Charlie was rescued about 2 1/2 years ago...his new mom fell in love with him the moment she met him. The day after she brought him home, however, she noticed he was exhibiting signs of fear aggression. Like many fearful dogs, he resorted to tactics that appear to be aggressive (growling, barking and baring teeth).
Just two short months ago, Chester and his family came to us to get training help for Chester's fearful and anxious behaviors. Chester was leash reactive to dogs and some strangers and had a bad habit of destroying things or breaking out of his crate when he was left alone. I'm very excited to say
With all the training that we do for other people's dogs, we have to set time aside to train our own dogs :)! Luna and Nero LOVE their popper vest, so we brought it out for a little fun after our walk on Wednesday morning. If you have read Our Story, you know that Luna
Meet some of the latest members of the Koru K9 Dog Training pack! You can view their profiles here: Kiro, Duke, Hans and Koopa. A sneak peak at some of the things that these lucky dogs will be working on: Loose leash walking / eliminating leash reactivity Dog obedience training Rules, boundaries, structure and leadership
We were invited to lead a dog training class that would go over some basic dog training principles as well as basic obedience and leash handling skills for the Bay Area German Shepherd Rescue Meet Up group. Huge thanks to all of those who attended, we had a great turnout with lots of fantastic dogs
Check out our article The Power of Obedience Training published in January's Bay Woof!
This post is actually prompted by something I hear every day. We live in a City where many of us have mail slots in their doors. Every day, I hear the mailman drop our mail, Luna and Nero are typically sleeping and could care less. Like clockwork, I hear him drop the mail into our
By Koru K9 Dog Training + Rehabilitation Let’s take a trip down memory lane for a second...back to when you were a kid. Your home, after school, and you know you should be doing your homework, but instead you decide to sneak out to hang out with some of your friends. Your kid brother catches
By Koru K9 Dog Training + Rehabilitation You’re at the dog park...it’s time to go home. “Fluffy, come!” Fluffy glances at you and then keeps running and acting a fool with her newly found dog friends. You try again, a little louder, like you mean business this time, “FLUFFY...come!” Fluffy totally ignores you, still having
By Koru K9 Dog Training and Rehabilitation These two cuties have come such a long way in a short amount of time. We are increasing distraction, duration and distance of Doris' down-stay, adding recall and "place" into the mix. Duke is learning "stay" in very small duration...and both learned "stand" today. Doris has a special