September 5, 2023 -
Unleash the True Potential of E-Collar Training with the FOB Educator
July 12, 2023 -
In-home private training sessions are best for several types of issues, including: easily distracted dogs working on basic command vocabulary, dogs whose misbehavior occurs in or around the home, and dog-on-dog aggression in multiple-dog homes.
June 14, 2023 -
Many owners wonder whether or not they should be taking their dogs to a dog park.
Many owners swear by them, and many trainers discourage them, but what’s the truth? Like many things, it depends.
April 21, 2023 -
Every trainer at Chill Out Dog Training specializes in solving misbehavior issues, including biting, nipping, fighting, snarling, playing too rough, jumping up, etc. Dog behaviorists spend their time addressing more severe problems. No government agency licenses or certifies dog trainers or behaviorists in the United States. All certifying organizations are private. Many organizations have methodological preferences that they require their members to adhere to both in examination and in practice. Chill Out Dog Training has looked at the standard training models and taken them further. We work on the most necessary behavior change, accommodating as needed to find traction, which helps us gain traction where behaviorists have stalled out.
February 20, 2023 -
If your dog is a rude greeter, over excitable, jumps on other dogs, or plays too roughly, this blog post is for you.
Here, you’ll learn how to reduce your dog’s rude or rough behavior when interacting with other dogs and become active in changing your dog’s social behavior.