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.
If there was one holiday dogs could vote to get rid of, I’m certain it would be the 4th of July. It’s such a celebratory day for us, but causes undue stress for so many of our furry friends. Did
In my first article on targeting you learned that targeting teaches your pet to touch an object with a part of his body. Dogs are most commonly taught to target an object with a nose or paw; but using shoulder,
What do a phone, a remote control, a clicker and a jar of treats have in common? They’re all within easy reach! What does your dog do? Here’s question for you: does your dog ever do something you like, on
Moving with a Dog: Shouldn’t a dog just “go with the flow” and adjust to a move? Ideally, yes. But moving with a dog (or any pet) can be a very confusing and potentially scary. Most dogs are comfortable with a
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