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Asked by kimsuwak
Answered by Alexandra Bassett, Dog Trainer in Los Angeles, CA
Hi, this is an interesting question! I would recommend taking your dog for long walks or hikes during the day on a longer leash to give them more freedom of movement a...
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Answered by Angela
I've considered getting one of these for our german shepherd, my cousin has one for her doberman and swears it's the best thing ever for him. He's afraid of any loud n...
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Asked by kimsuwak
Answered by Alexandra Bassett, Dog Trainer in Los Angeles, CA
Dogs have an opposition reflex that helps them to right themselves when they've been knocked off balance. When they feel pressure from behind on the leash, they instin...
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Asked by Zanna
Zanna, I agree, backup is great when you're a parent but your cat doesn't sound like they're being very helpful at all. This is called “stimulus related aggression”, w...
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Asked by angelsativa
Answered by Christine Mancini, Dog Trainer in Pittsburgh, PA
I know this may sound like a silly statement but : First you must have her trained to sit on command. How do you or other family members handle her when you come...
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Hi, interesting question and we spent some time researching this... It seems that wild dogs and wolves would dig dens to raise and protect their young. Dens provid...
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