Training Tidbit for March: You can try this at home! Nothing in Life is Free (or, how to be the smarter … [Read more...] about Training Tidbit: Nothing In Life Is Free
Training Tidbit for February: You can try this at home! I know, none of us like going to the vet's office with a … [Read more...] about 7 Rules for the Vet’s Office
It's a "hot dog!" Ha ha, get it? No, seriously, test the pavement before you make your dog walk on … [Read more...] about Training tip: Beating the Heat
This is such a common problem, and it's one of those that is much, much easier to prevent than to repair! Why do dogs … [Read more...] about Training Tidbit: Jumping Up
Mark your calendar for the day of Sunday, July 15th and come see us at Art Paws! (It's at the McKinley Arts and Culture … [Read more...] about What’s a Traincation?
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If a dog is is wagging his tail, it means he's happy, right? It's conventional wisdom. If a dog wags his tail … [Read more...] about Training Tidbit for April: The wagging tail?
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 … [Read more...] about Funny stuff – Texts from my dog
I have a DINOS. I work with DINOS constantly. My heart aches for them and their owners. Its up to those of us with … [Read more...] about A Public Service Announcement: DINOS
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 … [Read more...] about Cognitive Disorders in Animals