Often people are seeking advice on how to incorporate their family with their dogs. In response to this request, we have attached the following Dr. Yin charts that show pictures as well as a small write up on each picture. These are all great suggestions for all families and children [...]
A dog is a commitment that shouldn't be taken lightly. Before buying, you need to evaluate your daily lifestyle and how a dog will affect it. A Rottweiler needs plenty of attention, exercise and care over the course of its life. It needs to be well trained, well fed and [...]
The Settle Exercise will teach your dog to accept you and your family as leaders. Each dog in your "pack" must understand that being handled for grooming, vet exams and in general is not optional. The dog/s must accept and tolerate handling without biting, struggling or otherwise trying to take [...]
Interpreting Your Rottweiler's Vocal Tendencies In training and observing Rottweilers, a common problem I have noticed is with the dog who "grumbles". I have had people call me in hysterics because their precious little five month old Rottweiler is growling at them. They immediately assume he's gone over the edge [...]
My dog just tried to bite me! All I did was tell him to move over so I could sit on the couch next to him." "My dog got into the trash can and when I scolded her, she growled at me. What's wrong with her? I thought she loved [...]
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