Hot cars or trucks can create a coffin for dogs left inside. We hear about these devastating cases throughout the year, but for some of us, leaving our dog at home is either not an option or we are taking a road trip for adventures with our canine buddy.
In training our canine companions, it's important to speak the language.
Our canines are one of the few animals who excel in understanding humans. That’s why we have them in our lives.
In training animals, raising one's voice can do more harm than good.
Awareness and knowledge can prevent human/moose encounters.
Letting dogs run off-leash around wildlife can, and does, lead to grave consequences.
In multiple dog families — like multiple child families — each member should find their own place.
Pets need to feel empowered in order to thrive.
Awareness and a leash can prevent an unpleasant encounter while walking your "friendly dog."
Dog training never ends.
Short waits can add up to extreme heat for dogs confined in cars.
The advent of spring prompts neighborhood dogs to come outside and say, "hello."
Distracted training methods lead to disjointed training results.
Leaving dog poop on the ground is not recycling. It’s a pollutant, and it’s damaging our environment.
Use it or lose it; teaching dogs new behaviors requires frequent practice and reinforcement.