Sunday, February 23, 2020

The Strongest Reinforcements

Ask a dog trainer to tell you one of their biggest pet peeves about their training clients, and they will almost always mention the...

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What You Should Do (and Not Do) If You Find a Lost Dog

If you are a dog lover and you spend any amount of time on Facebook or any of those community website/discussion groups such as...

Mind Your Cues

Hang around with enough dog owners, and inevitably you will hear someone say to their distracted or recalcitrant dog, “Sit! Sit! Sit! SIT!” I’m...

The Best Foods for Your Dog

Print Email Facebook Twitter It helps to bring a record of what you already feed your dog when you're ready to shop for...

Four Steps to Personalized Nutrition

Print Email Facebook Twitter Before you go shopping for some new dog foods, make sure you are familiar with the products you already...

In the Fine Print: Nutritional Adequacy Statements

Print Email Facebook Twitter This empty bag holds 22 pounds of dry food; it’s a big bag! Its nutritional adequacy statement is printed...

Can You Put a Price Tag on Your Dog’s Life?

© Amelia Martin | Dreamstime.com Readers, dog owners, can I ask you a question? Or, actually, a few related questions: If you had to put a...

Socially Conscious Sheltering

Shelters who adhere to the SCS tenets pledge to enhance the human-animal bond through safe placements and post-adoption support. As just one example: Families...

We Believe in You

I was flabbergasted when I read the advice of a prominent veterinary nutritionist that dog owners should do themselves a favor and “stop reading...

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