COVID-19 Updates

March 27, 2020 It’s been one week since Wags & Wiggles temporarily closed by state mandate for the virus.  I have been reading that Waggers are geting a little stir crazy inside the house.  Dogs are getting tired of their boring walks and feeling the anxiety of their humans. If our April 20th reopening date holds, you only have 24 days left until we play again. Here are my best resources to kill your boredom. Our Online Classroom is still … Read More

Wags Owner Qualifies for World Team Agility Tryouts!

You may know Laurie Zurborg, owner of Wags and Wiggles, as the dog nanny that created Disneyland for your dog. She also has a passion for the sport of Dog Agility! Laurie has represented the USA on World Agility Team twice before, traveling to Italy and Netherlands. Laurie started training her first Agility dog in 1995. Dog Agility has changed a lot in that time — it is even being considered for the Olympics. Her first Agility dog, Foster, an Australian Shepherd/Springer … Read More

Meet Journey, the Latest Wags & Wiggles Rescue!

Wags & Wiggles has a new rescue up for adoption! Journey is a beautiful tri-colored, female purebred Australian Shepherd. She is a spunky 1-year-old rescue that is still discovering the world. This sweet girl was originally owned by a college student who adored her, but just did not have time for her. She is currently enrolled in our Board & Train program at our Tustin facility. We hope to have a new forever home lined up by the time she … Read More

Dog Daycare Drains the Swamp

Dog daycare has many benefits for dogs and the humans who live with them. Behaviors that your dog has that you may find annoying are genetically hard-wired into their brain. As early as 2 weeks of age, you can see puppies already wrestling and biting each other as part of their environmental exploration. Dogs who aren’t provided an outlet for their natural desires will start to build up tension. Dog daycare can drain the swamp of pent up energy, bringing harmony back to … Read More

6 Ways to Calm Your Reactive Dog

Reactivity is when a dog over reacts to things in their environment. These reactions can include: barking, lunging, and growling. However, these reactions do not make a dog “aggressive.” Reactivity is not uncommon in dogs. It may stem from the dog’s genetic make-up or could be from a lack of social experience or a particularly scary experience. Having a reactive dog can be difficult to handle. It makes it hard to go out on walks, to the park, or being … Read More

The New Puppy Guide!

Did you recently get a new puppy, but have no clue where to start on introducing it into its new life? This guide is a master list of all of our puppy training resources – from old blog posts, to training programs we offer. We want to help you raise your puppy to be the dog you’ve always dreamed of. Where to Start? Bringing a new puppy home and introducing them into your life is not always easy. Puppies require … Read More

Free Canine Enrichment: “Roll It”

Roll it The aim of the Canine Enrichment game “Roll It” is to teach your dog a new skill or strategy to solve puzzles. Many dogs will just try to destroy any canine enrichment puzzle versus trying to figure out the solution to the game. Teaching a dog a skill like “roll it” will make them more thoughtful in their problem solving strategies.

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