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Welcome to our Dog Blog with Free Tips!The Pooch Coach Daily Dog Blog with Daily Tips

Free dog training tips & other useful & interesting advice with cute dog pics every week.  Learn about all topics dog related, from training and behavior advice to fun facts about dogs.  The Pooch Coach also shares her clients’ stories with you, which she hopes will inspire you to work with your dog to help them become the best dog they can be.

 

Never give up hope!  Whether it’s a slight inconvenience or annoyance, or a scary, huge issue, you can always get help for your pup.  Check out some of the great success stories, get some tips, and then give us a call if you’d like to join the pack!

 

If there are any topics you’d like to know more about, let us know!   We’re always looking for great ideas to add to our Dog Blog with Daily Tips!

 

Simple New Year Resolutions for You and Your Dog

Simple New Year Resolutions for You and Your Dog

Simple New Year Resolutions for You and Your Dog   Here are some ideas for a happier and healthier 2018   Simple New Year Resolutions for You and Your Dog 1. Everyone can use more exercise! It’s hard to get into new routines.  Many people join gyms

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The most common household toxicities that occur in dogs

The most common household toxicities that occur in dogs

The most common household toxicities that occur in dogs

Inevitably at some point your dog is going to get into something or eat something they shouldn’t. You may at first question whether or not they can even eat that and then there is going to be that moment of uncertainty in which you don’t know what you should do. Well, the first thing you should do is call your veterinarian. If your dog ingested something that could be toxic there is some vital information your veterinarian is going to want to know.

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Train your dog to come

train your dog to come

Train Your Dog to Come   It’s imperative to train your dog to come on command. It is probably THE most important, life saving command! Dogs not only need to learn  to come to you whenever you call, but even to strangers – in case they get lost and need help

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5 Ways To Create A Dog-Friendly Garden

5 Ways To Create A Dog-Friendly Garden

If you’re thinking about bringing a dog to your home, one of the things that you have to consider is that your house and your garden should be safe and pet-friendly.

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December 2017 News & Tips

holiday tips for dogs

December 2017 News & Tips | Holidays are great, but sometimes they can be stressful for people. And, of course, that stress can be passed on to our pets. We can also get distracted with everything that is going on, and neglect our pups a bit.

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Holiday Tips for Your Dog

holiday tips for your dog

How to keep your dog safe for the holidays: Holiday tips for your dog   Holidays are great, but sometimes they can be stressful for people. And, of course, that stress can be passed on to our pets. We can also get distracted with everything that is

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Look at Me

look at me command

LOOK AT ME   I usually introduce “look at me” by adding it to the “stay” command. Often when dogs are in a “stay” waiting to get their food, treat or toy, they stare at the object and not at you.   I find about 50% of

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Healthy Dog Food and Treats

Healthy Dog Food and Treats

Healthy Dog Food and Treats I am sold on using only healthy dog food and treats for my dogs. I am done feeding my dogs kibble except as an occasional snack. After having one dog die of liver cancer at 8 years old, and another dog spend her

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November 2017 News & Tips

holiday tips for your dog

November 2017 News & Tips | More on dog socialization. Keeping your puppy safe prior to having their vaccinations, but still getting them out into the world

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October 2017 News & Tips

October 2017 News & Tips | Final Meetup of 2017 – Special event!  More tips for new dogs & puppies. This month’s tip is socialization.

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