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Rules and Boundaries Help a Pack Learn to Respect Their Owners

Published Date: November 17, 2014

It was miniature Schnauzer day for Dog Gone Problems when I worked with this pack; Wylee, Stormy and Kohlie. Their owners contacted me for help with multiple issues; barking, possessiveness of humans, some anti social behavior and an overall lack of respect for the commands and corrections... Read More

Buddy the Cockapoo Gets a Second Chance and Makes the Most Out of It

Published Date: November 12, 2014

This happy looking guy is Buddy, a three year old Cockapoo. Im so glad I had the opportunity to work with Buddy and his owners. Buddy’s owners called me about a session after Buddy nipped their daughter in law when she grabbed him after he escaped... Read More

Teaching Furble to Keep His Nose from Where the Sun Doesn’t Shine

Published Date: August 6, 2014

This is Furble a three-year-old Sheepdog mix who had developed an affinity for sticking his nose directly into the crotches of any guests who arrived at the family home. While sniffing a crotch or rear end is perfectly normal greeting for dogs, his owners understandably... Read More

Teaching Two Aussie Sisters to Stop Barking

Published Date: June 26, 2014

Sisters Raven and Tobie (from left) are Aussies who’s over-barking had reached its limit with their owners. Usually when a dog over-barks and doesn’t respond to corrections, its because they see themselves as equal to or having more authority than the humans. The best way to... Read More

Teaching Rocky to Listen to and Respect His Owners

Published Date: June 26, 2014

Rocky is a ten-month-old Great Pyrenees who lives in the country.  His owners called me to stop his barking at anyone or anything he disagreed with. Great Pyrenees are a nocturnal dog who are known to get aggressive with anything they   perceive as a threat against animals under its protection.... Read More

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