Over the coming months, we will be publishing a series of articles exploring the stories behind our female dog trainers at Highland Canine. Our trainers provide canines for a multitude of purposes, including service dogs for autistic children, police dogs for detection and apprehension, and most recently, conservation detection dogs to protect and preserve our […]
It’s Thanksgiving and the tables are so filled with food that it’s nearly impossible to find a secure spot for that last place setting. Family is arriving from near and far, cheerful and ready to go in their expandable trousers. Christmas decorations are beginning to appear, festive music is beginning to play and countless Black […]
He is our Lead Instructor, student mentor and advisor and school program organizer. Working tirelessly year round to ensure the success of every student who enters the International School for Dog Trainers while making sure that their experience is as rewarding as possible, Greg Vaughn has taken the feast of responsibilities delegated to him and […]
If you’ve happened across our website, there’s obviously a strong possibility that you may be a dog owner. Something we often take for granted are our responsibilities as pet owners – for the safety, happiness and health of our pups, and of those around us. Annually, the AKC designates a day in September to help […]
Are training tools, such as prong collars and remote collars, really necessary? Can’t dogs be trained without them? What would life be like if they were banned? Read the entire article to learn more about these questions and this common debate.
Socialization is a critical aspect of dog training. It ensures that your pup behaves safely around other dogs, humans and in different environments. Learn more about its importance and how you can find time to socialize your dog – even if you have a busy schedule.