Achieving Balance and Harmony

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Multilingual dog?

I’d like to know if dogs or cats understand multiple languages. I speak to my animals in French, Spanish, and English and my neighbor is convinced that they understand. I think they do too! Read more

Maintaining Pack Balance

It’s a common scenario. Parents give in to their kids’ pressure to get a puppy. They grow up together, the human child and the canine puppy. They become best pals. Read more

Take Dog Training in Small Steps

There are many different approaches to training. The key is to do your research, use your best judgment, and most important, know your dog and remain calm and assertive. Read more

Biography: Martin Deeley

Martin Deeley is an internationally recognized dog trainer, writer, and commentator. He is co-founder of the International Association of Canine Professionals, which is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of professional and business practices among canine professionals. Read more

Indoor Activities

In an ideal world, I know that we would all walk our dogs twice a day, for 30 minutes to an hour each time. Unfortunately, the world we live in is not always ideal; in fact, it's sometimes downright inconvenient! When harsh weather hits, or circumstances make it difficult or impossible to venture outside for physical exercise, don't despair! There are activities that you can enjoy with your dog right in the comfort of your own home. Read more

Exercise: Challenge Your Dog Physically

All dogs require exercise to lead balanced, healthy lives. Just because a dog is small doesn't mean he needs less exercise, and, although breed can give an indication of the dog's energy level, the final judgment must be made on the individual dog's needs. Read more

Power of the Pack - Excerpt from the Book "A Member of the Family"

Like human beings, dogs are eternally attracted to the concept of family. When they live in the wild, all canids naturally arrange themselves into family-based packs. Even if the dogs aren't related to one another by blood, the bonds of living and surviving together turn them into a smoothly functioning unit. Read more

How to Be the Pack Leader

A dog's mother begins training puppies from birth. She makes them wait for food; she controls when they play and how far they travel. Adult dogs need these same rules, boundaries, and limitations from you, their pack leader when dog training. Read more
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