Tricks to Train Your Deaf Dog
Many of us have a dog that is deaf or may go deaf in their lifetime as they get older. A common belief is that you can’t train a deaf dog…after all, he can’t hear you right? But I knew a trainer whose main demo dog was a deaf white boxer. Training a Hearing-impaired Dog Choose hand signals. Before you begin, make sure you know which hand signals you want to use for each behavior. Switching it up or not ... Read more
3 Confidence-Boosting Training Games for an Abused Dog
Bring a mistreated pup out of his shell and boost his confidence with lots of love and these easy training games for an abused dog.
ESA commits half a billion to its next Mars lander despite predecessors crash
The European Space Agency is doubling down on Mars, dedicating nearly half a billion dollars to its follow-up mission to the planets surface even though the first one quite literally cratered. But an ambitious ...
Top 8 Hand Signals To Teach Your Dog (including Deaf Ones)
Hand signals for dogs are a great way to add visual cues to his training. Learn which top 8 hand signals to teach your dog (including deaf ones)!
How to Train a PTSD Anxiety Alert for Service Dogs or Interrupt Self Harm Behaviors
Teach your Psychiatric assistance dog to indicate that you are having a panic attack or to interrupt increasing anxiety or self-harm behavior.Starting Jan. 3...
The Dog Houze
There is alot of funny dog memes going around on the web. In this post I have gathered 70 of the funniest dog memes. Check them out if you want to laugh
Important Farm Dog Commands Every Homesteader Should Know
Have a farm dog in your homestead? If you're having some problems keeping him put, then these basic dog commands will do the trick! Start training your dog.
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Open Command Training Rope
The Open Command Training Rope is designed to help train service dogs to open doors, cupboards, and anything else for their disabled handler.