Puppy Crate Training

Puppy crate training is not cruel, in fact a crate can be useful in various situations, such as house training, a place to settle, travel, trips to the veterinarian or groomer. Here are some tips to make your puppy crate training successful. Make it Comfortable Your...

Dog Summer Safety Tips from a Miami Dog Trainer

Long, sun-soaked mornings and blue skies greet us every day this summer. The heat is unbearable, and all you can think about is quenching your thirst with a cool lemonade while sitting in a chilled room. At least, you can do all this without having to rely on anyone....

Dog Park Alternatives

You may have read our previous blog post about things to consider before visiting a dog park. If you have found that dog parks are not a good fit for you and your four-legged friend, don’t worry – we have you covered with other activities that will give you that...

Keep Your Pets Away From Bufo Toads

We are entering the rainy season here in South Florida. The weather is also getting warmer. This means the Bufo Toads will be more prevalent. They like to hide in dark, dank areas, such as under bushes, decks, tool sheds and the like. Imagine, you are fondly watching...

Heartworm Awareness Month

Is your dog showing signs of fatigue? Is this followed by a persistent cough, loss of appetite, and moderate activity? Then, your dog may have heartworms. Yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like ― worms in the heart! This disease can infect both cats and dogs, and the...

Resource Guarding in Dogs

Does your dog guard items, also known as resources? Has this ever happened? You tried to take your dog’s toy, and he curled his lip at you, or you accidentally bumped into him while he was eating, and he growled at you. These are all classic signs of resource...