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Part II: Advocating For Your Pup May 17, 2022

Learn to Read the Room

Things can go haywire anywhere, but there are a few places where tension goes from 0-60 lickety split. Play the tape in advance. By going through various scenarios before they happen, you’ll be able to handle them like a pro. 

 

No one needs to know...

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Part I: Advocating For Your Pup behavior modification decompression May 10, 2022

What Does It Mean to Advocate for Your Dog?

 

Advocate

[verb ad-vah-keyt]

Verb, ad-vo-cat-ed, ad-vo-cat-ing

  1. To speak or write in favor of; support or urge by argument; recommend publicly
  2. To act as an advocate

 

Thanks, dictionary.com.

 

But what does it really mean to advocate...

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Part III: The Art of Speaking Dog behavior modification dog behavior May 02, 2022

Ever wonder why your dog is better around certain people?

Your Energy Matters

 

If you are in a bad mood or getting frustrated just think about how your dog feels when they have no clue what you are saying. The same is true when that lady with good intentions gets your pup so excited with...

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Part II: The Art of Speaking Dog Apr 29, 2022

Using Your Voice With Your Dog

Say It Once

Know what else shouts “this is not that deep” when talking to your dog? Not expecting immediate results. 

 

If you’ve ever been told you have until the count of five to stop doing something and you stopped on one… well,...

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Part I : The Art of Speaking Dog Apr 25, 2022

Dog Language 101: How to Talk to Your Dog

How many times have you told your dog exactly what to do and the little monster didn’t listen?

 

“Percy, I told you to stay off the couch. How hard is it? I’m not saying it again… don’t look at me like you’re...

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Attention Seeking Behaviors In Dogs Apr 22, 2022

Dogs Crave Attention When They’re Bored

 

If you’re home alone with your dog, it’s not a humblebrag to say you’re the most interesting thing in the room. But sometimes, your dog needs a distraction. 

 

Especially in 2022, when being at home involves working...

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The ADHD Doggo behavior modification dog nutrition dog parenting Apr 18, 2022

Do you feel your dogs' attention span is worse than yours?

We do too.

While this is common in certain breeds and varies how severe depending on your pup's age. We have learned a few tricks to teach your dog when it is time to play versus when it is time to work.

Please work with the distractions...

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Mayday Stage Five Clinger behavior modification Apr 15, 2022

 

Mayday Stage Five Clinger

Does it make you a bad dog mom if you just wish your dog would leave you the fuck alone now and then?

 

Absolutely not. You’re the best kind of dog mom, because you want to understand why your dog is so clingy and what you can do to help. 

 

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Behind The Seperation Anxiety Curtan. Apr 11, 2022

Your Dog Thinks Leaving Means Forever

A more serious issue is when the learned behavior comes from fear of abandonment. This is common with rescue dogs, who were often taught early (and sometimes repeatedly) that when its owner leaves, they may not come back.

 

Dogs with abandonment issues...

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Dog Parent Self-Care Apr 08, 2022

  Self-Care Matters for Dog Owners

 

Does the idea of self-care seem kinda selfish? It’s not. Taking care of your own mental and physical wellness will ensure that you’re ready to show up for your dog.

 

They’re intuitive little buggers and they know when...

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Baby On Board: Tips for Coexistence Apr 01, 2022
So you’ve made a tiny human and went from #dogmom or #dogdad to becoming a full blown parent, what?! While freaking out about every little thing comes naturally at this time, with a few tips and a lot of patience, introducing your first born doggo to your first born human can be a...
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A Learning Series Part 3: Resilience Mar 30, 2022

Part of succeeding at a new skill is prevalence. The point of learning a new skill is to try something new and be a novice at first. 

 

"If you do not learn from your failures, you will never know the meaning of true success." 

 

 

 When training or bonding with your...

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