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What to Know About Housetraining

What to Know About Housetraining

Housetraining is usually the first skill owners attempt to train. Good housetraining goes a long way toward keeping the peace with a new dog. It also helps to keep those pet stains to a minimum. Puppies and older adopted dogs need housetraining instruction. This...
What Not to do During Dog Training

What Not to do During Dog Training

Training a dog is a complicated undertaking. That’s why people go to school to learn how to properly and safely train the pups. It’s always best to have a professional on your side. The wrong kind of training is often highly detrimental. It can teach a behavior you...
What to Look For in a Dog Trainer

What to Look For in a Dog Trainer

Our dogs mean the world to us. Just as we wouldn’t trust everyone with caring for our human family, it is important to be selective when hiring a pet sitter or trainer. Good training early on in life sets a dog up for success and happiness in the future. Improper...
Canine Body Language and Training

Canine Body Language and Training

How many nonverbal cues do we humans give on a daily basis? Well, let’s think- winking, waving, slouching, eye-rolling and the list goes on. We are lucky because when these nonverbal cues fail to communicate our message, we have a vocabulary to fall back on....
Should I Hire a Dog Trainer?

Should I Hire a Dog Trainer?

Maybe you have heard that 2 Paws Up Inc. has a new trainer. Her name is Bambi Pinkerton and she’s kind of a big deal. Some might wonder why a dog trainer is necessary. Your pup doesn’t need to have aspirations of becoming a canine officer to benefit from training....