The unfortunate truth is that the world of dog training is hugely divided. We are all in this business because we love, respect and want to help dogs, but somehow the human ego has gotten in the way and created an industry with a lot of contempt and childish name calling being thrown around. Quite
We’ve all had THAT Boss. You know the one...you like him, he’s a nice enough guy...but, well, when it comes right down to it, he’s just a horrible boss. You end up doing all the things that your Boss is supposed to do...tasks that you never wanted to do, don’t feel comfortable doing and aren’t
I could watch my dogs run and play and have fun for hours. There is this pure freedom and childlike quality that just puts a smile on anybody’s face watching them. That being said, I strongly dislike dog parks and advise our clients against going to them. Yes, you heard me correctly... Dog parks are
Crates often get a bad rap, particularly in new dog owners. As humans, we view them in this prison-like manner. But remember, your dog is, well...a DOG. He doesn’t know about San Quentin, Alcatraz, the hole or striped uniforms. What he does know is that his little lizard brain tells him that he should seek
You just brought home a new dog or puppy from a breeder or rescue organization...what is the first thing everybody tells you? You HAVE to socialize the dog! Take the puppy to puppy classes! Take your dog to the dog park! Whatever you do...make sure you get your dog around other dogs and in as
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
Another hugely successful training day for Doris + Duke! Watch as Duke nails the sit and learns to "down." Doris is really progressive with progressively longer down-stays and recall into a sit.
Follow Doris and Duke on their obedience training journey with Koru K9 Dog Training in San Francisco. Day two brought a refresh of the "sit" and "down" command for Doris...who absolutely nailed those commands. Next was an introduction of "stay" with Doris. She's one smart girl and got it almost immediately! Duke worked more on
These two Frenchies are just too cute for words! Doris is 7 months old and big sister to baby Duke, who is 10 weeks old. Join them in their journey through puppy obedience!
￼You think to yourself, “Oh, just this once, Fido looks so cute. I’ll let him [insert behavior here]...just this once.” Fess up...how many of you are guilty? And how many of you were aggravated the next time Fido repeated that behavior? You know what I’m going to say, right? As a dog owner you must