Dog Obedience Training Tips and Tricks
ABCDT Certified Dog Trainer Shares Insights
Rogue Dog Training wants you and your dog to have a happy relationship for years to come. Our lifetime, free email and phone support for graduates of our canine behavior classes is a great resource to keep your dog on the straight and level. Our blog is also available for tips, tricks and insights into reinforcing good behavior. Learn about nutrition, pet health concerns, dog training tips. This blog does not replace our dog training classes, but is an excellent supplement and refresher for dogs needing a behavior boost. Read on for expert advice from Rogue Dog Training.
Rogue Dog Training’s Steve Terwilliger is ABCDT certified and a member of APDT, but he is not and does not intend to portray himself as a veterinarian or animal nutritionist. Any advice for your pet’s heath or diet should be taken as a guideline from a certified dog trainer interested in promoting the well-being of your pet. Always consult with your veterinarian or a certified animal nutritionist if you have a serious health concern and before making any major changes in a dog’s diet.
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Date: Apr 30, 2014
Most people know that a domestic cat is a carnivore, an obligate carnivore. Your kitty's diet should resemble the diet of a ferocious tiger, lion, cougar, so on and so forth. They are essentially just that! Their diet consists of mostly meats and some fruits and vegetation. Yet so many people trust the "Big name" pet f...
Date: Apr 16, 2014
This section explains the terms I use on a frequent basis and is the base of my dog obedience classes. There are a lot of terms used while training a dog, but these are the most common and are often misunderstood.
The importance of using a food lure is that it gives you the ability to guide the dog into many positions. This technique is...
Date: Apr 8, 2014
Loose Leash Walking vs Heel
Loose leash walking is an extremely important skill for all dogs to learn but it is often confused with the heel command. Both are included in basic dog obedience classes, but people still tend to blend them together. Loose leash walking is getting your dog to walk on a leash without any tension in it. The distance the ...