The holidays are approaching. You may be worried about your canine crew mixing with friends and relatives for festive get-togethers, but a little planning can make the holidays more enjoyable for all.
My Daughter: “What are you going to write about this week, Mom?” me: “I think holiday safety, if that isn’t too boring.” My Daughter: “Safety isn’t boring, Mom.”
Does the title sound like a Dr. Seuss book? I confess, the hat part I threw in just because.
Whoa, just wait a minute.
Last week we talked about Halloween safety. I promised to post all the pictures you sent from then till now, and here they are!
Winter: a distant thought on this brilliant fall day in Maryland. Indeed I cringe at the thought of icy roads.
Halloween is coming up quickly! Are you ready for a pet-safe holiday?
This dog trainer got her learning on, at the APDT 2011 Catch The Wave Conference in sunny feel good San Diego. For this East Coast dog trainer, CA was the trip of a lifetime, a trip of many firsts, including a first glimpse of the Pacific Ocean.
Being Bridget. The Blond Bomber disaster-on-four-legs, accident-waiting-to happen has done it again.
Most dogs have fairly clean ears most of the time. As a general rule, most dogs can benefit from having their ears cleaned about once a month.
More like pounding: Talley`s jaw dropping approach to ravishing a food dish of its`kibble contents, bits flinging in all directions. At six years old she continues to eat (and I say that lightly) every meal as if it were her last.
How can aroused play and calm behaviors necessarily go together?
No further from our hedge lined drive is that which motivates Doobie, six year old American lab.
Cut and paste the following two notes into a word document and monkey with them until you like how they look. You can even change the wording to fit what YOU would say. Make copies to keep in the car to use as needed.
Pet store puppies in their clean, shiny kennels, soon to be on their way home with their new (accidental puppy-mill supporting) families do not need rescuing. Their parents need rescuing.
For a quick but accurate check of your dog’s dental health, gently pull his lips back, check his teeth and smell his breath!
Our seemingly ordinary front door is a magic door, a door yielding access to a wonderful world of labbie activities.
That’s going to leave a mark…