How to Train Your Dog to Accept a Muzzle
Step-by-step instructions on how to train your dog to accept a muzzle.
Hide and Seek – Part 2
Now that your dog knows how to play, it’s time to have some real fun with Hide & Seek!
Hide and Seek – Part 1
Learn how to teach your dogs Hide & Seek. It’s a great game to tire your dog out when you can’t get outside!
how to help prevent your dog having issues once we return to “normal.”
How to stop common behavior problems like jumping, inappropriate barking, nipping, and more
How comforting your dog at the wrong time rewards and reinforces fearful behavior
Puppies and small dogs present special challenges when training. This handout will teach you how to use a wooden or plastic spoon to extend your reach — and save your back when training little dogs.
This handout will help you decide where to bring you puppy to help introduce them to new environments and experiences
how to safely socialize your puppy during the time of social distancing
The right equipment and techniques will make nail trimming time less stressful for both you and your dog!
Simple indoor and outdoor activities designed to improve specific canine behaviors, from jumping and chewing to coming when called
Helpful hits on what to look for — and what to avoid — if selecting a shelter/rescue dog for your use as a service dog
when working in our trainers in our Separation-Anxiety Modification, use this tracking log to track your dog’s progress when left alone
After your dog passes the Canine Good Citizen certification test, get your dog’s official title by submitting this form to the American Kennel Club
An easy-to-use table that helps you track improvement of new behaviors (such as sit, down, stay, come, and more)
Looking for your next dog?
Let All Dawgs help with our FREE service! At All Dawgs, we want to help you find the well-bred dog you are looking for by helping to connect you with reputable dog breeders. In fact, it’s so important to us that we offer a FREE service to help connect you to the right breeder for you! Any person who breeds dogs is considered a breeder, but at All Dawgs, we believe in getting dogs from only REPUTABLE breeders. These breeders will:
- Thoroughly health test both the sire (father) and the dam (mother) to make sure they are clear of any genetic conditions that may be passed on to their offspring
- Spend lots of time socializing, caring for and observing their puppies
- NOT contribute to the homeless dog population. Most dogs in shelters and/or rescue organizations do NOT come from reputable breeders. Many reputable breeders will take the dog back if you’re no longer able to care for the dog
You’ll most likely pay more for a reputably-bred dog, but the chances are that your reputably-bred dog will be healthier and will live longer. Also, there’s a better chance of a good match (in temperament, energy level, etc) with a reputably-bred dog than a dog bought from someone who is simply interested in the money derived from the sale.
There’s also a difference between a purebred dog, which means both the mom and the dad were purebred dogs, and a well-bred dog (See article.)
If your are looking for your next dog and want to take advantage of our free service, it’s easy to get started. Simply fill out the registration form and we will email you the list of reputable breeders for your breed within three business days. If you do not know which breed is best for your lifestyle, we recommend our Pre-Dawg Counseling.