Dog Training and Health Care - the Keys to a Happy Pet

"No Matter how little money and how few possessions you own, having a dog makes you rich." (Louis Sabin)

Dogs are our friends and companions. They ask for little and give back so much in return. With a little time and effort to devote to training, the human-pet relationship can be strengthened. Dogs like to know what's expected of them, and training with help them learn this (and dog training, surprisingly, helps to teach people how to behave with their dogs, too!).

Senior Dog Care: How to manage and care for our aging pets in their "retirement" years.

Dog Training Tips: Why is it important that dogs know basic obedience? Why should even a small dog be taught?

Dog Behavior: Did you ever experience a neighbor's dog barking into all hours of the night? Don't blame the dog... us humans just need to learn how to change and manage a dog's behavior. Good doggy manners are essential to a happy home!

Dog Health: Good physical health is critical to your pet's sense of well-being, since it lets them lead a "dog-worthy" life filled with lots of play-time, running, and other fun doggy activities. Browse this section for a list of some common dog health problems, and what to do if you suspect something is wrong.

Puppy Training: These adorable balls of fluff need training, too - and house training's a good place to start!

Dog Supplies: The right stuff makes training easier and more convenient for us humans (and sometimes even more fun for the dog, too).

Dog Treats: What dog doesn't love a good snack? Treats are a great way to reward your dog during training. Plus recipes for homemade, gourmet treats for your pooch.

"A dog can express more with his tail in minutes
than his owner can express with his tongue in hours."