OLK9 Dog Training Blog

The Off Leash K9 Dog Training Blog

Cleveland Ohio’s OLK9 Dog Training Blog is here to help you learn all you need to know about dog training. We talk about training methods, the Off Leash K9 Training advantage, and we give you practical tips you can do at home to get that obedient dog of your dreams!

Yes, we train hundreds of dogs every year. But equally as important, we train dog owners! Helping you understand why your dogs do the things they do can only make you a better dog owner and bring peace to your family.

Off Leash K9 Training is the world’s highest-rated dog training company. And our Cleveland Off Leash K9 location is one of the best!

Enjoy our Blog and check back often for more tips and dog training information!

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Dog Training
Daniel Carter

How Do Dogs Sweat? A Guide to Keep Your Dog Cool

Key Summary Dogs primarily regulate their body temperature through panting, not sweating like humans. Sweat glands located in their paw pads play a minor role in thermoregulation, aiding in cooling during extreme heat or stress. Panting is the primary mechanism

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Best of Cleveland
scottmckellam

9 Dog-Friendly Stores in Cleveland, OH

9 Dog-Friendly Stores in Cleveland, OH Dog ownership in the US isn’t what it was decades ago. Dogs have become integral to many households, serving as loyal protectors, beloved companions, and cherished family members. According to the latest statistics, approximately

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Best of Cleveland
Daniel Carter

16 Best Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Cleveland, OH

16 Best Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Cleveland, OH Ready to plan a doggy lunch or dinner date with your canine companion? Then you’ll need the most comprehensive list of Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Cleveland! Clevelanders love their pets and love it even

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Dog Training
Daniel Carter

The Importance of Corrections in Dog Training

How to do corrections in Dog Training. All you have to do is a quick search on the internet to find a sea of people with the opinion that you should never correct your dog…that corrections are abusive and outdated,

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