Articles and resources regarding positive training and behavior modification in canines have been made available here to better help your learning process and spread awareness of essential information.
Speaking of Barking... | Mile High Dog magazine, June/July 2017
The (Successful) Adoption Option | Mile High Dog magazine, December 2016/January 2017
Tired Dog vs. Dog Tired, Is a Tired Dog Really a Good Dog? | Mile High Dog magazine, August/September 2016
Keep Up the Good Work, Maintain What You Train | Mile High Dog magazine, April/May 2016
Must Be Present to Win…It’s More Important Than Scoring the Goal | Mile High Dog magazine, December 2015/January 2016
Why Didn’t Obedience Classes Work? The Right Tool for the Job | Mile High Dog magazine, June/July 2015
Nothing to Fear. It’s Okay. You’ll Be Fine. | Mile High Dog magazine, February/March 2015
Enjoying Summertime with Dogs | Mile High Dog magazine, July/August 2014
Living at Peace in the Pack…Without Feeling Outnumbered or Outsmarted | Mile High Dog magazine, February/March 2014
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