As climate change and other factors cause destruction and danger across the planet, how can conservation detection dogs help? We spoke to Jacqueline Staab, who handles Darwin – a German Shorthaired Pointer who is trained to locate Alpine bumblebee nests.
What is the free dog behavior clinic offered by Highland Canine Training? Many of our local clients are familiar with Highland Canine Training’s free behavior clinic that we host from time to time at our facility in Harmony, North Carolina. This dog behavior clinic was originally formed to help our students who attend our School […]
January is National Train Your Dog Month. Find out the benefits of a well-trained dog, and learn different ways to keep them physically and mentally stimulated this year!
In the United States, dog breeding in recent decades has been focused almost entirely on one thing – what will sell. We all know a fellow dog owner who chose a new dog or puppy based primarily on its looks, and not on its energy, temperament or suitability for their lifestyle or household environment. In […]
Welcome to the second installment of our ‘Women and Working Dogs’ series, exploring the stories behind our female dog trainers at Highland Canine. Our trainers work with canines for a number of purposes, providing fully trained service dogs, police dogs and conservation detection dogs for individuals and organizations across the United States. In the first […]
It’s a new year, and a new decade. Read our list of New Year’s Resolutions which could benefit you and your dog!