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Is your dog possessive of you

GDA75: Is Your Dog Being Possessive of You?

If your dog gets grumpy when people or other dogs approach you, either at home or on leash, there’s a chance you have a relationship issue. Your dog could be claiming you as their resource and protecting his or her valuables. This is something that is often enabled by us but can have serious implications…

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Dog Road trips

GDA74: Doggie Road Trips

Nothing beats a good summer road trip. New scenery, fresh air and good times. But you know who else loves road trips? Your pooch! So why not bring him along for the fun. In this episode I’ll tell you what you need to consider when taking your dog on the road and give you some…

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Dogs who bark at the doorbell

GDA73: Dogs Who Go Bonkers At The Doorbell

Does this sound familiar? You’re relaxing at home curled up on the couch reading your favorite book. You just put your two toddlers in for a nap and you’re enjoying the brief moment of peace and quite. As you take a deep breadth and smile contently something happens that causes your peaceful world to collapse and…

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Keeping kids safe from the family dog

Keeping Kids Safe From The Family Dog

A shocking 77% if dog bites come from the family dog or a friend’s dog. Yes, 77%! That’s a lot of lovable furry family members sinking their teeth into the people they love the most. So why does this happen? Sadly, it’s often because we set it up to happen by not realizing how our…

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GDA71: Helping Dogs Who Don’t Like The Car

If your dog is anxious, uncomfortable, scared or just doesn’t like being in the car, this episode is for you. We’ll discuss how you can help your dog overcome his fear of the car and maybe even learn to enjoy going for a ride in the car. You can do some things while you’re driving…

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GDA70: How To Stop Jumping

Let’s face it, just about everyone has a problem with their dog jumping up on people in the beginning. It’s because dogs love us and are very excitable, which is understandable, however it doesn’t make it any less annoying. The problem is that many people are actually rewarding the jumping instead of discouraging it. In this…

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Dog Meeting on Street

GDA69: How Dogs Should Meet On Walks

Too many people set dogs up to have a bad experience with other dogs while out for a walk on leash. We assume dogs like to walk and meet others like we do, when in fact that can be setting them up for a fight with another dog. In this episode I’ll go over how…

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GDA68: Leaving Food Down vs. Regular Meals

It’s time to go over how you should feed your dog. Many people like to leave the food down all day long and let the dog eat whenever he wants to throughout the day, but is that really the best thing to do? I’ll go into why you might want to switch your dog to…

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GDA67: Should You Use a Crate

Ask three different people if you should use a crate and you’ll get three different answers. It seems that everyone has an opinion on it however very few know the facts of what a crate really is to your dog and why it might be a good idea to use it. In this podcast we’ll…

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GDA66: Uncontrollable Shelter Dog to Frisbee Champion

There are an endless amount of high energy dogs that are quickly labeled as trouble makers and unruly because of their energy and lack of manners. These are not bad dogs, just super high energy pooches that just never learned any manners. In this edition of the podcast I talk with Roo Yori about his…

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