Tag Archives: Patricia McConnell

Dog Books. Dog Books Everywhere.

I recently ordered a bunch of dog training/behavior books from Amazon. I just finished reading (and underlining! I do lots of underlining) the first one — Fight! by Jean Donaldson. I’m thinking of maybe writing reviews on the dog books … Continue reading

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Teach Your Dog a Sit/Stay with Release Cue – Kikopup Style

Note: This is one great way to teach your dog a stay, but it’s definitely not the only way. I now think that teaching a separate “stay” (instead of having it automatically built into a sit or down cue, as … Continue reading

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Housetraining Your Dog – Simple Steps to Success

Note: This blog post is currently being edited & updated. Thank you so much for your patience. 🙂

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Dilemma of the Day: “Dominance Aggression”?

I originally included these thoughts in my recent blog post, “Discussing Dominance Theory (Deep Breaths, Everyone)”. However, in an attempt to keep the information more organized and make everything an easier read, I am giving the aforementioned its own post … Continue reading

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Discussing Dominance Theory (Deep Breaths, Everyone)

For the past couple years, I have begun to research dog behavior and training as extensively and best as I can. One concept that I struggled with immensely was that of “dominance.” I did not feel that I ever found … Continue reading

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