NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE THE CHANCES OF WINNING. Commenting on our website or anywhere other than the original post here on Facebook will not be counted. Eligibility: This contest is open only to registered dog shelters or dog rescues in the state of Oklahoma who comment on the […]

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With the holidays just around the corner, there are many things to consider in order to keeping your dog healthy, safe, and happy. Alcoholic beverages – Drunken dogs are very sick dogs. An ounce of a beverage that is 20 to 40 proof can cause alcohol poisoning or coma in a small dog. Angel hair […]

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Here is the continuation of our previous article about teaching a reliable come when called for your dog. 4. ROUND ROBIN RECALL A game played by multiple family member households. You can use a long line if necessary. Children get the best treats. Adult stands behind the child in the beginning if necessary. Make a […]

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Teaching a reliable recall is necessary for your dog’s safety. Unless a dog has a reliable recall it will never be able to enjoy off leash play.   A reliable recall can be taught to any dog no matter breed or age. I teach from the outline below over a six week class.  Here are […]

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Here are some great winter tips from a California transplant who is living through Idaho’s worst winter in 35 years. Check out these great ideas from Anita Crafton #463 Idaho. 1. You may love your first snowfall, but your dog may not. This can cause some dogs to come “un-housebroken”. Male dogs are usually less bothered […]

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Well, in the land of white endless vistas, one problem here is that now the snow is reaching the top of my 6 foot privacy fence.  The question is, how do you keep 7 German Shepherds INSIDE when the snow is 1 foot or LESS from the top of the fence? One can use a snow […]

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