Dog Training Advice and Beyond
Are you looking for dog training advice? Read these interviews with Top Pet Trainers and other professionals in the field. Learn their stories and their best tips to help you better understand and bond with your furry best friend.
Here, at Dog Training Excellence, we strive for and promote
continuous learning. That is why we ask the best in the field for fresh
and new ideas. The more we learn, the better we will understand our pet
And we can learn from many people in different fields from groomers to vets to trainers to artists.
We thank pet experts for their willingness to
share their ideas and tips with us. We value their time, opinions, and
dedication to all pets around the world. Please check out our interviews below!
Kelli Bannert, Author and Dog Trainer.
"Your dog isn’t stupid or stubborn. It just doesn’t know what to do, and you need to show them what to do. Service dogs don’t pop out of the womb knowing what to do and how to do it. They have to be shown how to do it, over the course of several years. "
Nicole Wilde, Author and Behavior Specialist.
"Probably the most obviously "wolfish" characteristics we see in dogs is prey drive. The difference is that while wolves have the entire sequence--search,
eye-stalk, chase, grab, bite, kill--our dogs have truncated sequences."
Nikki Moustaki, lively dog trainer and recognized pet expert.
"When training isn't going my way, I immediately switch to
something else. If I'm training a recall and the dog is as jumpy as a
jumping bean, running around like mad, maybe I'll turn that into a game
-- follow me, I have treats! I just want to open the lines of
Abby Harrison, knowledgable Houston dog trainer.
"Dog training professionals read books, watch videos by
various knowledgeable scientists and trainers, attend seminars and
we have email groups which allow us to pick other trainer's brains
if we need help. We live to bring you the most up to date
information to help you in any way we can about your situation."
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