed explanations.
There are many, many great books out there on dog training. Here are five of my favorites.
You house-train an older dog exactly as you would a puppy, with the big difference that they will catch on much more quickly as adults. Here are some tips.
Many people feel that an older, grown dog is better for them. With an adult dog, you have a much better idea of what you’re going to end up with.
Chicken soup ice cubes for a teething puppy? Sure, why not. Read on for some more expert tips to help.
It is essential for every dog, no matter how big, or small, or whether you want to show, or work, or just play with, to have basic obedience training.
House-training is relatively simple with puppies. The most important thing to understand is that it takes time. Here are some expert tips from K9 Web.
Here are two common behavioral problems we see with young puppies, and how to deal with them through tried-and-true training methods.
So you have a new puppy. Great! Now, taking the time to follow these expert tips will save you a world of time and trouble later in your puppy’s life.
Short answer: There really is no right or wrong. There are dog training methods that are more effective under certain circumstances than others.