Cold Nose College Blog
We walk, think, and dream dog…
Seems our dog brains rarely power down, and there has to be a depository for all our musings. We hope you enjoy this ongoing collection of our training thoughts, with a bit of CNC news thrown in here and there.
Teach Your Dog to Target. Nose Targeting, Paw Targeting, Shoulder Targeting—Each is Useful, Your Dog Will Love It and So Will You!
Targeting is the first thing I teach my dog. It’s also one of the first things I help a client teach their dog. Targeting is easy to train, dogs love the exercise, and once trained there are myriad of uses
I’m pet sitting for friends this weekend and have the pleasure of walking a different dog in another neighborhood. It’s been a nice change of pace, especially after being mostly homebound due to the pandemic. Why Dogs Enjoy Sniffing During
Education today is easier than ever, thanks to virtual learning. And that includes virtual dog training. No matter what you call it; virtual learning, remote training, online learning, remote learning, distance training, or distance learning, you can teleport yourself and
These powerful lessons can improve your overall relationship with your dog and improve his behavior as a positive side effect. Almost 30 years ago, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Dr. Stephen Covey was published for the first time. The
How did it get to be mid-December already? With six trainers here at Cold Nose College we’re always trying out new products and talking about products we love. Here are a few trainer tested favorites: Sheepskin Tug
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