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AnimalSensibility is the place to turn to for all of your dog training answers. Collectively, our staff has more than 75 years of extensive and comprehensive experience in dog training and behavior and of course, total dedication to dogs. We are active members of several professional organizations, regularly attend seminars and conferences and are happily obsessed with obtaining the most up-to-date training and behavior information available — and then passing it along to you. This blog is our opportunity to do that on a much larger scale. Our trainers will share new training techniques, case studies from the many classes and private lessons we conduct each week all over Chicagoland, stories from our time volunteering with rescues and shelters, as well as our experiences with our own dogs.

 

Creative Enrichment For Your Dogs

In the zoo world we use the term “enrichment” a lot. We define it as any item that encourages natural behaviors. Because zoo animals are provided with everything they need to survive, we need to give them ways to practice the natural behaviors they would use in the wild. As pet owners we also do […]

Continue Reading     |     August 14, 2014

The Unpredictability Factor

I think one of the most important things I have learned while being a zookeeper is that both wild and domestic animals can be unpredictable, no matter how well you think you know said animal. The main reason for this is because our world is unpredictable. We may try to control our environment, but it […]

Continue Reading     |     June 12, 2014

Training with Multiple Dogs

When I got my first dog Dexter I was fresh off an internship at the Shedd Aquarium and full of training momentum. I worked with Dexter every day, a few times a day, on anything from obedience to tricks. It was fun and easy. Then we got Delilah and all that changed. I couldn’t just […]

Continue Reading     |     April 3, 2014

101 Things to Do with a Box

Mental stimulation is very important in everyone’s lives, including our pets. Training is a great way to help your dog reach his mental stimulation quota each day. It also helps to burn off some energy while in the comfort of your own warm home. Sometimes, however, just working on the same behaviors can get boring […]

Continue Reading     |     February 25, 2014

The Yellow Dog Project

I have a reactive dog named Delilah. By reactive, I mean she is very nervous and scared on walks and in a few other situations. She expresses this by barking and lunging or whining and running away. I am unsure why she is so scared or what she is scared of, but I do know […]

Continue Reading     |     January 17, 2014


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