October 12, 2011
Many people who compete in agility use toys and interactive play with their dogs as rewards. Some dogs and future agility stars will already hold a solid sit throughout their owner’s conversation – as long as they can chew and tug on a favorite toy....
September 22, 2011
Onyx enjoys her walks on the beach and simply hangin out on the sand. She stays focus on her master, Richard Brown, wherever he goes waiting patiently for his command. Onyx is a great dog. We love her dearly!!...
September 15, 2011
1) Obesity (the storage of excess fat) is usually caused by excessive food intake and insufficient exercise.
2) Estimates show that 40% to 50% of dogs are overweight and 25% of dogs are obese.
3) Dogs can develop many obesity-related health problems.
4) By examining your dog, veterinarians...
September 1, 2011
Dog training can be defined in a very simple way: In a nutshell-- it's praising or rewarding your
dog when he does something you like and correcting him when he does something you don't
like. I think of obedience training primarily as two things:
First, it is establishing...
August 14, 2011
Not all heroes are people
James Crane worked on the 101st floor of Tower 1 of the World Trade Center . He is blind so he has a golden retriever named Daisy. After the plane hit 20 stories below, James knew that he was doomed, so he let...
August 1, 2011
George - The Great Dane with his owner David Nasser...
July 21, 2011
The answer can be obtained by taking a look at what COMPOUNDING is: Compounding is the practice of investing a small amount of something (time, energy, money, effort) into something on a regular basis. And over time, this investment grows, and multiplies! In investment circles,...
July 5, 2011
Do you ever experience those moments when your dog is a proverbial, "Pain in the neck"? Maybe
you're sitting at your desk, and your dog won't stop shoving his head into your lap and
demanding attention? Or maybe she's just restless for whatever reason. Or feeling needy?
June 11, 2011
It is that time of the year, celebration and fireworks! But they’re hard to enjoy when my pooch is so stressed out. Here’s a few tips to help keep your dog safe during the fireworks this 4th of July:
1. Don’t leave your dog outside! Never,...
May 25, 2011
Have you ever noticed when your dog comes back from the groomer his coat is shiny and he does not shed very much for the next few days or, if you’re lucky, the next week?
Many people wish they could achieve the same results that their...
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