It’s Your Dog’s Life:

Why you should focus on what your dog CAN do, and not what they CAN’T. Brittney Frazier, CPDT-KA, Found Chicago Boarding and Training Center Prior to adopting and welcoming a new dog into our home for the first time, we all imagine the lifestyle andRead more

Dogs are People, Too! The Effect of Individual Dog Personalities on Training

By: Brittney Frazier, Found Chicago Boarding and Training Center Have you ever heard a person referring to their dog as their child or family member? Our country and its culture is notorious for celebrating their pets as human beings, going so far as to walkingRead more

A Lifetime of Learning – The Importance of Dog Training Longevity and Maintenance

By: Brittney Frazier, Found Chicago Boarding and Training Center Have you ever heard of a person refer to their dog as “trained” or that their dog needs to be “trained?” The notion that dog training is an event which happens only once during the courseRead more

How Much Does Your Dog Enjoy the Dog Park?

High energy dog socialization and its effect on our canine companions by Brittney Frazier, Found Chicago Boarding and Training Center Taking your dog to the dog park seems like a no-brainer. How often do our pets really get to stretch their legs and run when livingRead more

Pack Mentality – Preventing Turmoil Within Groups of Dogs

By: Brittney Frazier Within the last few months, my home has been strained with more traffic than usual. Even as a dog trainer who has opened her home to many rescue dogs in need of home exposure, the amount of foster dogs cycling through myRead more

Obsessive and Excessive Behaviors in Relation to Anxiety in Dogs

By: Brittney Frazier – Dog Trainer, CPDT-KA, APDT There is probably a distinctive memory in everyone’s childhood of their mother reminding him or her not to chew their fingernails because it’s a “bad habit.” Sure, submitting to compulsion will most likely begin a habit youRead more