• Speaking Dog

    March 14, 2017

    "My dog's feelings are hurt" or "My dog is mad at me" are a couple of the many phrases I often hear my clients tell me. Ever wonder what your dog is telling you? Dogs communicate mostly with body language signals. Learning to interpret these signals[...]

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    Is this The Right Dog For Me?

      Choosing a dog can be a difficult and confusing decision! Should I get a puppy or an adult dog? Should I adopt a dog from a shelter or a rescue organization or should I find a breeder with a litter? What breed is best for me?  These are [...]

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    Daisy and I Time sure does fly when you're having fun!!! Daisy and I started Carolina Dog Training 10 YEARS AGO - May 2006! And, this is how it happened: I'd been teaching adult learners at a community college and had just celebrated another [...]

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    Snapshots

    May 27, 2016

        Family members and friends get a bird’s eye view into the life and progress of their Residency Training pups with regular pictures and videos taken at home and in the community where we practice and polish skills so they [...]

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    Is it just me, or did this year fly by?! A lot of changes happened - amazing ones and heartbreaking ones. But, one thing is true: I've grown and learned a lot and came out of it with my feet firmly planted, my senses about me, smiling, more sure of [...]

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    Dogs are just bundles of love, and something that we all cherish as precious members of our family. But what do we do when these four-legged comrades put on too many pounds? You are most likely feeding exactly what the bag says to feed but they [...]

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    You'll need one felt tennis ball, a sharp knife, 1 smelly, crunchy treat. With a sharp knife, and a careful hand, cut a slit along one of the seams in the felt tennis ball, Then pull it slightly apart and place the treat inside and watch your dog [...]

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    Ball Tin Puzzle

    September 24, 2015

    You'll need a muffin tin with 6 compartments, 6 tennis balls, 1 smelly treat. Place the treat under one of the 6 balls and watch your dog go to town using his nose to find it!

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