10 Resolutions for Rover (Part 5)

Welcome back to the Suncoast Dog Blog. We are on the tail end of the series “10 Resolutions for Rover." We have covered 7 resolutions so far, and today we will explore resolutions 8 and 9. 

Resolution #8: Resolve chewing problems.
Many people complain about their dog chewing on all of the wrong things. . . .

10 Resolutions for Rover (Part 4)

Welcome back to the Suncoast Dog Blog! We are in the middle of the series "10 Resolutions for Rover." We are halfway through our list of resolutions to help you have a better relationship with your canine companion. Now, without further delay, here come resolutions 6 and 7. 

Resolution #6: Take a walk with your dog.
Now that you are using the right tools, get out and walk with your dog. Walking your dog is an extremely healthy activity. Not only is it good exercise for both of you, it also gives you a chance to spend meaningful time together.  .  .  .

10 Resolutions for Rover (Part 3)

We are in the middle of the series “10 Resolutions for Rover” in which we are discussing ten practical and easy training tips to help you have a better relationship with your fur baby. Three resolutions have been introduced thus far, and we continue on today with numbers 4 and 5. 

Resolution #4: Make training a lifestyle-do it every day.
Set aside 2-3 minutes, two-three times per day for training. . .

10 Resolutions for Rover (Part 2)

Last week, we began the series “10 Resolutions for Rover” in which we are discussing 10 practical training tips for the New Year. The hope is that we can help you have a better relationship with your furry best friend.  We began with Resolution #1: No Jumping. Today we continue on in strong fashion to numbers 2 and 3.

10 Resolutions for Rover (Part 1)

Let me start by wishing everyone a Happy and Prosperous 2016! Isn’t the New Year great? A clean slate. A fresh start. New beginnings, new purposes, new goals. We are full of resolve, hope, and determination for the year to come. While the New Year is typically a time when we focus on improving ourselves, I have a challenge for you this year. Resolve to improve your dog’s behavior. When you consistently work with, and spend time with your dog, something special happens. It becomes a way of life with your furry best friend. You experience all of the joys of a well behaved dog, and a much deeper bond is established with your canine companion. I submit to you 10 Resolutions for Rover. Practical tips to help you make life with your four-legged friend better than ever.