15 01, 2015

Toys!

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When I suggested a client use toys for enrichment to improve the life of her lonely/bored dog who doesn’t L∙O∙V∙E [...]

17 11, 2013

Puppy Stuff Featured

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It is so exciting to bring a new puppy, or older dog, into your home for the first time! It’s [...]

20 01, 2013

Clicker Training Basics

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At this point you’re probably living under a rock if you haven’t at least heard the term, Clicker Training... not [...]

14 11, 2012

1: The Dead Dog

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“A dog’s been hit, beside Red Rover on Jackson” a customer reported by phone shortly after leaving with her dogs. [...]

14 11, 2012

2: What About Brindle?

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The mangy, emaciated, brindle dog allowed us to enter his triangle to mop. Food is precious to a dog who [...]

20 04, 2012

Anthropomorphizing or Do Unto Others

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My current philosophy of how to train and treat dogs has been occasionally charged with being “anthropomorphic.” You may say, [...]