If your dogs are destructive or suffer from separation anxiety, could it be the way you leave them? When you give them treats and “baby talk” to them before you leave, do you notice their tails wagging in excitement and enjoying all of the affection and attention you are giving them? Do you throw their ball a few times for a game of fetch and then lock the door behind you?
You could be getting your dog in an excited state of mind and then leaving them when their energy is so high.
Try calmly giving a quick pat on the head and saying goodbye. Don’t make your process of leaving feel like a big going away party every time.
Celtic is at it again! More of her pictures and videos are on A+ Dog Training’s Facebook Page. View her album entitled Follow Celtic. It has daily pics of when she stayed at our house during her Board & Train program.
Happy Selfie Saturday!
Congratulations to Cali, Stevie, and all of the rest of September’s Junior High Class held at Pet Supplies Plus in Turlock, California. When can you take your dog at the cat food aisle and work on dog obedience training from a distance?
We strive to create relationships in the community and take workshops to better A+ Dog Training. We’re on Instragram now because of this workshop! IG handle: 209dogtraining
Celtic is very nervous in the car. This is Ammo’s first time riding in the Dodge without his crate. He’s supposed to help Celtic calm down but it looks like he’s just as stressed! LOL
Happy Tongue Out Tuesday with love from Celtic (and the other dog that got dragged into the trip).
We saw Cayanne buying a new dog tag at Pet Supplies Plus in Turlock, California. We were dropping off a box of Cornuts for the sales associates because…well…we just go NUTS over their referrals!
Since GiGi was driving, this is Tom’s attempt at a selfie with Celtic who’s drooling all over the backseat! You can view more fun pics of Celtic’s Board & Train stay at A+ Dog Training’s Facebook album entitled: Follow Celtic.
Happy Selfie Saturday!
A+ Dog Training specializes in dog obedience and behavior modification. Many behavior issues happen at or around the house which is why we don’t own a facility. We train clients in their homes to help them understand how and when to use the techniques. This also eases the stress of transporting their dogs and finding a babysitter. Children often run around in the house causing their dogs to chase and we want to show everyone in the family how to live together peacefully.
Because you invite us for training sessions into your home, we want you to get to know us first and invite you and your family into our home. We provide Scooby Snacks (graham crackers and fruit snacks) and water for those that come straight from picking up their kids at school, those that come straight from work, or for those that are emotional or nervous eaters. 🙂 You meet Tom whom you will mainly be working with and GiGi who manages the business.
This is a picture of Tas at consultation. Tas’ owners wanted to meet our dog so we brought him out for a meet and greet as well. Our Labrador, Ammo, helps when another dog is needed (e.g. socialization, mocking as a neighbor walking their dog in front of your house and your dog barks at the door, etc.) Ammo knows that when he meets smaller sized dogs he needs to lay down to their level and sniff. He’s a good boy.
If you have any further questions about our consultations or about us, feel free to email at email@example.com or message us on Facebook at A+ Dog Training.
Sadie and Jack are all tuckered out after romping and playing at the beach.
This is what family road trips should look like!