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One of the most difficult issues to deal with is two dogs (related or not) that can’t get along but have to live together. Sometimes the issues are sporadic and sometimes the dogs can’t even see one another. This causes … Continue reading
Posted in Behaviour Issues Tagged aggression, dog fighting, dog fights, dog training, multiple dogs, resource guarding, territorial Leave a comment
Crates & Kennels
I’ve lost count over the years of how many clients have called me to help them with problem behaviours like house soiling, chewing and general destructive behaviour. Almost every single time the dogs are left roaming the house both when … Continue reading
Posted in General Advice Tagged crate, dog training, home alone, kennel, multiple dogs, prevention, safety, what dogs need Leave a comment
Tall fences make good neighbours???
There’s a saying that tall fences make good neighbours and I completely get where they are coming from however I doubt they had dogs. Tall fences (or any fence for that matter) can be a great way to contain your … Continue reading
Posted in Behaviour Issues Tagged aggression, dog training, fence fighting, multiple dogs, neighbours, prevention, recall, yard Leave a comment
Dog Fights @ Home!
It can be challenging to have multiple dogs sometimes. One of the most common calls I get is about intra-household aggression meaning that two or more dogs that live together are fighting amongst themselves. This issue causes a lot of … Continue reading
Posted in Behaviour Issues Tagged aggression, dog fights, dog training, feeding, food, multiple dogs, prevention, resource guarding, safety Leave a comment