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PIGEON RESCUE Kompis & I came across an injured pigeon the other day. It was using its wings to slide around, and it was completely alert. I felt so bad for it! After getting off of the street and safely in a mini fort, I
CRATES AS A SAFE HAVEN FOR DOGS Poor Maggie spent most of her life in a cage in Taiwan. Her new mom writes: “Maggie is a 7? year old Golden Retriever that we rescued from Taiwan in May 2014. She spent her life in China in a
NO MEANS NO! There are some misguided people and trainers out there who think you should not train your dog to understand the word “no”. To me, that is exactly the same as saying you should not teach your child the word “no”. For example, if
HELPING DOGS WITH FEAR OF FIREWORKS Are you dreading the 4th of July because you’re worried that your dog will be freaked out by fireworks? Here are some tips for helping dogs with fear of fireworks (or any other “scary” or loud noises). 1. A tired dog
THE DANGER OF FOXTAILS FOR DOGS They can be deadly. Kompis was rubbing at her eye after being outside at dog parks all day for a TV shoot. I looked at it, and it was all red inside: Kompis was mostly acting like it itched, so
PLAYING TUG OF WAR WITH YOUR DOG Let’s put the myth to bed that tug of war is bad. It is not true that playing tug of war with your dog will teach your dog to be dominant. It’s PLAY! Have fun! As long as your