"Ask the Dog Guy" with John Wade

"Ask the Dog Guy" with John Wade

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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 [...]

Best Dog Training – Different (and best) Puppy and Dog Training Methods

– Posted in: About Me, Before You Buy a Puppy – Essential Reading List, Before You Buy a Rescue Dog – Essential Reading List, Breed, Buying a Dog, Columns, Might is Right Dog Training, My Services, Newsletters, Puppy Stuff, Tips

A Brief Pros & Cons Best Dog Training Guide for Puppy & Dog Owners (Click on the image below or this link to go straight to the free eBook) What is the best dog training method for puppies or older dogs? Finding the best dog training for a dog has become a bit confusing for [...]

Puppy Mouthing Nipping and Biting

– Posted in: Aggression, Might is Right Dog Training, Newsletters, nipping and biting, Puppy mouthing, Puppy Stuff
puppy mouthing nipping and biting

If you have a puppy mouthing nipping and biting problem in spite of following the instructions of a trainer or online recommendations, here is the very likely reason why. Almost every bit of information companion dog owners receive on the topic of puppy mouthing nipping and biting is wrong, doesn’t work and ironically lays the [...]

Dog Nervous Around Child

– Posted in: Aggression, Behavior Problems, Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff), Columns, Mastiff, Molosser, Newsletters
dog nervous around child

I recently acquired a 2-year-old female Italian mastiff. She is a great dog, acts great around the adults, but something freaks her out when someone is on the floor. She is great with our 8-year-old grandson but nervous of the 1-year-old who spends a lot of time on the floor, she sometimes abruptly butts him [...]