1. How to Teach Your Old Dog New Tricks

    The old adage “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” is an incredibly old saying that dates back to the 1500s when the original author, Anthony Fitzherbert, used it to express that once a person has spent more than half their life in bad habits, it is difficult to teach them a different path.…Read More

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    How to Make Puppy Training Fun

    We’ll bet that based on the article title, you are wondering fun for who? Well, both of you! Your puppy doesn’t have the attention or patience for a full day at puppy school and we doubt that the constant repetition and discipline is fun for you either. Think about your own training and memory r…Read More

  3. 6 Basic Commands Your Dog Should Know (Or Learn)

    It’s no doubt that you love your dog unconditionally and want to show him or her off to all of your friends and family, as you should. However, it’s important that your dog is well behaved in order for everyone to have a positive experience. While there are hundreds of commands that your four-le…Read More

  4. I Adopted A Dog, Now What?

    Congrats, you are officially a fur-baby parent! The excitement of finally getting your dream dog and bringing them home is incredible, to say the least. While it is fun and new, it can also be a bit overwhelming when you realize how much your daily routine changes with that cute ball of fur. Don’t…Read More

  5. 5 Things You Should Know Before Adopting A Dog

    Choosing to add a furry friend to your family is one of the best decisions that you can make. Whether you’ve had dogs before, you have a dog now, or you’ve been eager to add a four-legged friend to your family, adoption is an excellent opportunity to take advantage of. That being said, adopting …Read More

  6. I am so grateful to Sonny and Sit Means Sit…

    I am so grateful to Sonny and Sit Means Sit… I was lost and scared that I would have no choice but to put my beloved Alaska down. I had reached a plateau with a previous trainer that left me with nowhere to go, and little faith that Alaska’s severe aggression could or would ever change. I wasn…Read More