Tag Archive: in home Omaha dog training

Stopping a Dog From Barking at People Who Move with a Little Counterconditioning

Stopping a Dog From Barking
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Published Date: May 23, 2024

In this Omaha dog training session, we worked with two Scottish Terriers, Mini (left) and Olive (right). We used counterconditioning to stop Mini from barking at people when they move. Counterconditioning is a technique used to change how your furry friend feels about something they... Read More

An Easy Way of Stopping Dog on Dog Aggression

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Published Date: February 12, 2024

For this Omaha dog behavior training session we worked with 2 year-old Australian Shepherd Zuko; sharing a tips for stopping dog on dog aggression. Zuko’s guardians reached out due to his barking and lunging at unknown dogs who are larger than he is. He doesnt... Read More

Some Free Tips to Stop Dog Chewing Problems

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Published Date: July 12, 2022

For this in-home Omaha dog training session we worked with two Goldendoodles; Joy and Mocha, sharing tips to stop dog chewing behaviors and tips to treat anxiety. Mocha the older Goldendoodle was not very confident around new people, a behavior issue even more pronounced in... Read More

Some Positive Tips to Stop Dog Barking

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Published Date: June 6, 2022

For this Omaha dog behavior session we shared tips to stop dog barking to help Belle (right) and her roomie Bailey, a four year old Great Pyrenees mix. The guardians had won this free in-home dog training session at one of our 10 Year Anniversary... Read More

Teaching a Dog to Focus to Help Her Listen Better

Athena - Teaching a Dog to Focus to Help Her Listen Better
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Published Date: September 7, 2021

For this Omaha dog behavior training session we worked with Athena, a three year old Border Collie Whippet mix who sometimes barks and fixates on things she doesn’t understand or like. Athena’s guardian was most concerned about her “aggressive dog behavior.” I put that in... Read More