Teach Your Dog to Love the Veterinarian

How often do your take your dog to the vet office for a “fun” visit?  If you are like most people, we only take our pets to the vet when they are sick or need vaccines.  If this is the case, it is likely that your dog does not like to go to the vet.This blog entry is available only to Site Members. Click Here To Learn More about a Truly Force Free Site Membership (If you have logged in with a membership and don’t see the blog entry, please refresh the page)

By |2020-11-04T20:37:22+00:00March 8th, 2017|Blog of the Week|0 Comments

Teaching Your Dog Everyday

Our lives are very busy and sometimes it seems like there is no time to train the family dog.  However, this does not need to be the case.  Studies have shown that dogs learn best with short (3-5 minute) training sessions.  With this in mind, there is no need to plan a 30 minute training session, instead just put training into your daily routine.This blog entry is available only to Site Members. Click Here To Learn More about a Truly Force Free Site Membership (If you have logged in with a membership and don’t see the blog entry, please refresh the page)

By |2020-11-04T20:39:20+00:00November 9th, 2016|Blog of the Week|0 Comments

Understanding Positive Reinforcement and Force Free Training

Many people think that positive reinforcement, force free training is all about bribing our dog’s to do things.  This is simply not true.  Unlike traditional, punishment based training, positive reinforcement training is science based.  Numerous studies have been done to show that learning is more effective when the learner is reinforced for desired behaviors.This blog entry is available only to Site Members. Click Here To Learn More about a Truly Force Free Site Membership (If you have logged in with a membership and don’t see the blog entry, please refresh the page)

By |2020-11-04T20:39:47+00:00October 5th, 2016|Blog of the Week|0 Comments

You Get What You Put Into It

Relationship experts Dr. John and Julie Gottman, as well as other well-known psychotherapists have spent years researching what creates happy marriages.  These researchers looked at many different aspects of relationships regarding age, personalities and a host of other factors.  However, at the end of the day, the most telling factors regarding the health of a relationship has more to do with the little day to day reactions between couples.This blog entry is available only to Site Members. Click Here To Learn More about a Truly Force Free Site Membership (If you have logged in with a membership and don’t see the blog entry, please refresh the page)

By |2020-11-04T20:40:55+00:00September 7th, 2016|Blog of the Week|0 Comments

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