K-9 Activities For During And After Quarantine

It seems like over night K-9 owners became in sync with how they lived. Work stopped, nationally places had to be listed as “essential’ in order for them to remain open, and more time was then spent at home with K-9 companions. If you follow K-9 Behave on Instagram you may have seen these imagesContinue reading “K-9 Activities For During And After Quarantine”

Returned To The Shelters & Finally Adopted: The Case of Hero & Zoey

Hero & Zoey were adopted into the same home after both of them being sent back to the shelters multiple times. Their current owner was determined to keep them so she contacted K-9 Behave. With Hero (left), though small, he was jumping on people, leash pulling, chewing furniture and not listening. He had no conceptContinue reading “Returned To The Shelters & Finally Adopted: The Case of Hero & Zoey”

Practical K-9 Training Results

Basic commands used for everyday walks. Simplicity is key. In this video we show a trained K-9 responding off leash to commands. This quick reaction builds trust between owner’s and their K-9’s. Making everyday outings more enjoyable and removing fear if you accidentally let go of the leash. “A SHORT TERM PROCESS FORTHE LONG TERMContinue reading “Practical K-9 Training Results”

K-9 Meet & Greet Service

One of the services that we offer here at K-9 Behave is the “K-9 Meet & Greet.” Many K-9’s are the only dogs in the home and are reactive when other humans come to visit. This aggressive behavior can even apply when there are multiple dogs in the home with their combined energy response. YouContinue reading “K-9 Meet & Greet Service”

Keeping K-9’s Out Of Shelter’s Through Training

We are often contacted by owners who have gotten puppies (including adult K-9’s) and they were not fully prepared for the responsibility of caring for a pet who may have been caged all it’s life, abused and neglected, has aggressive behaviors towards humans or other animals, is scared of other K-9’s, or was found asContinue reading “Keeping K-9’s Out Of Shelter’s Through Training”