Questions about the use of treats seem to come up frequently. Luckily, AnimalKind accredited trainer Carrie Lumsden of K9 Kind Dog Training & Behaviour Consulting, brings us a helpful three-part … Read more Kind Corner: How to use treats in dog training – Part 1
Who wouldn’t want to optimize their training time? Amy Atkinson, owner and trainer at Northern Noses Pet Services, shares five ways to make your next training session a success! Read … Read more Kind Corner: 5 ways to optimize your dog’s training time
Sharon Labossiere, owner and trainer at Hanging With Hounds, specializes in separation anxiety and brings us today the top 5 reasons for choosing online separation anxiety training. If your dog … Read more Kind Corner: Top 5 reasons to choose online separation anxiety training
Vanessa Charbonneau, owner and head trainer at Sit Pretty Pet Services, knows well what it means to share your life with a reactive dog. If you are dealing with reactivity, … Read more Kind Corner: When walks cause you worry – tips for walking your reactive dog
Have you heard the term balanced training? What does balanced training mean for dogs? We have the answers! Balanced training uses both rewards and aversive methods to train dogs. That … Read more Differences between balanced training and reward-based training
Your dog is not a bad dog and deserves to be trained humanely. What does humane dog training mean? Humane dog training is based on your and your dog’s needs, … Read more There are no bad dogs. There is only bad training.
Today Brigette Mayer, owner and head trainer at Harmony Animal Training & Behaviour explains what nose work is, why it is important and how to create an enriching, olfactory environment … Read more Nosy pups – sniffing their way to happiness
Getting to know your new rescue dog might bring up some unexpected challenges. Emily Priestley, owner and trainer at Wild at Heart, writes about how to develop a good relationship … Read more Kind Corner: Building a good relationship with your newly adopted rescue dog