(Video and Photo credit to Aki Yamaguchi Photography) It’s almost that time of year for kids to go around trick or treating, but any time is the right time to teach your dog a new trick for a treat. Many dogs respond well to positive reinforcement in training, especially food rewards, and it’s good for…Details
Like President Obama, August is my birthday month, and birthdays are cause for celebration, whether they’re your own or somebody else’s. Another year may not seem like much, but by being on Earth while it goes around the Sun once, which is what a year is, you’ve traveled nearly 600 million miles. Since a year…Details
I’ve logged a lot of miles taking my Cesar Millan LIVE show around the world. On a typical tour, like South America, my tour Pack and I logged about 20,000 miles, and that was just in the air. I’m back on the road again, touring in Asia with shows in Malaysia, Thailand, China, Taiwan, and…Details
Summer is the perfect time of year to focus on the “Exercise” part of the fulfillment formula! Try new activities, visit a new location, and enjoy the sunshine and your dog’s companionship.
No matter what physical activity you engage in, it is important to watch for signs of dehydration: lethargy, sunken or bloodshot eyes, dry gums, increased heart rate, paleness, and loss of skin elasticity. Make sure your dog has access to clean, fresh water at all times!Details
This is one of the greatest experiences for human and dog alike, as you set out together, just like your ancestors did when dogs were first domesticated and came along on the hunt. It’s a great bonding exercise, and it’s a way for you to establish yourself as the leader of the pack (even if that pack consists of just one dog). The problem: a lot of national and state parks don’t allow dogs. The good news: there are plenty of other open spaces around the country where the two of you can leave the car behind, take to the trail and explore your world.Details
Some dogs take naturally to car travel; they’re the ones you see with their noses out the window, reveling in the ever-changing sights and smells. Others, however, may need a little coaxing, especially if their car trips always end up at the vet’s office. So, start out with short daily rides. Take her someplace nice, let her run around and have fun. Gradually increase the length of the rides. Once your dog is comfortable in the car, you’re ready to hit the road:Details