I have been following the history of dogs. I participate in Darwin’s Dogs. Here is the article that got me interested . The title comes from another article that is really long AND is interesting. That’s coming along soon. .In the meantime check this out! ...Read More
Digging is one of those things that just never seems to stop. Whatever\you do, your dog finds a way to tear up your newly planted flowers or create a mess of the neighbor’s yard. So, it’s completely understandable ...Read More
There are very few dogs that can’t be house trained – just poor pet owners who don’t understand the value of consistency. You’re the most important element in successful house training for a puppy or adult dog that’s new in your home.
Our Boo was crate trained. We were both working and and he found his crate a safe place. A friend’s son would come and walk him every day. Our daughter would also walk him when she was home. Scooter wasn’t crate trained and he peed ...Read More
This article is from The Bark magazine. I have subscribed to this magazine for a couple of years and enjoy it and find many excellent articles. In fact, Scooter is supposed to be in the summer issue 2017 with his smile. (picture taken ...Read More
Bringing a new dog into the home is an exciting time for both you and your new pet. But there are some essentials that you’re going to want to have on hand – regardless of whether you’re bringing home a puppy or a dog that’s ...Read More