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December 2017 News & Tips | Holidays are great, but sometimes they can be stressful for people. And, of course, that stress can be passed on to our pets. We can also get distracted with everything that is going on, and neglect our pups a bit.
How to keep your dog safe for the holidays: Holiday tips for your dog Holidays are great, but sometimes they can be stressful for people. And, of course, that stress can be passed on to our pets. We can also get distracted with everything that is
LOOK AT ME I usually introduce “look at me” by adding it to the “stay” command. Often when dogs are in a “stay” waiting to get their food, treat or toy, they stare at the object and not at you. I find about 50% of
Healthy Dog Food and Treats I am sold on using only healthy dog food and treats for my dogs. I am done feeding my dogs kibble except as an occasional snack. After having one dog die of liver cancer at 8 years old, and another dog spend her
Dog owners know the feeling of heart-brokenness when you´re forced to leave your dog behind at home or at a dog kennel because the national park where you are planning to hike doesn’t allow dogs on the trail. The face of dejection and anxiety your dog puts on as you drive away can take you for a guilt trip.
Why I didn’t have a “good time” at Burning Man I went to Burning Man for the first time this year. Not because I wanted to party and have a good time, try to get laid, and/or do lots of drugs, but because I was in