Categories for Dog Training Omaha

Adding Rules and Boundaries to Help a Pair of Dogs Respect Their Owners

Published Date: October 16, 2014

Cashew is a one-year-old Westie who gets over excited when he sees people or dogs. His room mate Peanut is a two year old Min Pin / Chihuahua mix with some anxiety issues. Peanut is wary of people he doesn’t know, barks a lot in... Read More

Happy Learns to Enjoy the Great Outdoors

Published Date: October 15, 2014

Happy is a one year old French Bulldog who has become so attached to her owners that she doesn’t like going outside by herself. When I sat down with Happy’s owners, I asked what rules and limits were in place for Happy to live by.... Read More

Helping a Yorkie Get Over His Dog Aggression

Published Date: October 8, 2014

Bink, a nine-year-old Yorkie (right) was recently rehomed to live with Roscoe, a Shih Tzu mix. While things started off great, a few months later Bink started trying to dominate and even attack the much bigger Roscoe. At first the fighting was limited to Bink’s... Read More

Helping a Dog Get Over Getting Pepper Sprayed by the Mail Man

Published Date: October 8, 2014

Neely is a three-year-old Wheaton Terrier who has become territorially aggressive after being pepper sprayed by the mail man. Prior to the mailman’s use of the pepper spray, Neely was a happy dog who loved everyone. His owners were hoping I could help Neeley return... Read More

Helping First Time Dog Owners Calm Down Their Rambunctious Puppy

Published Date: September 26, 2014

Murphy is a four-month-old Australian shepherd quarter polynese puppy who’s owners were at their limit with his rowdy behavior; not listening, accidents in the house, jumping up, chewing on people and objects, etc. When I first met Murphy I had to chuckle a little bit. He... Read More

Helping an Excited Chocolate Lab Learn to Stay Calm and Listen to His Owners

Published Date: September 25, 2014

Max is a one-year-old chocolate lab. His owners contacted me for help with his rambunctious nature; jumping up on them, refusing to follow their commands and getting over-excited when any guests arrived. After sitting down and discussing the situation with Max’s owners I was convinced... Read More

Teaching a Dog to Calm Down and Respect Her Owner’s Authority

Published Date: September 21, 2014

Rimmi is a Beagle / Lab mix who was adopted this summer. Her owner called me for help with her tendency to nip or bite when she got overexcited which was most of the time. When I arrived for the session, Remmi’s owners had her... Read More

Teaching an Over Excited Yellow Lab to Calm Himself Down

Published Date: September 19, 2014

Jack is a two-year-old yellow lab male with an incredibly high energy level that was causing a number of behavioral problems. At this point I’ve worked with close to 1,000 dogs with all sorts of behavioral issues. While they are never aggressive, just about every... Read More

Helping a Scottish Terrier Pup Learn to Eliminate Outside

Published Date: September 16, 2014

Asta is a four-month-old Scottish terrier who has an abundance of energy that causes him to get extremely excited when guests arrive. He also has had a difficult time with potty training resulting in occasional accidents in the house. When I arrived for the session, Asta’s owner... Read More

Teaching a Yellow Lab Puppy to Respect New Rules and Boundaries

Published Date: September 14, 2014

Stella is a five-month-old yellow lab who gets over excited often, doesn’t listen to her owners commands or corrections, snatching food, counter surfing and playing too rough with her roommate, a four-year-old male lab. When I first met Stella, she urinated out of the excitement of meeting... Read More

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