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October 24, 2016

How To Stop Your Puppy From Biting

Picture this: you just got home with your new puppy, and you’ve never been happier. You’re snuggling on the couch, playing in your family room, roughhousing…and then the first bite. OUCH. Puppy biting hurts more than you could’ve imagined, and it has to be the first thing to go. Private dog trainer Tamar Gellar knows […]

Tips for Dog Owners, Training

Puppy Crate Training

There are specific characteristics to look for when it comes to picking out a private dog trainer for your puppy: Trust, Compassion and Knowledge. Trust that your puppy is in good hands at dog training Los Angeles; compassion to ensure your dog is being understood; knowledge that your trainer knows what he or she is […]

Tips for Dog Owners, Training
October 11, 2016

Dog Obedience Training

It’s your first day with your new pup and everything seems ideal. You’re satisfied with your decision to add to your family by adopting from the pound, and you can’t wait for that inseparable bond everybody always talks about. Suddenly, you hear it: A growl. That excitement quickly turns to fear that your new dog […]

Tips for Dog Owners, Training
October 6, 2016

Best Dog Training Near Me

The motivation to get a dog differs for every person. Some seek friendship; others are on the hunt for a running buddy. Regardless of the initial reasoning and regardless of the individual, we’re all ultimately looking for the same end goal: somebody to love and for somebody to love us. According to private dog trainer Tamar […]

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September 26, 2016

Owners Actions on Their Dogs Behavior

Every dog has its own idiosyncrasies that are often a mirror of his owners’. Working with a shepherd mix that was found tied up in Tijuana, Mexico, was a very rewarding experience. Toby was covered in bleeding sores when he came to a training vacation with me. I took him to the vet and started […]

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September 25, 2016

Aggressive Dog Training Los Angeles

Just like people, dogs can cover up insecurities with bombastic behavior and even aggression. I was working with two huge males Great Danes that were acting in an aggressive manner whenever anyone came to their front door. I was the fourth private dog trainer they had, basically meaning nothing in the past had worked, whether […]

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September 22, 2016

How To Train A Boxer Puppy

One of the more priceless moments that come with bringing a new puppy home is the amount of excitement and curiosity that all family members share with one another. The atmosphere is new and there is a lot to see and learn about each other. Boxer puppies especially, known for their high energy and courageous […]

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September 21, 2016

How To Train A Rottweiler

Rottweilers are known for their sense of stability and confidence. Their stereotype as an adventurous and high-energy dog will not shock you, especially as puppies. A negative stereotype that they also have, however, is aggression. Although this turns people away, what most don’t know is that you can train a Rottweiler just as you would […]

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September 16, 2016

How to Train a Dog to Sit

When it comes to training a new puppy, it’s all about starting with the basics. First and foremost: How to train a dog to sit. There are endless tricks to initiate this process, but the number one fundamental starts with you-to not get frustrated when it doesn’t happen right away. Puppy Trainer Tamar Gellar compares […]

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September 15, 2016

How To Leash Train A Dog

A dog is nicknamed “man’s best friend” for a multitude of reasons. They’re loyal, comforting and require the same six human needs Tony Robbins believes we need to live a happy, fulfilled life: certainty, variety, belonging, significance, growth and contribution. However, instead of contribution, dogs need physical activity. The easiest way to get this daily […]

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