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Coming very soon! On 5-4-2017 our website should be complete. And then.....We will be uploading short instructional videos by our Trainers. We hope you will enjoy and get great training tips for your pups. Thanks!!!
Lee Wastler Trainer
Sometimes pet behavior problems seem overwhelming, but many can be managed with the application of a little knowledge and a little effort. Let me help you solve these issues.
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One of the most basic and accepted pieces of dog psychology is introduced through the signal of the trademark tail wag. It’s widely accepted by nearly everyone from people who have never owned dogs to authorities in dog psychology that a wagging tail means that a dog is happy, but it’s a more complicated matter than you may think. It is true that when a dog is happy, they wag their tail. However, this is only true when the tail is being wagged to the right. If it’s wagging to the left, it’s indicative of fear. Low tail wags mean nervousness, and rapid tail wags mixed with tense muscles can be a sign of aggression.