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August 22, 2016   -   Posted by triedemen   -   in Dog boarding in Reno Dog Training in Reno Dog Training Tips K-9 Classes and Workshops Uncategorized   -   Comments Off on Teach a Trained Dog New Tricks: Review Training for Dogs

Sometimes dogs just forget parts of their training. We won’t bore you with the science of it, but basically dogs learn and remember language much like we learn and remember a foreign language: it takes practice, patience and immersion. There are methods to reverse bad habits and revamp his training skills. Let’s walk...

August 9, 2016   -   Posted by triedemen   -   in Dog boarding in Reno Dog Day Care in Reno Dog Training in Reno Dog Training Tips K-9 Classes and Workshops Uncategorized   -   Comments Off on What to Expect on the First Day of Dog Board and Train Program

Being a new student can be intimidating. There are new dogs and new skills to learn, and a new environment. We want to make your dog’s first day of school comfortable so she can learn without feeling completely out of her element. So what does the first day of training look...

July 29, 2016   -   Posted by triedemen   -   in Dog boarding in Reno Dog Day Care in Reno Dog Gone Amazing Diaries Dog Training in Reno Dog Training Tips Uncategorized   -   Comments Off on Using Consistent Command Words With Your Dog

When it comes to command words, we know the basics “sit” and “come” and, if you’re feeling playful, “roll over.” But what about the less known commands like “break” or “release”? Malaika and Ripken show us how using consistent command words improves communication between you and your dog.   Highlights from...

April 26, 2016   -   Posted by aldeneditor   -   in Dog Day Care in Reno Dog Training in Reno Dog Training Tips K-9 Classes and Workshops Uncategorized   -   Comments Off on Video- Dixie Learns to Follow: Dog Training in Reno

Today, we are checking in with little 1 year-old Dixie. Though she’s a bit shy, Dixie quickly learns to follow with a loose leash. This is her second day in the Board & Train Program, and we can’t wait to see her progress over the next 3 weeks!