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Ramp Training Guide Socialization Exercise Step by Step

2016-12-15T15:53:44-05:00Categories: Wisteria Goldens Blog|Tags: , , , , |

 

Ramp Training Guide Socialization Exercise Step by StepRamp Training Guide Socialization Exercise Step by Step

The training tips in Ramp Training Guide Socialization Exercise Step by Step are designed to allow your pet to become comfortable with an incline as well as the ramp. This is suited for puppies over 10 weeks old and dogs of any age.

Ramps are good for a dog who:

1) Needs assistance climbing steps,

2) Is in training for obstacle courses, or

3) Needs assistance getting in and out of vehicles (the back of an SUV for example).

Ramp Training Guide […]

Grain Free Turkey & Berry Chewies

2016-04-27T12:27:04-05:00Categories: Goldens Health, Life's Abundance, Wisteria Goldens Blog|Tags: , , , , , , |

Grain Free TurkeyYour dog will love this mouth-watering, Grain Free Turkey recipe featuring free-range turkey, pumpkin, and three berries.

Treats are for nutrition as well as training treats. When the treat is made with Free Range Turkey (a premium protein) plus the raspberries, blueberries and cranberries provide (for an antioxidant boost) the treat is more than just a treat.

Grain Free Turkey & Berry Chewies

Choosing a treat is just as important as choosing the food you feed your pet. We choose food and treat which enhance our dog’s health.

Find a variety of treat options […]

Best Relationship Book – Guest Post – Book Review

2016-06-16T06:50:52-05:00Categories: Getting Lifestyle Right, Training & Tips, Wisteria Goldens Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

The Best Relationship Book – Guest Post - Book Review We would like to share a note we received recently. The Best Relationship Book – Guest Post - Book Review. “If a Dog’s Prayers Were Answered, Bones Would Rain from the Sky: Deepening Our Relationships with Dogs” by Suzanne Clothier.We would like to share a note we received recently. The Best Relationship Book – Guest Post – Book Review. “If a Dog’s Prayers Were Answered, Bones Would Rain from the Sky: Deepening Our Relationships with Dogs” by Suzanne Clothier.

Dear […]

On Cue Communication Development for Dog Training

2017-07-22T16:31:43-05:00Categories: Getting Lifestyle Right, Training & Tips, Wisteria Goldens Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , |

On Cue Communication Development Training Approach Wisteria Goldens English Cream Golden Retriever Dog Training Getting Lifestyle Right seriesOur Dogs develop an ability to respond on cue when we have taught them what each of the cues mean. Dog training would be better referred to as Communication Training as the quality of the relationship and communication skills we have with our dogs becomes most evident when we are attempting to direct them.

The following are basic cues. As we discussed in our previous post (“Teach Your Dog the “Down” Command”) beginning is a […]

Teach Your Dog the ‘Stay’ Command

2016-02-04T08:18:16-05:00Categories: Getting Lifestyle Right, Training & Tips, Wisteria Goldens Blog|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Teach your dog the stay command a training by wisteria goldensTeach your dog the “Stay” command to build upon your communication and relationship building process. This is an important foundational training to build self-confidence and provide guidance ensuring safety.

Click here to see our Training Guide.

Teaching your dog to “stay” works best when they have already mastered the sit or down command.  We use stay most often with the down command knowing we want our dog to down/stay for a bit.  We use the “wait” command when we want them to stop […]

Teach your dog the ‘Down’ command

2016-02-04T08:16:03-05:00Categories: Getting Lifestyle Right, Training & Tips, Wisteria Goldens Blog|Tags: , , , , , , |

Teach your dog the down command a guide to dog training from wisteria goldensTeach Your Dog the ‘down' command is a guide to communication and dog training. The down command is one of the communication words which will build upon others and provide a foundation for your dog's basic training.

The next training will be ‘stay' to companion with the ‘down' training. Click here to read more.

Training Tips: Teach your dog the ‘Down’ command.

Clicker Training is about “capturing” a behavior you want from your puppy/dog and then clicking and treating that behavior. […]

Dr Sarah Highlight – Veterinarian Visits

2016-02-17T08:45:44-05:00Categories: Life's Abundance, Wisteria Goldens Blog|Tags: , , , , |

Dr Sarah Six Steps to Fear-FreeTM Vet VisitsDr Sarah Highlight: Dr Sarah has created an abundance of informational resources for The Life's Abundance Blog. Each week we would like to share highlights from Dr Sarah's new and popular topics. This week we highlight her best Veterinarian Topics.

Six Steps to Fear Free™ Vet Visits

Dr Sarah says “For some pet kids, trips to the veterinary clinic can be quite traumatic.” If this is the case for your pet kids this video will focus on ways to help your pets and […]

Back to School Plan for Stay At Home Dogs

2015-08-15T15:51:01-05:00Categories: Getting Lifestyle Right, Training & Tips, Wisteria Goldens Blog|Tags: , , |

It is Back to School time! For your dog this means sudden routine changes, a reduction in opportunities for playtime with people, and being at home alone more often than during the Summer Holiday.It is Back to School time! For your dog this means sudden routine changes, a reduction in opportunities for playtime with people, and being at home alone more often than during the Summer Holiday. Be sure to include your pet in planning your new busy schedule, keeping ‘routine’ in mind, so he/she can become familiar with the new flow […]

English Cream Golden Retriever Disability Companion

2016-03-25T06:05:30-05:00Categories: Training & Tips, Wisteria Goldens Blog|Tags: , , , , |

English Cream Golden Retriever Disability Companion Dogs Blog on Wisteria GoldensAssistance dogs are “empowering people for independence” in more ways than ever before. Thanks to dog training organizations, like Power Paws, the needs of more people are being addressed by training assistance dogs. The contact with a healing companion and help with daily needs combine to enhance each person’s life in miraculous ways.

English Cream Golden Retriever Disability Companion

Nathan and his companion service dog Sandra (1:52 in the video below), show us how these remarkable Disability Companion Dogs are being taught to sense […]