"Ask the Dog Guy" with John Wade

"Ask the Dog Guy" with John Wade

Puppy and Obedience Training Without Food or Fear

Another Dumb Idea To Keep Children From Being Bitten By Dogs

– Posted in: Columns, Newsletters

WARNING – Long A virtual dog could soon be used as an educational tool to help prevent dog bites, thanks to an innovative project led by the University of Liverpool’s Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) – University of Liverpool. “Meet the virtual pooch that could help prevent dog bites.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 25 August 2018. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/08/180825081739.htm. Here’s why [...]

Stupid “Dog Trainer” Tricks

– Posted in: Columns, Newsletters

Watch the video below and decide about this variation on ‘Might Is Right’ Dog Training. Multiple Choice For fear of being beaten, will these dogs learn?: To avoid this garbage pailTo avoid all garbage pailsTo avoid this garbage pail when this human is watchingTo avoid the garbage pail when any human is watchingTo avoid humansTo [...]

Two Mature Dachshunds Fighting Out of The Blue

– Posted in: Aggression, Dachshund

I have two 7-year-old dachshunds (Max & Louie) that have been together since they were puppies., They are from different litters and different parents. I have never had any problems, they have always gotten along great. Recently, Louie (the normally laid back and submissive one) has begun displaying dominant behavior towards max (the normally outgoing [...]

Pit Bull Extremely Fearful of Thunderstorms and Fireworks

– Posted in: Behavior Problems, Columns, Fear and Anxiety, Fireworks, Newsletters, Pitbull (Pit Bull), Thunder
fear of thunderstorm and fireworks

My 8-year-old pitbull Nala started to become extremely fearful of thunderstorms and fireworks a few years ago. Every summer after the first few storms and fireworks happen she turns into a nervous dog. She doesn’t want to go out past 6 pm. She is constantly looking around “waiting” for something to happen. She starts shaking [...]

Powerful Stud of a Cane Corso Aggressively Protective of His Food and Toys

– Posted in: Behavior Problems, Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff), Columns, Mastiff, Molosser, Newsletters
Female Cane Corso With a toy

Our Cane Corso (named Tito) is about 14 months, and he is just a very powerful stud of a dog. He is extremely playful and well tempered, he responds to commands extremely well for a 14-month-old ball of muscle with extremely high energy, however, after adding a 2nd into the family pack Tito has become [...]