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It's All in the Leash

  Please, no retractable leashes.  This is often seen on veterinary clinic doors, doggie event fliers, and usually are not permitted to be used during training classes.  While retractable leashes are a good alternative…
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Help! My dog is aggressive!

Here at Sit, Stay, N’, Play, we have had many clients call us wanting us to do a temperament test on a dog that displays what they perceive to be “dog aggression.” More often than not, they are mistaken.  Dogs communicate with body language…
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When Should Training Begin?

The short answer to this question is, immediately!  I often see new puppy parents enter into a fairy-tale relationship with a new puppy with the misconception that this sweet little ball of fluff will stay just as they are when you first bring…
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New Year, Better Behavior

Welcome to the very first edition of Sit, Stay, N’, Play Dog Park’s training blog! In this blog series we will address everything from basic obedience to solving larger behavioral problems such as aggression.  With the ringing…
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Upcoming Obedience Classes

Does your dog embarrass you in public?  Are you often telling your pup to stop jumping or pulling?  Does your backyard look like a mine field?  Is your family adding a new addition to the furry family before the New Year?  Do you have…
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Upcoming Obedience Classes

Does your dog embarrass you in public?  Are you often telling your pup to stop jumping or pulling?  Does your backyard look like a mine field?  Is your family adding a new addition to the furry family before the New Year?  Do you have…