Common Dog Behavior Issues and How Professional Trainers in Denver Can Help
Posted on June 27th, 2023 by FetchMasters
Did you know that over 48.5 million households in the United States own a dog? However, not all of those dogs are trained as properly as they should be! Training is not […]
3 Reasons to Start Your Puppy’s Training Early
Posted on February 3rd, 2021 by FetchMasters
Dog training tends to be about solving behavior problems. However a lot of behavior issues could be avoided with early training. In this hybrid pet-dog / gun-dog episode of the […]
Dog Training in Denver: Weekly Roundup – Episode 2
Posted on March 2nd, 2018 by FetchMasters
Dog training in Denver was busy, educational and productive this week! Both Linda and I (Tom) worked a number of 14 hour days, and I worked one 16 hour day. […]
Why I Give Free Dog Training Advice
Posted on November 14th, 2017 by FetchMasters
People sometimes call my company hoping to get some free dog training advice. It is interesting for me to observe how my own attitudes towards giving free advice has changed […]
Why Does My Dog Chew, Jump, Bite, Bark and Whine?
Posted on October 26th, 2012 by FetchMasters
As is my custom, when I find myself teaching clients a particular lesson over and over, I immortalize the lesson in writing. So, here goes … Pretty much every dog […]
Some Thoughts on Dog Behavior: Is your dog dumb, defiant or stressed?
Posted on September 28th, 2012 by FetchMasters
As with humans, dog behavior can be heavily influenced by stress. And understanding how to identify your dog’s stress, as well as how to help your dog through it, is […]
Dog Training Tips for the Impatient Owner
Posted on June 16th, 2012 by FetchMasters
Here is a list of dog training tips I catch myself repeating often enough that I thought they were worth memorializing. Most of them are geared towards teaching dog owners […]
To Chase Cats, or Not To Chase Cats: THAT is the Question.
Posted on May 13th, 2012 by FetchMasters
This article is not about training your dog to stop chasing your cat (although that may be the topic of a future article). It is about whether you really want […]