When a dog bites you, it’s important to know what to do. Not only should you take care of the wounds medically, but, to prevent harm to others, you need to file an official report if your dog bite injuries are serious. Each year in the U.S., there are close to 5 million dog bite […]
Did you know that Bichon Frise training can be tricky? That's because Bichons are among the top 10 most difficult breeds to train.
Your new puppy will need informal training like socialization and housebreaking right away.
Later she'll need to have obedience training and you will need to be the alpha dog in your Pack.
Knowing why dogs bite people will help you prevent aggression issues with your Bichon Frise. While dog bites are not always predictable, with a carefully chosen dog and good training, most incidents can be avoided. Every year in the U.S., dog bites put 14,025 people in the hospital. The average cost for a dog bite […]
We all love those cute little barks that welcome us when we come home. But, if your dog does not learn when to bark or not to bark, you may find yourself initiating dog barking training. All dogs bark. This is the way that they communicate with you and with each other. And, just as […]
Submissive urination or submissive peeing is not a potty training issue. Both male and female dogs urinate submissively and some dogs even have a genetic tendency to do so. We see submissive urination in both puppies and older dogs, as well. Puppies have an undeveloped bladder and most will eventually grow out of the problem. […]
Coprophagia or the disgusting habit of a dog eating poop, often starts when a dog is young. While we really do not know why a dog eats poop, there are ways to stop the habit! Dogs with coprophagia eat their own feces, feces from wild animals, other dogs or cats and even human feces if […]