Up for Adoption

These dogs need forever homes! Can you help? The first is a 10 year old female dachshund.  She is spayed, good with other dogs, and very sweet.  However, she is completely blind from retinal atrophy.  She gets around well when used to her surroundings. The second dog is a male, neutered black German shepherd.  He […]

2012 Walk for MS

As many of you know (because you saw us there!), last month Fur and Feather Works participated in the 2012 Walk for MS, in Idlewild Park.   We are proud to announce that Team Fur and Feather Works raised $230.oo to support Multiple Sclerosis research, patient resources and education.  For a first year, we’re quite […]

Training Tidbit for April: The wagging tail?

  If a dog is is wagging his tail, it means he’s happy, right?  It’s conventional wisdom. If a dog wags his tail at you, he wants to be petted. If another dog is wagging his tail at your dog, he’s friendly. Right? Brace yourself: I’m going to burst that bubble. (Sorry – it’s for […]

Funny stuff – Texts from my dog

This one has some salty language in it, so if you don’ t like that kind of thing, you might want to skip it.  Consider yourself warned! Texts from my dog

Join Team Fur and Feather Works at the 2012 Walk for MS!

Want to pick the trainer’s brain for a while?  Are you ambulatory? Like spring weather?  Hate chronic brain disease? Then this is the gig for you! No, seriously.  I know someone with MS. It’s a scary thing.  If your legs don’t do what you want them to do, the dog can’t be walked.  If your […]

Funny stuff – Don’t be a Fenton.

  Don’t be a Fenton.   Talk to me about a Control Off-Leash class.

A Public Service Announcement: DINOS

I have a DINOS.  I work with DINOS constantly.  My heart aches for them and their owners.  Its up to those of us with DINOS, and those of us who sympathize with them, to take a stand and pass the message along.  It’s the least we can do.  DINOS. Click here.

Cognitive Disorders in Animals

It happens to all of us: as we age, our brains move a little slower, we take a little longer to solve problems, and it takes a little more effort to absorb new information.  It’s not that intelligence or problem solving capacity has decreased at all, it’s just that things are a little slower.  It’s […]

An important holiday message

This year, I’ll leave you with an important holiday message from our canine friends:

Spaghetti Night

These two seem to have invented a fun game … *disclaimer: empty carbs aren’t good for parrots and neither is standing on the stove, so please don’t copy this video. Parrots upset your dog’s digestion, so please don’t ever leave your predator pets and your prey pets together unattended.*

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