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Positively Dog Training Episode 401

Posted on: April 2, 2015 - 1 Comment

Victoria and Holly catch up on what they’ve been up to. They talk about Victoria’s two new web series, and what Holly’s been up to with CNN. Also on the topic list are dog shows and the various controversies at Crufts, and stress-relieving training tool Adaptil. And you won’t want to miss this episode’s Ask Victoria questions.

Victoria Talks About Solving Behavioral Problems on HLN

Posted on: November 15, 2013 - 1 Comment

Victoria joined anchor Mike Galanos on HLN this week, where she answered questions from viewers about how to solve common behavioral problems such as jumping, begging, and peeing in the house. She also gave her top 5 training tips for training a new puppy, and even spent some quality time on-camera with one of the Read More

Positively Dog Training Episode 319

Posted on: February 23, 2013 - 1 Comment

The stay cue, Banana Joe the Affenpinscher, Dognition exclusive discount, cold weather tips, indoor scent marking, eating before your dogs, bad bedtime behavior and Jane's Addiction.

No Jumping

Posted on: July 1, 2011 - 14 Comments

Dogs jump for many reasons. Don’t we like to see people’s faces when we say hello? Jumping while greeting is a great way for a dog to get your attention. Some dogs will jump from sheer excitement. Ever feel so excited that you just want to leap around? Excitement produces physical energy and this energy Read More

Ask Victoria – Mary Johnson

Posted on: June 6, 2011 - 5 Comments

Dear Victoria, I have a pit bull that’s a year and 3 months. He’s a good dog, but have only one problem. When he hears the door bell he gets very hyper, and when a guest comes over he jumps them at the door. He jumps on them and is all over them. How can Read More

Extinction: Bad for Dinosaurs, Good for Canine Behavior

Posted on: January 3, 2010 - No Comments

The dictionary offers a few definitions for the word “extinction.” The first is, “the death or ceasing to exist of all members of a species or family of organisms.” That describes what happened to our hapless prehistoric friends. The one that applies to canine behavior is, “the decreasing or dying out of a behavioral response Read More

Dogs that jump

Posted on: June 15, 2008 - 11 Comments

I am fortunate to receive letters from dog owners all over the world. My show- ‘It’s Me or the Dog,’ has been broadcast in over twenty countries and fortunately the message of responsible ownership is also spreading to far off places such as Brazil, Dubai and Hong Kong. If I personally answered all the training questions I receive from dog owners I would be spending the next two years on my computer. I don’t have the luxury of time, so I will attempt to answer some frequently asked questions via this blog.