Category Archives: Walking Your Dog

Skills you and your dog should know for having an enjoyable time out and about.

Human Communication

When two dogs meet there is always an element of arousal until both dogs have learned a little about each other. During this time a few things can occur, both dogs engage in play, or the dogs sniff each other … Continue reading

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Green, Blue and Black Dog Walking

In my spare time I enjoy mountain biking and during the winter I head up to the snow fields for some skiing, these sports have colour coded runs based on the terrain and skill level of the participant. And just … Continue reading

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Checking In Level 2: Orbital Walking Video

My last post was all about training your dog to check in with you during on lead and off lead walks. To reinforce this topic further I thought I would make a short video of my walk with Nemo today. … Continue reading

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Loose Lead Walking

Lead pulling is one of the most common problems people have with their dogs. When a dog pulls excessively during a walk it can make walking unpleasant and even dangerous so walks occur less and less making things even worse, … Continue reading

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Shops And Cafés With Our Dogs Part II

In part one of this series I focused on the fact that some dogs do not enjoy visits to the café and being tied in front of shops, in these cases such activities often only serve to perpetuate poor behaviours … Continue reading

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