3 reasons you should train your dog

Happy Friday everyone! Today’s post from deltacanine.net discusses three reasons you should invest your time in training your four-legged furry companion.

1.Training your dog further strengthens the bond between canine and handler

The more time you spend working with your dog, the better the communication. You will pick up on subtle clues as […]

The prong collar is the best collar for training

Hello again from us at deltacanine.net. This posts comes to you after conducting some dog training in Nashville, TN with a 10 month old Great Pyrenees dog. Ruger is a sweet pup and a quick learner. We were working on leash walking and basic sits and stays. After only one session using the leash and […]

The Heeling Post: Man’s best friend for teaching your dog to stay close

Hello again from us at deltacanine. Hope everyone is having a productive 2017 so far. Today’s post is about the heeling post.

William Koehler, creator of the Koehler Method of Dog training, uses the heeling post to teach the dog to stay with the handler when in close proximity to objects or poles. Its a […]

Need versus want in dog training

Hello again from deltacanine.net with more thoughts on dog training. This post is coming at you from the gorgeous mountains of Colorado. Its so pretty out here. Ok back to dog training.

We had the opportunity to fly back to Texas to see family a couple weeks ago. It was great seeing everyone and as […]

After action report from a different philosophy of dog training

Hello from deltacanine.net. In today’s post I recap some of my takeaways from a training opportunity with a trainer of a different methodology.

I recently had the opportunity to observe some training using methods that I don’t prescribe to. It was a good experience getting to see the other side of the aisle. Although I […]

Dogs can be smart weapons

Hello again from us here at deltacanine.net.

Something has been brewing in my mind the last couple of days thanks to the comments on one of Dyask9 Instagram posts. Basically Dyask9 said dogs can differentiate between friend and fo or threat and non threat after someone brought up the story about the police k9 that […]

Why you need a protection dog: An example

Hello again from us at deltacanine.net. Today’s post is a more serious one. In it, I describe a situation in which I believe a protection dog made the difference between a non event and a serious, life altering experience.

A woman was working late at night at her office by herself and her protection dog. […]

Getting you and your dog ready for going out into public

Hello again from us at deltacanine.net. Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. In today’s article we discuss training you and your dog for that dreadful public experience.

Understandably, taking your canine from the nice comfortable and controlled training environment and thrusting them into the real world with real people, (not other handlers), real dogs (that […]

Teaching my dog to load up

Today’s post from deltacanine.net is about teaching your dog how to load up in your car. The video below shows me training my 2 year old Dutch Shepherd, Scout to enter the vehicle through the open passenger window but you can tailor these steps to have them enter the car through the trunk or open […]

New Logo on my shirt!

Special thanks to Addie at On Par Creations for getting my logo for deltacanine.net on my shirt! It looks fantastic and I couldn’t be more pleased with her work.

Me rocking my new logo-ed shirt with my regal beast, […]