Doggy Dirt Bike Etiquette: Please!

Of all people, I comprehend the need for speed, that feeling of freedom, the oh so liberating rush of air past one`s face. I grew up skiing (both snow and water) snowmobiling and motor boating. My ...

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Being Bridget: The Blond Bomber

Being Bridget. The Blond Bomber disaster-on-four-legs, accident-waiting-to happen has done it again. Creative Ice Wrap for Injured Shoulder What has she done? Given her Mom yet another heart attack, in a recent ...

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Good Golly: Gulping and Gobbling

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) ...

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AN INTERVIEW WITH VICTORIA STILWELL

AN INTERVIEW WITH VICTORIA STILWELL by John Bell Young Born and raised in Wimbledon, England, Victoria Stilwell is one of the world’s most recognized and respected dog trainers. She is best known ...

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It Pays to Play Calm

How can aroused play and calm behaviors necessarily go together? The two are not mutually exclusive and are often a focus of my attention. Especially when one deals with an amped up adolescent dog, who once started, ...

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The Quest for Boring

Those of you with nice dogs of sound mind and temperament will probably not relate to this post (but I really hope you’ll read it anyway). Those of you with dogs like ...

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