Dogs see color differently than humans. Their color spectrum should affect color choices trainers and handlers use, especially when working in popular fast moving canine sports where the dog's vision and safety go hand in hand. This article looks at what colors a dog sees and how a smart trainer can use the knowledge of how a dog sees color to their advantage.
K9 Nosework classes are great for all dogs, even those who are shy or reactive, because only one dog searches at a time. It builds confidence and gives dogs with behavioral problems a productive task to focus on. You can even get started at home with a few supplies that you already have laying around!
While some dogs love the challenge of agility or rally or other organized dog sports, these sports are not good for all dogs. If you're looking for options, here are fun alternative dog sports and activities for you and your pup to do this summer. Read more here!