Therapy dogs share unconditional love with everyone they meet. If you know a special therapy dog, then these gift ideas may be the perfect way to say thank you to that special pup and his/her handler.Read More
If you're training your dog to be a therapy dog, you may be feeling overwhelmed at the number of skills you and your dog must master.
Visiting a variety of places is important. Each destination holds new sniffs and distractions for your dog. If you want to gauge whether or not your dog will respond on cue, then exploring a variety of settings is a valuable use of your time.
This practice will also offer you different opportunities to work on distinct skills to help your dog become a certified therapy dog.Read More
Are you looking for a flexible dog obedience training class that fits your busy lifestyle?
After Lizzie graduated from Puppy Obedience Class, I needed just that! Ruff House Dog Training & Behavior Modification offers a drop-in Dog Obedience Park Class, which is a perfect way for me and my favorite girl to spend an afternoon.Read More
Change up where you go with your dog for walks. Vary their sniffs. Vary the distractions. Vary the scenery. Your dog will love exploring new places and you'll be less bored too.
If you absolutely cannot vary up where you take your dog for a walk, even temporarily, at least take different routes or rest in different spotsRead More