Good Karma. Bad Karma. Experience Sarah’s journey to doggy enlightenment.
Why do some owners steal away their dog’s poop? This savvy dog knows!
These two disciplines seem to have as much in common as wood carving and water skiing. Discover what the connection is between their not-so-disparate learning fundamentals.
Little Timmy came to Skilled Mutts Company as a referral. He and his dog savvy owner, Lisa, are featured in this captivating blog. Read how this Chihuahua dictated start times for lessons, and how Lisa taught complete strangers how to help a dog meet new people.
Building a fearful dog’s confidence takes time, a well-thought-out plan, and an owner with “the right stuff”. Kody came to Skilled Mutts Company as a referral, and he is featured in this special blog. Read about his journey through fear, along with his owner’s experiences raising a “velcro-dog.”
Most mainstream businesses offer some type of incentive plan to their employees. Lessons from the corporate world can also apply to the dog training world.
Are smaller dogs just too small to do any real tasks? Do you need to have a big dog? Are the little ones only good for companionship? Not necessarily! Small dogs can be great candidates for the job!
Sometimes the things we think are the simplest to do may require extra care and consideration. Perhaps extra information is required to truly obtain your goal. Making the perfect PB&J sandwich can be harder than it looks. So can training your dog.
Have you ever counted how many times your dog chewed while eating? Likely you would need fewer than all 10 fingers. Usually a dog’s rapid consumption of food is of no consequence – But beware of food bloat.
People can unexpectedly stop to stare at something, and for very long minutes. They have good eyesight, so what gives? This dog wants to know!