1. How to Exercise Your Dog Indoors, Part Two

    In our last blog, we looked at three different ways you can exercise your dog while staying indoors: running the stairs, playing mind games, and using a treadmill. There are many reasons why you may not be able to take your dog outside on a given day, but it is important to do your best to ensure that they still receive exercise on these days. Here, we will look at three more ways to exercise your dog while staying inside. Play hide and seek A great way to stimulate your dog’s mind is by playing hide and seek with them. Have your dog sit and stay, and find somewhere nearby to hide. Start by …Read More

  2. How to Exercise Your Dog Indoors

    Daily exercise is important to keep your dog healthy and happy. They need both physical and mental exercise every day, but sometimes, going outside is not a viable option. It might be too hot to safely play outside, it might be raining, or your might be feeling under the weather. Whatever the reason, it is still essential to do your best to give your dog exercise on these days. Over the course of the next two blogs, we will be looking at several tips to help you exercise your dog indoors. Run the stairs If you have stairs inside your home, exercising your dog inside can be a pretty simple task…Read More

  3. What Makes an Effective Walk, Part One

    If you have a dog, one of your essential responsibilities should be a daily walk. Including a daily walk as part of your training game plan is something we, your Greenville dog training experts, highly recommend. In this two-part installment, we will be going over both the benefits gained from an effective walk, as well as tips for how to properly walk your dog. Physical exercise This is probably the most obvious benefit of walking your dog. A good, long walk can be beneficial for you as well. Dogs require daily exercise, and a walk is a great way for them to get it. Mental exercise Dogs don Read More

  4. Four Tips For Helping Your Dog With Separation Anxiety, Part Two

    Last time, we touched on two great methods to begin getting your dog’s separation anxiety under control: getting your dog started with obedience training early in life, and staying calm as you leave the home. In this installment, we will look at two more things to keep in mind as you tackle this issue with your furry friend: Exercise Before leaving the house, it is important that your dog is well-exercised, both physically and mentally. Be sure to spend the necessary time each day to do some physical exercise, such as playing in the yard, going on a walk or run, or agility training. It is al…Read More

  5. Four Tips For Helping Your Dog With Separation Anxiety, Part One

    Separation anxiety is one of the most common problems that many dog owners experience. This can manifest itself in many different ways, and none of them are desirable! Luckily, this is something that you can (and should) address. With the proper training and hard work, your dog can overcome their separation anxiety over time. In this two-part blog series, we will be looking at four tips for helping your dog deal with their separation anxiety. Here are the first two: Start training early Puppy classes help to set a solid foundation for the rest of your dog’s life. If you get your dog as a pup…Read More