December, 2016

The Key is Teaching SKILLS not SUPPRESSION

The Key is Teaching SKILLS not SUPPRESSION

It’s time you start thinking about your dog’s behavior as a rich, ever-changing, totally fluid, entity that relies on cognition, genes, and individual experiences within the environment. Do yourself a favor, if you have ever watched a tv show about dog behavior or heard people at your local dog park describing dog behavior… forget it. […]

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  December 30, 2016   No comments
A Walk To Remember

A Walk To Remember

The air is cold and crisp. The grass in the field is covered with frost tips. Geese flutter overhead and squawk their protest to our presents. The tips of my ears are cold to the touch. My Visions blurred has my eyes frequently well up with water. I take her for the last walk she’ll […]

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  December 13, 2016   No comments