Our Night Time Oral Care Routine

Brushing your dog’s teeth is very important for your overall canine companion’s health.¬† Because of that I do my best – I do forget once in a while – to brush her teeth every night. 188 more words


What do you smell yourself doing next year?

How we view the world. Our outlook on life. Our vision for the future. Alexandra Kurland wrote an amazing blog on the metaphors we use. So many of our are based on sight. 242 more words

Pet and Family Session: Yolande the Animal Behaviorist

Last weekend, I got to meet an animal behaviorist. What does that mean? Basically, she is not just a dog trainer – she’s a specialist in dog and cat and will help you understand better your pet’s actions. 54 more words

About me

Hi, my name is Ariel and I am a local dog trainer in Toledo, Ohio and surrounding areas. I wanted to start this blog to share some common advice and tips on caring for, raising, and training puppies and dogs. 193 more words

About Me

Logan - Part 28 - bad behaviour?

When bad behaviour is preferable to the alternative. Just a short blog today. Yesterday (part 27 https://glasgowdogtrainer.wordpress.com/2018/01/09/logan-part-27-resurgence-and-spontaneous-recovery/) we discussed when the barking and bouncing pops back out under certain circumstances. 241 more words

Logan - part 26 - what we take for granted

I’m picking away at several books just now as part of my own learning. One of them is The Archaeology of Mind by Jaak Panksepp and Lucy Biven. 407 more words

Logan Part 25 - BAT sessions

BAT sessions with Logan. Finding the sweet spot where his under threshold and still aware of the other dogs has been and continues to be challenging for us. 345 more words