barking and blogging about dog care basics
Puppy socialization and its effects on the future behavior and emotional development in a dog simply can't be over emphasized. There is a brief yet crucial window of your puppy's progress when...
A new puppy equals puppy house training, preferably as soon as possible. It’s our responsibility to ensure your new family member is properly house trained, and know where to go to relieve itself.
Cobain is a 4 year old male Australian Red Border Collie. Yes, border collies do come in this color, and yes he is purebred. He came to me at a very difficult
Rosie was found by a deputy at a dumpster. He brought by the school I work at and I decided to take her home. Rosie's mother was a local field Beagle.
Dog ear inflammation and infections plague thousands of dogs on a yearly basis. So much so, it's won the dubious honor from the Veterinary Insurance companies as being in the top ten
The first step is to stop your puppy biting from hurting people and inhibit the force of his play-bites. Physical punishments are not called for and seldom work...
We all love puppies, and why not? There cute and adorable. With some dog care basics have the puppy of your dreams!
Daily exams for dog health problems can help you detect symptoms in your dog, while giving you a point of reference for establishing if something is normal or not.
My dogs get to come to work with me every day in my dog daycare. Domino is the one who gets to choose who can attend. He is a very balanced dog that
Dog obedience training is a myth. Why would I say that. Why would I waste my time writting about something I believe as false? Not true at all
This is my buddy Max. Although he's not a puppy anymore, he acts like one. He's a Golden Retriever mix. His daddy is an Irish Setter and mama was a pure
Your puppy pictures. Yes..we love them. Ready to show off your super-pooch?
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Knowing dog care basics is the foundation for understanding the life stages of your pet and helps make dog ownership a rewarding experience.
The touch command is probably one of the most underutilized training tools available to us as trainers and owners. Its benefits are gaining our dogs attention and having your dog focus to a target