Food toys (especially puzzle ones) are a great way for puppies to get a brain and body workout. This is why your pup should start using them from a very young age. You can put your dog’s kibble in it, or peanut butter, or whatever snack your pup likes, and let him chew at it.
Hello everyone, and welcome back to a brand new episode of Dog Sense. This one is such an exciting one!!
This week, Sarah and I will be discussing something every dog owner should know: How to safely travel in your car with your dog!
Yes, believe it or not (and I hope that you do actually believe it), traveling in a car with your canine best friend isn't as straightforward as you might think.
In fact, even a 10-minute trip to the vet will need planning and preparation. So, a long trip with your dog will need even more work!
And well, we thought, why not help you with that?!
Life isn’t fair, and your dogs need to know that. Having different rules for different dogs might make you feel bad, but it’s a necessary evil. So, don’t let guilt ruin your dog training!
The one thing we always tell our students is to start slow. Don’t go right into forcing a nose-to-nose interaction between the dogs, making them play together right away, or making them share a really small space.