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Fred meets the Big Bad Vacuum

As do many dogs, Fred gets a little flipped out when the vacuum comes out and starts growling and approaching him menacingly. This simple exercise helped Fred to see the vacuum as a cue to lay down and be calm, rather than seei...
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Sunday Training Post!

Training post guys!! I wanted to talk a bit about our boy Buford. I mentioned yesterday that he treated Jaycee, the 3 year old in his new foster home, like a toy. What I meant was, he got super excited upon seeing her, knocked ...
by Lisa Porter
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How to Achieve Calm and Relaxed State Before Rehab

How to achieve a calm/ relaxed state with your dog before beginning rehab. Training Post!! Hey guys, we talk a lot about getting dogs to a calm, relaxed state before beginning any actual training, or in most cases, desensitizin...
by Bob Guere
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Fred Has Issues (Don’t We All!)

Fred Has Issues (Don’t We All!) Fred and I enjoyed our afternoon with the ladies at Restoration Ranch. For those who don’t know, RR is a transitional home for women who have left life on the streets for life with a ...
by Bob Guere
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Stop Fence Fighting and Uncontrolled Barking

Most of us have dogs that love to fence fight. There’s a ton of showing off, posturing, challenging, and very little risk. Pretty passive aggressive if you ask me. The dog in this video recently moved to a new home with h...
by Bob Guere
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Systematic Desensitization for Fear, Aggression, Excitement and Anxiety

Many of you have asked how I specifically deal with fear, aggression, excitement & anxiety in dogs. While it always depends on the issue, the method I use the most is called Systematic Desensitization. Desensitization basic...
by Lisa Porter
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Dog Aggression and Excitement

Training post guys!! So most dog aggression starts with too much excitement, or maybe I should say stimulation, which escalates into fight/flight or “aggressive” behaviors. Those behaviors (snapping, lunging, runnin...
by Lisa Porter
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Self Control and Too Much Freedom

Training post!! So let’s say you have a great dog, but he just won’t stop jumping on people when they come over, or on you when you come home. How do you stop this? This problem starts with a lack of self-control an...
by Lisa Porter
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Top 5 Behavior Issues Follow Up

Hey guys, I wrote a previous post about the top 5 things to expect when adopting or fostering a rescue dog as even a fully trained and rehabilitated dog can revert back to old habits and even develop new bad behaviors when tran...
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Top Five Behavior Issues when Fostering or Adopting a Rescue

Training Post!! Hey guys, I wanted to share with you all what we think are the TOP 5 behavioral issues you can expect within the first month of fostering or adopting a rescued dog. All dogs are different but these issues are wh...
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