• Pup Out of Water: Creating a Safe and Enriching Environment for Your New Puppy
    By Rhea Northcut CPDT-KA ABCDT Anyone who has recently had a pup knows how much work puppies can be and how they can get into a lot of trouble. The problem with puppies (and dogs) living in our house is...
  • The Power of the Cookie Jar
    By Maureen Patin CPDT-KA Founder/Head Trainer What a Great Dog Training Centers Setting up treat stations around the house will take your dog training to a whole new level! Being able to quickly reward...
  • Destructive Doggies – Tips for Survival
    By Maureen Patin CPDT-KA, Founder/Head Trainer of What a Great Dog! Training Centers Does your dog get into everything in sight while you’re away? Preventing this takes some time and effort, but...
  • Raising a Puppy while Social Distancing
    In many ways this can be the ideal time to add a puppy to your family.
  • Our Favorite Things
    By Maureen Patin CPDT-KA , Founder / Head Trainer of What a Great Dog! Training Centers Don’t you just love that feeling of finding a great product that really works for your life.  Here at What a Great...
  • Is Now the Right Time to Adopt your Next Dog?
    By Maureen Patin CPDT-KA ,Founder / Head Trainer of What a Great Dog! Training Centers Some of my fondest childhood memories are times I spent with our family dog. Still as an adult, I look to my dogs...
  • Keep Your Dogs Safe During the Holiday!
    Fireworks and Fido just don’t mix! 🐶 💥 Here are some tips to keep your dogs safe for the 4th of July 🐾 Keep your dog at home while you enjoy the outdoor festivities. Loud noises and big crowds...
  • Beat the Heat: Summer Safety Tips for Your Dog!
    With triple digit temperatures, it’s important to make sure your furry friend stays cool. Here are some tips to make that happen!
  • April Showers Bring… Potty Training Problems!
    Having trouble getting your dog to go potty in the rain this morning? This can be a tricky problem… especially if you’re in the midst of housebreaking a puppy. It only takes a few accidents...