Training will help your dog to take part in your life and be a safe and valued companion. If you give your dog plenty of companionship and exercise, training will be much easier.
Read more about dog training in the Dog Training section
Dog Training - Let Reason Prevail Over Force!, by Roger Abrantes
Why dog trainers will have to change their ways, by John Bradshaw
A Punished Dog Is an Aggressive Dog by Stanley Coren
The Weasel Files Part Two, by Jean Donaldson
What's wrong with this picture? Effectiveness is not enough., by Susan Friedman
What is Positive Training? by Victoria Stillwell
Animal Learning is not Breed-Specific, by Kelly Cottrell
Finding the Right Dog Trainer - Harder Than You Think, by Anne Springer
How to Chose a Trainer, by the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB)
Dog training products. How to chose training gear by Pat Miller
Which types of collars and harnesses are safe, by Dr Sophia Yin
Electronic Pet Fences: What You Need to Know. Blog post on the risks of electronic fences by Eileen Anderson.
Companion Animal Psychology. The science of people's relationships with their pets.
Doggone Safe. Website dedicated to dog bite prevention through education
Family Paws. Resources for Parents
The Family Dog. Practical and fun solutions for the whole family.
ASPCA Dog Care. Useful dog training and behaviour info.
Best Friends. No-kill animal shelter in the US with lots of good info.
The Muzzle Up Project. Advocating the use of muzzles as important safety tools.
Eileen And Dogs. Blog by Eileen Anderson
Blind Dog Training. Enhancing the lives of blind dogs.
The Inquisitive Canine. Blog by dog trainer Joan Hunter Mayer
Your Pitbull and You. Website dispelling myths about pitbulls
Conditioning Your Dog to Love Nail Trimming by Kelly Cottrell
HELP! My dog ... pulls! by Bina Lunzer
Counter Conditioning Less Stress More Success. Walking leash-reactive dogs in urban environments by Urban Dawgs