Disclaimer: I am not a vet or canine nutritionist. I do have years of experience feeding my own dogs and wish to write about that experience. I have also taken canine nutrition and health courses to assist me in writing about dog health and help my own dogs. If you choose to use information I… Read More Feeding Our Dogs In An Emergency
Every dog breed has it’s own fans. There is a dog breed for everyone, with it’s own good and bad qualities and peculiarities. Every breed’s fans say their breed is “intelligent” or very “smart”, but can be “stubborn”, easy or difficult to train. There seem to be so many variables and many differing opinions. The… Read More Training The Boxer Dog
It’s been since 2002 that my dog McCoy and I entered our first trial in competition Obedience. After that, I did both Rally and Obedience with all my dogs. When I started out, I really knew very little about what I was doing. Let me re-phrase that. I knew nothing. We did OK in the… Read More Improving Rally-O Runs
New year, new things to do – or write about – in my case. This blog has always been ALMOST strictly about training the difficult breeds, and it still is, because there are still some who don’t believe that certain breeds are easier to train. But life is much more than just training, and in… Read More What Is Right For Your Dog?
We all know that some dogs take to certain behaviours faster than others. Many of us want to believe that is it intelligence that causes this. I have another suggestion: The dog is not super motivated to do small, repetitive, unusual actions to accomplish something that doesn’t seem too interesting to him. When a dog… Read More Teaching The Stacking Pods