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Behavioral dog training, in Home dog training Los Angeles, West Hollywood

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This little cutter had a  behavioral dog training evaluation and session to determine if she might be running the show at home. In my opinion she is a sweet loving misunderstood dog that is just trying to find her place in the her home. She may have been given too much freedom and has assumed the role of “top dog” in her home. With some in home dog training and some changes with how the owner interacts with her a peaceful home will be accomplished!!!!

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Puppy boot camp, french bulldog, puppy, puppy housebreaking

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The French Bulldog has enjoyed a long history as a companion dog. Created in England to be a miniature Bulldog, he accompanied English lacemakers to France, where he acquired his Frenchie moniker. The first three months for a French Bulldog is the most important time in their life. This is the window of time in a puppy’s life that determines the type of dog they will become as an adult. Puppy boot camp is a great way to make sure your pup is getting all the right messages, from socialization to manners. 

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Boogie at puppy obedience training West Hollywood

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Puppy Obedience Training is designed for pups to learn their core obedience skills.
Programs vary, but common training techniques include teaching a dog to “stay,” “sit” and “come.” In addition to commands, dogs learn the discipline to avoid social and behavioral habits that cause destruction to your home and that may lead to behavioral issues in the future. Puppies learn house manners like not digging holes in the yard and chewing on furniture. A proper effective puppy training experience will also give a pup confidence which is crucial to their development Into a well behaved dog.

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Destructive dog behavior, stopping destructive behavior

Destructive dog behavior, stopping destructive dog behavior,

Destructive dog behavior can start out as a developmental issue, it can also be a behavioral issue. The first thing that should be done is to find the root cause of such behavior. Does the pet have separation anxiety, does he feel under-stimulated, was there a recent change in routine or environment. All of these can be common triggers of destructive dog behavior. The solution for pet’s acting up will depend largely on the circumstances. If a dog is between the age of 6 months and 14 months and they chew a lot; chances are this is a developmental issue on this case we will focus on giving the dogs appropriate things to chew when we see them chewing on inappropriate items. If they have our slipper in their month we will replace it with a chew toy. This is why we do not give dogs free range of our home until they can be trusted. They should only have free range when someone is there to correct their behavior and show them what is expected of them. Stopping destructive dog behavior isn’t difficult when we know the root cause.  Come back for more tips on destructive canine behaviors or send us an email with your question and we will do our best to help.

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Dog socialization training starts with confidence building, Dog Training

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Dog socialization training is the single most important step you can take to have a well-adjusted canine. Its important to incorporate dog confidence building, structured playgroups, good manners, and obedience commands to lay a foundation for future success. Confidence is one of the most important things your canine needs to be a balanced around other pups. Dog Training helps with confidence by having your best friend complete tasks and get positive reinforcement for it. As they succeed they will begin to feel more confident about themselves.

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Dogs Love To Sniff,Dog walking,Los Angeles,West Hollywood,Beverly Hills

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Dogs love to sniff, especially during dog walking. Using their nose is often the highlight of their walks, if not dominating their entire day. Their ‘nosiness’, however, can be difficult for owners to comprehend and even, on occasion, be embarrassing. The dog nose truly is a wonderful scent apparatus, even if we don’t quite understand all of its abilities yet. Dogs are born to sniff. The area of the canine brain that is devoted to analysing scent is 40 times greater than that of the human and dogs can identify smells at least 1,000 times better than we can! The dog’s superior sense of smell comes from 220 million olfactory receptors in its nose. Compared to the human’s paltry 5 million, it’s no wonder smell is considered to be the dog’s primary sense. When a dog sniffs, air is taken in and passes through the olfactory epithelium (nasal skin cells). These calls are also found in a special organ that dogs (and cats) possess, called the Jacobsen’s or vomeronasal organ. This organ is thought to be important in the detection of pheromones (body scents), perhaps giving the dog its tremendous ability to identify and recognise animals and people. 

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Dr Joanne Righetti

Dogs love to sniff

Boone – Park Play – Obediance Training Maintenance

Boone Enjoys structured park play in West Hollywood. Structured dog park visits are great for obedience training reinforcement. It is a great way to work on recall, sit, stay, and focus while having distractions. Core Obediance Training Commands are reinforced during the trip. This environment offers enough distractions for the dogs to work in  a real world environment. Our trips to the park are during off peak hours so we are able to maintain a structured environment.

Boone Enjoys structured park play in West Hollywood. Structured dog park visits are great for obedience training reinforcement. It is a great way to work on recall, sit, stay, and focus while having distractions. Core Obediance Training Commands are reinforced during the trip. This environment offers enough distractions for the dogs to work in a real world environment. Our trips to the park are during off peak hours so we are able to maintain a structured environment.

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During dog training in Beverly Hills, Tyson meets Lilah.

During dog training in Beverly Hills, Tyson meets Lilah.

Why do dogs sniff each other's butts? The answer to that question is a bit more complicated than you might imagine.  According to a new video from the American Chemical Society (above), it's all about one canine literally sniffing out important information about the other--its gender, emotional state, diet, and more. "Think of it kind of like speaking with chemicals," the video's narrator says, referring to the glandular secretions released by glands in a dog's anal sac. "In fact, this butt-sniffing action is just one of many examples of chemical communication in the animal kingdom." Of course, a dog's sense of smell is famously acute--10,000 to 100,000 times more acute than our own, according to the video. How can the sniffer make sense of the glandular secretions released by the sniffee's anal sac--without the poopy smell getting in the way? Dogs have a second olfactory system that's known as the Jacobson's organ. Its nerves direct the chemical information it detects directly to the brain so there's no interference from other odors. Now you know everything you wanted to know about Fido's anal fascination--and more. http://youtu.be/PZlJ8XfwiNg

Why do dogs sniff each other’s butts? The answer to that question is a bit more complicated than you might imagine.
According to a new video from the American Chemical Society (above), it’s all about one canine literally sniffing out important information about the other–its gender, emotional state, diet, and more.
“Think of it kind of like speaking with chemicals,” the video’s narrator says, referring to the glandular secretions released by glands in a dog’s anal sac. “In fact, this butt-sniffing action is just one of many examples of chemical communication in the animal kingdom.”
Of course, a dog’s sense of smell is famously acute–10,000 to 100,000 times more acute than our own, according to the video. How can the sniffer make sense of the glandular secretions released by the sniffee’s anal sac–without the poopy smell getting in the way?
Dogs have a second olfactory system that’s known as the Jacobson’s organ. Its nerves direct the chemical information it detects directly to the brain so there’s no interference from other odors.
Now you know everything you wanted to know about Fido’s anal fascination–and more. http://youtu.be/PZlJ8XfwiNg