Tiffany's K925

Tiffany's K925 Don't get rid of your dog... get rid of the problem. "Properly trained, a man can be dogs best friend." All Breed all age K9 Obedience, Trick Training and Behavior Modification

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Come check us out at the South Beloit Fire Departments Corn Boil!11am-10pm at Viking Lanes in South Beloit I will be the...
08/27/2021

Come check us out at the South Beloit Fire Departments Corn Boil!
11am-10pm at Viking Lanes in
South Beloit

I will be there with Libby and Logan doing demonstrations and available to answer your questions and schedule you in for sessions!
Don’t forget to ask about the raffle for some of my training programs!

Come check us out at the South Beloit Fire Departments Corn Boil!
11am-10pm at Viking Lanes in
South Beloit

I will be there with Libby and Logan doing demonstrations and available to answer your questions and schedule you in for sessions!
Don’t forget to ask about the raffle for some of my training programs!

08/24/2021

Checking in!
Is everybody okay?
We are under a watch until 8pm.
-TiffanysK925

Learning and training is never ending. There is always room for improvement.This is why it’s called Dog Training, not Do...
08/18/2021

Learning and training is never ending. There is always room for improvement.
This is why it’s called
Dog Training, not Dog Trained.
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Learning and training is never ending. There is always room for improvement.
This is why it’s called
Dog Training, not Dog Trained.
💕💪🏻🐕‍🦺

We are under a heat advisory. It’s best to refrain from outdoor activities as much as possible. Make sure too have fresh...
08/10/2021

We are under a heat advisory.
It’s best to refrain from outdoor activities as much as possible.
Make sure too have fresh cook water available for you and your pets.

Drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and check up on relatives and neighbors. Young children and pets should never be left unattended in vehicles under any circumstances.

Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. When possible reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or evening. Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Wear lightweight and loose fitting clothing when possible. To reduce risk during outdoor work, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments. Anyone overcome by heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location. Heat stroke is an emergency! Call 9 1 1.

We are under a heat advisory.
It’s best to refrain from outdoor activities as much as possible.
Make sure too have fresh cook water available for you and your pets.

Drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and check up on relatives and neighbors. Young children and pets should never be left unattended in vehicles under any circumstances.

Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. When possible reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or evening. Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Wear lightweight and loose fitting clothing when possible. To reduce risk during outdoor work, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments. Anyone overcome by heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location. Heat stroke is an emergency! Call 9 1 1.

08/08/2021

I put the same amount of devotion into my clients' dogs as I do into my own.
I have cried, sweated, and bled for them. If they are invested in their dogs, there's few lengths I won't go to for them.
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08/04/2021

I am not here to judge your situation.
I am here to help you find solutions.
-TiffanysK925-
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What time is it?The time is now. You have to be in the present now to help your dog. Training, management and leadership...
07/24/2021

What time is it?
The time is now. You have to be in the present now to help your dog. Training, management and leadership starts in this moment. So what are you going to do for your dog?
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TiffanysK925

What time is it?
The time is now. You have to be in the present now to help your dog. Training, management and leadership starts in this moment. So what are you going to do for your dog?
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TiffanysK925

07/24/2021

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Behavior is not who you are. It’s what you do. Dogs will not grow out of their bad behaviors but rather they will grow i...
07/20/2021

Behavior is not who you are.
It’s what you do. Dogs will not grow out of their bad behaviors but rather they will grow into in making these behaviors worse over time.
This is why Training our dogs is a must. Training develops our ability to communicate with our dogs and helps teach them an understanding of what to do and avoid what not to do.
We have to practice with our dogs daily to build their confidence and build muscle memory.
It’s important to understand that our dogs do not fail. We fail our dogs.
Dogs will only learn and will only act as well and behaved as we train them to be.
They only fail when WE have not prepared them for real world training.
Dogs are a reflection of our ability to train. Their emotions and skills mirror our emotions and what we teach AND practice.

When you hit that “brick wall” during training sessions where it just seems like you are not making any connection or any progress with your dog.. Stop. Just stop and take a look at what you are creating or potentially creating by trying to force moving forward.
Dog training is NOT a one size fits all training package. Sometimes we are required to think outside of the box to make that learning connection happen for our dogs. This may mean taking an extra step or two or it might mean skipping a step. Teach your dog as the individual dog they are. Your dog is not that “Instagram dog” or “TikTok dog” or “Facebook dog” or that dog on TV. This is your dog. Do not force your dog to do great things because it “looks cool”.
Training should never be rushed. It should be learned.
Worry about training the dog in front of you, not the dog you saw on social media. 💕

If you need help unleashing your dogs potential, message me today!

Behavior is not who you are.
It’s what you do. Dogs will not grow out of their bad behaviors but rather they will grow into in making these behaviors worse over time.
This is why Training our dogs is a must. Training develops our ability to communicate with our dogs and helps teach them an understanding of what to do and avoid what not to do.
We have to practice with our dogs daily to build their confidence and build muscle memory.
It’s important to understand that our dogs do not fail. We fail our dogs.
Dogs will only learn and will only act as well and behaved as we train them to be.
They only fail when WE have not prepared them for real world training.
Dogs are a reflection of our ability to train. Their emotions and skills mirror our emotions and what we teach AND practice.

When you hit that “brick wall” during training sessions where it just seems like you are not making any connection or any progress with your dog.. Stop. Just stop and take a look at what you are creating or potentially creating by trying to force moving forward.
Dog training is NOT a one size fits all training package. Sometimes we are required to think outside of the box to make that learning connection happen for our dogs. This may mean taking an extra step or two or it might mean skipping a step. Teach your dog as the individual dog they are. Your dog is not that “Instagram dog” or “TikTok dog” or “Facebook dog” or that dog on TV. This is your dog. Do not force your dog to do great things because it “looks cool”.
Training should never be rushed. It should be learned.
Worry about training the dog in front of you, not the dog you saw on social media. 💕

If you need help unleashing your dogs potential, message me today!

07/19/2021

When training, it’s not so much about teaching the dog commands, but rather teaching the dog HOW to learn.

It’s official!The date is set and our spot reserved for our local Corn Boil!We will be out doing Training Demonstrations...
07/15/2021
Welcome to TiffanysK925

It’s official!
The date is set and our spot reserved for our local Corn Boil!
We will be out doing Training Demonstrations with Libby and our new 8 month old puppy Logan!

Make sure to mark your calendars and save the date and come out to see us, meet us, for Q&A’s, raffles and more!

https://tiffanysk925.com/events-page

We will be out doing Training Demonstrations with Libby and you can meet our new 8 month old German Shepherd Puppy, Logan!

7/15 - 7/22Up to one and a half hours in person Consultation/Evaluation.Make sure to message me for more information and...
07/15/2021

7/15 - 7/22
Up to one and a half hours in person Consultation/Evaluation.

Make sure to message me for more information and to schedule in your session.

7/15 - 7/22
Up to one and a half hours in person Consultation/Evaluation.

Make sure to message me for more information and to schedule in your session.

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07/14/2021

How many of these can you relate to?

How many of these can you relate to?

Free to good home…
07/11/2021

Free to good home…

Free to good home…

07/11/2021
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My daughter got creative and made a small “intro”. 🥰

Message today and unleash the pawsibilities!

07/11/2021

Let sleeping dogs lie.

We have all heard this phrase.
It was coined by the author and poet, Geoffrey Chaucer in the 1300s.
The phrase” let sleeping dogs lie”
means that you should ignore a problem, rather than tackle it and risk causing more issues.
However, what if you take the phrase literally? 🤔

So often owners see their dogs sleeping and naturally we think.. “ 😍 oh my gosh! They are so cute!!! Just look at them stretched out and those little
“toe beans!” Then we reach down and start petting our dogs.
Sometimes we may accidentally startle our dogs awake or perhaps they just slowly wake up. Either way, we have disrupted their sleep. And most often it’s just for a few seconds of petting to satisfy our human needs.
Then we continue on doing what we were doing. Maybe our dogs fall back asleep and then again maybe they don’t. Many dogs get up, shake off and follow their owners wanting more interaction. However, now we are busy. We need to finish what it is we were doing before we saw how cute our dogs were and felt so compelled to interact with the sleeping “log”.
So maybe we tell our dogs “go lay down” until we have time for them later.

On average, it can take our dogs around 20 minutes to enter the REM sleep cycle. That’s when they start dreaming, and when you can see them twitching, yapping, or even barking.

Waking a dog from sleeping, especially a deep sleep, could startle them and actually create and cause a fear reaction leading to anxiety if they wake up suddenly.
This can also cause “accidental” aggression by our dogs reacting quickly. This means biting, nipping and lunging at whoever disturbed them.
Even the most well trained and even tempered dog can turn on you if they are startled.

Dogs need to be able to rest.
Without interruption.
They are napping and resting for a reason.
Perhaps they are super tired or even feeling a little depressed. Yes, animals can feel depression.
Perhaps they are tired from anxiety or maybe they even don’t feel good.
Dogs can’t speak human. So we have no way of knowing what’s going on in many of their moments.
Just the same how we can walk into our rooms, close the door and tell our family members, “please be quiet and don’t bother me. I’m going to take a nap.”, we need to be able to give our dogs that free space and time as well.

Even when we see our dogs having a nightmare, we should allow them to work through them. This is a normal process that should be allowed to come to a natural conclusion.

When we have bad dreams and are suddenly woken up from them, we are startled and scared. It can take us a few minutes to realize it was just a dream. Dogs can and do experience this same feeling.

We have all the time in the world to play, pet and love our dogs. However to simply wake a dog up from their sleep for our own selfish needs isn’t being a very loving owner.

If you have to wake up your pet from their sleep, make sure to do so safely. Use a gentle voice and keep your hands and face away from the bite zone.

07/11/2021

Progress only happens because we make it happen.
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07/07/2021

🚨 tornado warning until 2 o’clock pm.
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Seek shelter . 

Good boys get ice cream! 🥰#puppylife #germanshepherdpuppy #gsd #dogtrainer
07/04/2021

Good boys get ice cream! 🥰

#puppylife #germanshepherdpuppy #gsd #dogtrainer

Good boys get ice cream! 🥰

#puppylife #germanshepherdpuppy #gsd #dogtrainer

Happy Fourth of July!God bless America.Thank you to all of all US Military.All gave some and some gave all. You are Amer...
07/04/2021

Happy Fourth of July!

God bless America.
Thank you to all of all US Military.
All gave some and some gave all.
You are America’s Hero’s.

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Happy Fourth of July!
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God bless America.
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Let Freedom ring!
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Happy Fourth of July!

God bless America.
Thank you to all of all US Military.
All gave some and some gave all.
You are America’s Hero’s.

🇺🇸
Happy Fourth of July!
🎆
God bless America.
🎇
Let Freedom ring!
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07/04/2021

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Logan is out and about doing some training with obedience and behavior.Currently I’m helping my parents build a deck, so...
07/03/2021

Logan is out and about doing some training with obedience and behavior.

Currently I’m helping my parents build a deck, so he has some exposure therapy to new sights, sounds and working on his “wait” and “stay”.
My daughter has been his handler while I’m working and she has been practicing loose leash walking and calm on command.

Logan is out and about doing some training with obedience and behavior.

Currently I’m helping my parents build a deck, so he has some exposure therapy to new sights, sounds and working on his “wait” and “stay”.
My daughter has been his handler while I’m working and she has been practicing loose leash walking and calm on command.

Logan and Zeus showing how calm and focus is done. 💕
07/02/2021

Logan and Zeus showing how calm and focus is done. 💕

Meet Logan!Logan is an 8 month old German Shepherd puppy who is here for training and behavior modification. He has sepa...
07/02/2021

Meet Logan!

Logan is an 8 month old German Shepherd puppy who is here for training and behavior modification.
He has separation anxiety, low confidence and fear during stressful situations.

Logan was an owner surrender back to his breeder who contacted me about taking him in and working with him.

This is not his original name. I had to change it as he was not responding well to his name after being here for several days. Since his name was changed there has been a night and day difference.

Sometimes it’s necessary to change a dogs name and the reasons can vary on why it’s beneficial. Here are a few examples:

I have found that with some cases, especially with dogs who lack confidence and are fearful, a name change is one step in the right direction to a good rehabilitation.
Why?
Well sometimes a dogs name can be something that is unsure. If we are nervous or emotional or frustrated and we use our dogs name, we’ll they can associate that name with that energy.
Or if a dogs name is always used right before a punishment or while being punished, then that name has a negative meaning.
Or sometimes, the dogs name can be over used and it just loses meaning all together. For example if we are trying to get our dog to perform a simple task or command I often find the way many owners execute something like that, it looks like this:
“Libby, sit. Sit. Libby. Libby look, sit Libby sit. Libby..Libby. Libby! Sit! Libby.”

Owners often don’t give their dogs a moment to respond. We expect them to execute our gate we we say in an instant.
But if we are out in high distraction areas, it’s going to take our dogs a moment to focus on us. Because let’s face it, the majority of dog owners own family pets. Not a military style or dog show dog.
Now I’m not saying that our pet dogs have an excuse to not focus right away.
Absolutely not. Focus can be life saving!
All dogs should know how to respond appropriately to their names and when we call them come the first time and quickly.
But with new dogs or when we are teaching our dogs something new or moving to a different level of distractions, we need to allow a few seconds for our dogs to react to what we say. Let them process it.

So like I was saying, sometimes a dogs name becomes meaningless. It just loses value. For whatever the reason may be, it does happen. Not always. But we need to be prepared to deal with it when it does and work to keep our dogs name holding high value.

Public service announcement*I just went for a walk and saw this sitting in my yard. This is not okay. So many people go ...
07/01/2021

Public service announcement*

I just went for a walk and saw this sitting in my yard. This is not okay.
So many people go by my house and I assume it’s because since I have dogs on my property they figure that it must be okay to let their dogs on my property and just leave their dogs messes.
I would hate to think it’s just pure laziness.
I have also seen people stop at my neighbors homes and allow their dogs to do whatever they please.

Remember, that when you own a dog you are 100% responsible for what your dog does.

Do not let your dogs urinate or defecate on others property. At the very least keep them on the other side of the sidewalk away from their house. And ALWAYS clean up. Do NOT leave your dogs p**p or even p**p bags as seen in this photo here laying on someone else’s property for the homeowner to find and clean up.

Not only is clean up just respectful and cleanly, but it helps keep the transfer of parasites and diseases from spreading.

Be responsible and respectful.

Home owners have every right be able to go outside and enjoy their yards without worrying about stepping in somebody else’s dogs poo or having to clean up p**p bags from lazy owners.
Walks are not meant as bathroom breaks and destruction of others property.
Walks are meant for exercise.

Public service announcement*

I just went for a walk and saw this sitting in my yard. This is not okay.
So many people go by my house and I assume it’s because since I have dogs on my property they figure that it must be okay to let their dogs on my property and just leave their dogs messes.
I would hate to think it’s just pure laziness.
I have also seen people stop at my neighbors homes and allow their dogs to do whatever they please.

Remember, that when you own a dog you are 100% responsible for what your dog does.

Do not let your dogs urinate or defecate on others property. At the very least keep them on the other side of the sidewalk away from their house. And ALWAYS clean up. Do NOT leave your dogs p**p or even p**p bags as seen in this photo here laying on someone else’s property for the homeowner to find and clean up.

Not only is clean up just respectful and cleanly, but it helps keep the transfer of parasites and diseases from spreading.

Be responsible and respectful.

Home owners have every right be able to go outside and enjoy their yards without worrying about stepping in somebody else’s dogs poo or having to clean up p**p bags from lazy owners.
Walks are not meant as bathroom breaks and destruction of others property.
Walks are meant for exercise.

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South Beloit, IL
61080

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There is no bad dog, only bad training. I am here to help you un-leash all of your dogs 'paw'sibilities & show you that you AND your dog are a CAN-DO Team. In most cases training is more about teaching the owners and guiding the dog.

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Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm

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14 week old Molly-Mae has been training with TiffanysK925 for a few weeks now. She has learned so much in so little time. And has became such a blessing in my life. Thank You Tiffany...
I have been a very proud owner of a german shepherd puppy for 9wks now. Contacting TiffanysK925 has been the best decision I could have ever made when I brought my puppy home. She has not only taught my new puppy tons of new ways to be a well rounded addition to my family and my life as a disabled veteran. She has taught me how to understand as well as work with my new addition. For both my puppy and I, we are having a blast together. And we know TiffanysK925 will be there for us whenever we need her knowledge, assistance, and friendship in the future. We highly reccoommend her to everyone who is interested īn canine training, and knowledge. Whether you have a new puppy or an adult that you want assistance with, you have come to the right place. Just ask my gsd puppy or my adult dalmation. They both have had the privilege to work with Tiffany.
Hello. Ome of your followers saw my post on a gsd page and recommended asking you! I'll copy my original post. I come hoping for some training advice from other owners. I recently got a 1.5 year old GSD and he is super hyper, clumsy, spastic, etc lol. This is the 1st dog I haven't had from puppy so I feel a little behind in the training game. He does know how to sit, but jumps, pulls me around on the leash, etc. I have 2 cats and so far I haven't been brave enough to try to introduce them. The previous owners said he didn't try to hurt their cat but was too rough so they had to separate them. I think he's just attention starved but I can't handle him jumping on my doors to look inside, jumping on my vehicle scratching it when I'm not even in it and things like that. Any advice would be greatly appreciated especially when it comes to my cats. And most training videos I've watched they use choke collars. Yay or nay? One of my clients says she would never take hers out in public without one..
One of the nicest trainers I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. With Tiffany's assistance and vast knowledge of GSD's my Molly will be Perfect.
I can't say enough about the progress I saw in a rescue Tiffany helped me with. Henry, a Catahoula, came to me untrained and lacking confidence. With her advice and handling, I was able to teach Henry to feel comfortable with walking in a leash and as well as learn to feel confident around another dog. Thank you, Tiffany!