A Guide to Dog Training

Tips, tricks and reources about
training your dog, from the dog experts!

Dog Training Resources


Dog Training Articles

Frequently Asked Dog Training Questions

One reason dogs eat their poop is because it just plain taste good. Another reason is it could be a vitamin deficiency. One other reason for the poop eating is that it is an instinctual behavior in the wild to eat the poop to keep other predators from tracking their movements. Some solutions for stopping poop eating are: You can put meat tenderizer on their food and it is supposed to make the poop taste bad once it goes through the body. Check to make sure your dog food is nutritous enough and they are getting everything they need in their diet. The best and most effective way is to clean up after your dog immediately. Click here to read this article in full.

Top Ten Dog Training Mistakes

If you are in the process of training your dog or considering it, then you might like to check the following list to ensure that you are not making one of the common mistakes. Click here to read this article in full.

Dog Training: How To Understand Your Dog's Mood

Make you puppy training easier and more fun by understanding that your puppy is trying to communicate with you in other ways than barking or wagging his tail. Remember, your puppy also communicates with his ears, tail, paws, mouth and more and your puppy training and everyday life with your dog will be much more fun. Click here to read this article in full.

Key Secrets To Remember In Dog Training

While training your dog please remember:

  • Do not punish the dog. Punishment is not a training aid. It does little to foster willingness to learn and achieve. Limit yourself to a firm “NO” and to using your hands to block the dog’s negative actions. Refrain from hitting or physically abusing the dog. Click here to read this article in full.

What Should You Know About Your Dog Before You Start Training?

In order to train your dog perfectly, you need to know him well – his needs, behavior, as well as moods. If you comprehend clearly the “world” of the Dog you will be able to train him perfectly --draw on his strengths and work on his weaknesses. Click here to read this article in full.