The Importance of Basic Obedience – Dog Training Queens NY Blog

The Importance of Basic Obedience – Dog Training Queens NY Blog Basic obedience training is necessary in order to have a healthy human-dog relationship, just ask our fellow dog trainer in Nashville. It sets the tone for what is expected of your canine companion and it lets them know early on who is in charge. … Continued

Dog’s Need Physical and Mental Exercise – Queens Dog Training Blog

Dog’s Need Physical and Mental Exercise – Queens Dog Training Blog  When choosing a dog breed, many people base their decision solely on aesthetics. Numerous dog owners are guilty of selecting a dog breed that requires more exercise than they are willing and able to provide. There are several determining factors that influence the frequency … Continued

Why Dogs Need Leadership – Queens Dog Trainer Blog

Why Dogs Need Leadership – Queens Dog Trainer Blog  Recently, I had an in-home consultation with a woman who was trying to get her aggressive Australian Shepherd under control. The dog had bitten her boyfriend and was becoming territorial, behavior she attributed to the fact that she hadn’t “established dominance.” Similarly, I had another consultation … Continued

We Train Dogs…and Their People! – Excelsior Dog Training Queens

We Train Dogs…and Their People! – Excelsior Dog Training Queens Our Queens dog trainer prides herself on helping ALL dogs and building up an incredible success rate here in New York. There isn’t some great magical secret behind Excelsior Dog Training’s success other than an understanding of operant conditioning, canine behaviors and shaping, consistent boundaries, and … Continued

Champ: Cat Reactivity Case Study- Dog Training Queens New York

Champ: Cat Reactivity Case Study- Dog Training Queens New York Throughout my dog training career here in Queens, I have worked with dogs that live with other animals; commonly, there might be another dog or two, or even a cat in the household. Many dogs are not naturally aggressive towards cats…sometimes they just want to … Continued

Cody: Dog Aggression Case Study – Dog Training Queens Blog

Cody: Dog Aggression Case Study – Dog Training Queens Blog We’ve all seen dogs play and rough house with each other. This is normal play behavior with dogs and shouldn’t be a major concern. However, there are dogs that will engage in this typical behavior, and at times, will take it a step too far. Dog … Continued