Rope Toys For Dogs – Knowing The Risks and Rewards
Dog Trainer Training from Animal Behavior College prepares futures for those interested in animal careers. Effective exercise and play strategies is part of the approved curriculum. One strategy used to accomplish this is teaching the benefits of esteem-building with rope toys. There can also be risks involved. Therefore, it is helpful to know the ways you can play with your dog that maximizes fun through interactive play, without creating any behavioral issues down the road.
Rope toys are twisted or woven cotton ropes that fall into several categories. Some have multiple knots. Others have bones, hard plastic handles, or rubber balls attached to them. You’ll want to select rope toys that have significant length to them and will not fit into your dog’s mouth if playing alone or using them for a teething tool. Continue reading
ABC’s Dog Training Program Educational and Physical Requirements
To get accepted into Animal Behavior College’s dog training program, students must meet specific educational and physical requirements. This is because our three-part program consists of academic study, volunteer work and a hands on externship, all of which demand a certain education level and physical ability. Read on to find out if you qualify to enroll in our exciting program.
Dog Trainer Schools, like Animal Behavior College, that promote the well being of your pooch, love to pass on fun training tips as well as essential ones. Teaching your pup how to shake hands or ‘give me your paw’ is a great way to keep the fun going.
A great way to teach this fun trick is to capture the behavior, reward it and then name it. Since most dogs will paw you to get your attention, it is easy to ‘catch’ the behavior.
Here is a simple way to teach the ‘shake’ cue. Continue reading