Why do I spend all my free time (I have a full-time job) making videos, educating dog guardians on canine behavior (including myself), putting together tutorials or training programs, and answering all the questions I receive? Because I love everything about the relationship between a human and a dog - when it is at its best! And I wanna help everyone to get there because this relationship is about unconditional love, loyalty, and trust. It’s pure and beautiful. My goal is to make your dog understand that it is about you and him/her and make you understand how to communicate this. For anxious, fearful, aggressive dogs it is about them against the rest of the world, too often leading to euthanization. It doesn’t have to be that way. It’s a process of clear communication, using the right tools and it starts with you. I’m here to help with that. www.vhcanineeducators.com
Miss Uchi graduated this morning!
I'm gonna miss this goofy girl but I can't wait to keep tabs on all her adventures to come! 🥰
FACT or FICTION FRIDAY answer is:
The crate training concept applies the theory that a puppy will not want to soil its sleeping area/bedding. Thankfully, this is true of most puppies, although it can be incredibly frustrating to end up with a puppy who “doesn’t care”, and will soil its own bed without hesitation. This puppy may take longer to housebreak and require a good deal of attention and consistency, but can often be house-trained in the same manner as a puppy who does not soil its crate.Providing frequent opportunities to toilet in the appropriate place(s) and plenty of reward when it happens will help set everyone up for housebreaking success!