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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

Children and Puppies

Few images are as evocative of trust, loyalty, and friendship as a child with a puppy. Bonds formed between humans and dogs can be made incredibly strong when the relationship is formed early on, but it's very important that our children be taught how to interact safely and responsibly with their canine companions. Read more

Starting Your Puppy off Right!

People often ask me at what age they should start puppy training. The answer is immediately! Here are some quick tips on the steps to training and maintaining an obedient and balanced dog from the start. Read more

Cesar's Dog Park Tips

While Cesar encourages everyone to exercise their dog on a regular basis, he also reminds you to keep in mind that a good pack leader maintains leadership even at the dog park. Here are 5 tips Cesar has for dog owners who want to demonstrate good pack leadership. Read more

Challenging Puppy

Dear Cesar, We adopted Cassie, a 10 month-old Shar Pei/Pointer-mix, from a local shelter three months ago. She had a sweet temperament and was always excited. Read more

Puppy is Impossible to Walk

We have a 13 week old Springer, and it is impossible to take him for a walk. He will not leave the yard. My husband just tried to walk him, and the puppy was so upset that he threw up! Read more

Jack Russell Pulls on the Leash

I have two Jack Russell terriers, male and female. When we walk on leash, the male gasps for breath because he pulls so hard on his leash. I have tried small elastic extensions on his harness, but this does not help. Read more

Good and Bad Play Behavior

I am a Cesar fan and have a question regarding dogs at “play”. My first obvious thought is that, if your dogs have energy to play, they’ve not had enough exercise…right?  In any event, what types of play do you allow in your pack? Read more

Rude Crotch Sniffer

Dear Cesar, My friend has a dog who is a very rude crotch sniffer. We work together, and she brings her dog to work every day. She doesn't do it to me, but our clients sometimes get the business end of her nose. Read more
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