Eat for the Love of Pete! Eat!

There are many unpleasant consequences to having a “fussy” eater – you basically have no control over when the dog eats (I’m not hungry right now), what he eats (I don’t like this!), how much he eats (three kernels was plenty, thanks), or...
20 Months- The Hardest Trick- Hide Your Eyes

20 Months- The Hardest Trick- Hide Your Eyes

Many (many, many) years ago (1975, I think) someone had the novel idea that a dog could be taught to ring a bell. Sounded like fun, so I gave it a try with a 7 month old Giant Schnauzer named Panda. The only way I could think of to get her to interact with the big...

Level Seven B

LEVEL SEVEN (B) Please read the INTRODUCTION before you start working. Be sure your dog has passed the Level One behaviours, Level Two behaviours, Level Three behaviours, Level Four behaviours, Level Five behaviours, and Level Six behaviours before starting Level...

Level Six B

LEVEL SIX (B) Please read the INTRODUCTION before you start working. Be sure your dog has passed the Level One behaviours, Level Two behaviours, Level Three behaviours, Level Four behaviours, and Level Five behaviours before starting Level Six. This colour indicates...

Level Five B

LEVEL FIVE (B) Please read the INTRODUCTION before you start working. Be sure your dog has passed the Level One behaviours, Level Two behaviours, Level Three behaviours, and Level Four behaviours before starting Level Five. This colour indicates behaviours that are...