Moving Into a New Home With Your Dog

Moving Into a New Home With Your Dog  I don’t often talk about my personal life here on my website blog, but recent events is relevant to my point here in this article. Within twelve months, I have had to move into three different homes. Every time it was no fault of my own, but … Continued

What To Expect When You’re Expecting: Baby Training For Your Dog

What To Expect When You’re Expecting: Baby Training For Your Dog  Earlier this year, I saw more and more dog owners getting ready to become parents. While the joy of a new baby was there, there was also worry regarding the relationship between their dog and their new baby. “What if my dog becomes protective … Continued

Three Dogs, One Household

Three Dogs, One Household  There are dog lovers out there that have big hearts and want to take in as many fur babies as they are able to. When it comes to professional dog training, I have visited and helped many multiple dog households. The situations have varied – some where only one dog out … Continued

Redirection: How To Effectively Deal With Playful Nipping

Redirection: How To Effectively Deal With Playful Nipping  Let’s face it: puppies like to nip. Not only is it a way to cope with teething, but this is also a puppy’s way to communicate and explore. When they’re little, a puppy’s nipping can be tolerated, even when it’s on our belongings or fingers. But as … Continued

The Three D’s: Distance, Duration, and Distraction

The Three D’s: Distance, Duration, and Distraction Before I became a professional dog trainer here in Atlanta, I worked at a doggie daycare as a kennel technician. I learned a lot from this job, finding myself asking more questions about dog behavior and training. I met many dogs and spoke with their owners at the … Continued

Training At An Early Age

Training At An Early Age  Here at my dog training Atlanta company, Peachtree Dog Training, I offer several types of programs for my dog friends. I’ve always had puppy training, which is catered more to owners wanting to learn the very core basics of raising a young dog. It generally covers house breaking, basic commands, … Continued

Why Sign Up For a Group Training Class

Why Sign Up For a Group Training Class  My primary specialty is in-home dog training for a variety of canine behavioral issues, such as housebreaking, aggression, separation anxiety, destructive behavior, and much more. However, I have received countless requests for some type of group setting for dog training. Many people have seen or even tried … Continued

Can Fear Aggression Be Trained Out Of A Dog?

Can Fear Aggression Be Trained Out Of A Dog?  There is a lot of debate on whether or not aggression can be trained out of a dog. Particularly with fear aggression, many people have doubts on whether a dog can permanently come to terms with their fear, or at least learn to handle their fears … Continued

Carlos & Stella – Sibling Aggression Case Study

Carlos & Stella – Sibling Aggression Case Study Recently, I started offering the Cribs and Canines training program, a training regimen designed to help current and expecting parents on how to handle their dogs while everyone adjusts to a new baby in the home. This program is very important to me because I have seen … Continued