I was so excited to find this DIY on YouTube I had to make a video about it. Teaching your dog to free-stack or stand nicely for conformation, is not really on most dog-human’s important list for training. However, because the project is do easy to make it is worth doing, especially since it can… Read More Easiest Doggie DIY Ever
A dog’s coat is an important part of his identity. More importantly, for many dogs, it is part of their health. The state of a dog’s coat can be a factor in several aspects of well-being, one of these being actual survival. A properly cared for coat will protect a dog from sunlight, wind, heat… Read More A Dog’s Coat Is His Identity — Three Reasons NOT To Remove It
Many of you already know that I have made the choice to work from home to be with my husband and dogs everyday. This does not have to be a problem when considering the topic of money or making a living, although that would likely be the reason that most people would choose NOT to… Read More Five Frugal Tips For Stay-At-Home Dog People
The Problem: Recently I took a webinar from The Pet Professional Guild called “How To Manage And Prevent Compassion Fatigue While Working With Animals” by Dr. Linda Harper. The reason I took the webinar was because in the past year I have noticed a gradual decline in my interest in working with dogs and an… Read More Compassion Fatigue WhenWorking With Animals
Thanks to Rumpydog for posting on this topic recently. http://rumpydog.com/2015/05/01/malamute-coat-care-for-summer/ With the coming of spring, many dog people start thinking about how a dog needs to stay cool in the hot summer weather. Some people in my rural area shave down their dogs in the summer, and sometimes in the winter. This is not a… Read More Don’t Shave Down A Double Coated Dog!