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Canine Learning Theory (How Dog's Learn)
February 26, 2020
Ever wordered about how dogs can learn to do all of the amazing things like fetch items or guide a visually impaired person. Or maybe just how does your dog learn to sit when you ask them?
In this article, we briefly dive into the science behing how dogs learn and how they develop good (or bad) habits or behaviors.
Dogs and Babies
December 7, 2019
Bringing home a new baby is an exciting time for everyone in the house, including your dog. Routines that your dog has been accustomed to are likely to be disrupted, and you may not have the same amount of time to devote to your dog as you once did. Amidst all the changes and excitement, your dog may share more of your stress than enthusiasm. Preparations before and after the baby arrives home can help ease your dog’s mind that a new member of the family doesn’t mean he’s out of the pack.
The Airborne K9 Obedience Guide
December 8, 2019
In this document, you can get a refresher on some of the most common obedience commands such as "Sit", "Down", "Place," and "Recall." This resource will give you the step by step instructions that our trainers use with their personal dogs and that we share with our clients during our personal lessons! Just picked up your dog from their Board and Train program and wondering how the trainers got your dog to learn all of these awesome new skills? The secrets are all right here!
A Guide to Separation Anxiety
December 13, 2019
In this guide, you will learn some of the factors that may contribute to separation anxiety in dogs and some ways you can prevent the development of separation anxiety in your new dog. This guide will also begin to discuss how to address the symptoms and underlying causes of separaion anxiety.
Choosing the Right Breed for You
This is a brief guide to the different breed groups that dogs are broken down into. Before selecting your new family member, its important to understand what to expet from the breed you ultimately decide on. Even if you are bringing home a mixed breed dog, you can still anticipate some of the same breed traits from whichever breeds your new pup may have.
Airborne K9 Potty Training Guide
December 23, 2019
Airborne K9's Potty Training guide is a step by step guide to help you potty train your new puppy, or an adult dog that is having accidents in the home. This simple and easy to follow guide has a ton of helpful tips and explains why our methods are so effective!
January 25, 2020
Continued Exposure is a process you can use to prepare your new dog as they integrate into your family. This program is essential if your family already includes at least one dog. Adding another dog to a home with at least one dog already can be a tricky situation, but we can help!
February 2, 2020
Any dog has the possibility of being in a situation where they may be required to wear a muzzle. Every dog has a potential to bite in stressful or emergency situations. Muzzle conditioning is a great way to ensure if the time comes that your dog needs to wear a muzzle, that it does not add more stress to an already stressful situation.
Proper Dog Introductions
January 25, 2020
Introducing two dogs for the first time can sometimes be a tenuous situation. Our program for dog introductions is your dog's best chances for successful dog introductions! This step-by-step guide will give you the confidence to help your dog build positive experiences making new friends.
Improving Your Relationship with Your Dog
February 14, 2020
One secret of deepening any sort of relationship with our dogs is providing them with leadership they can trust. You, as a dog owner, are the most critical component of a dog's hierarchy. You are the compassionate authority, the good parent, the benevolent pack leader, even if the pack consists of just you and your dog. Once you understand how to be your dog's pack leader, the real relationship with your dog begins.
Reward Good Behavior
December 2, 2019
Such a simple concept sometimes gets lost in all of the complexity that many dog training techniques involve. The first and most basic concept of dog training and learning in general is reward any behavior you want to produce more often!