Elizabeth with Upward Dog Colorado is your person! They believe in Positive Reinforcement. She has been working with our foster and adoptive dogs. We are learning so much from her. You can get in touch with her at firstname.lastname@example.org or...read more
Dogs and Chocolate: Get the Facts Most of us have heard that chocolate can make dogs sick. But how serious is the risk? By Salynn Boyles WebMD Pet Health Feature If your canine companion is more family member than pet, you may be in the habit of sharing the foods your...read more
13 Tips for Dog Friendly Hiking Here are our dog friendly hiking tips that we want to pass on. 1 – Make sure your dog is in good physical condition Begin with long walks in your neighborhood before you start short hikes in the woods. Work up from there. Believe it or...read more
Dogs Pulling on Leash Don't let your dog pull you around. Essential leash training tips to keep your dog from pulling. By September Morn Posted: March 5, 2012, 9 a.m. EST Why dogs do this A dog pulls on the leash for several reasons: • Sees, hears, or smells something...read more
What is bloat? Gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV) is also known as "bloat," "stomach torsion," or "twisted stomach." Bloat is an extremely serious condition, and should be considered a life-threatening emergency when it occurs. There are no home remedies for bloat,...read more
Upward Dog Colorado
Upward Dog Colorado is a positive reinforcement-based dog training company. The foundation of our training is the established connection between human and canine. By focusing on that connection, you and your dog will strengthen your bond, gain trust in each other, and learn to communicate effectively.