Scent Training for Dogs – Step by Step Mind Game

Scent training for dogs can be  as simple as a step-by-step mind game.  The weather outside here in the Mid Atlantic states is heavy downpours with flood alerts.  My pet parent just gave me a bath so I am not about to get muddy again so soon.  Fortunately, a positive pet trainer, Pamela Johnson, has come…

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Let’s Bark at Cars!

Let’s bark at cars!  The Pet Safety Lady Christina Selter of Bark Buckle UP published the 2010 Top Ten Pet Safe Awards after attending the Chicago Auto show. I have used seat belts and occupied crates while traveling with my pet parent. An unrestrained pet can be a hazard in an accident in many ways. …

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Have you Met This Celebrity Dog Trainer?

Suryia and Roscoe Have you met Suryia, the celebrity dog trainer at the T.I.G.E.R.S. sanctuary in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina? Well, the story is making the rounds around the internet.  I have not been able to sniff out the truth, but as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words so I will let…

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Napping Makes Our Pet Parents Smarter

 Photo from FunnyUnderline The importance of people napping to become smarter is quite the buzz now. My pet parent loves to nap when he comes home from work and then again before he goes to bed…well, okay, I am exaggerating a bit. He doesn’t do it every night.  People all over the world have known…

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The Secret to How a Yellow Lab Smiled Big at Westminster For a Fraction of the Campaign Cost

 Corey , handler Kathy Gertler and pet parent Ellen Moon I featured Corey the Yellow Labrador in my last blog post. She and I have been playing together since she was a pup.  She is a diva like me and has a winning smile.  In fact, I am proud to announce that Corey made the…

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This Yellow Labrador Will Shine at the Westminster Dog Show

My yellow Labrador friend is on her way to the Westminster Dog Show.  Wow.  That is like competing in the Olympics of Dog Conformation!  Her registered name is CH GoldenMoon’s Sunny Coreopsis, WC, CGC but I just know her as “Corey.”Corey will be leading her handler Kathy Gertler (of Kindred Spirits Handling) around the ring. …

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Business Savvy Veterinarians Use Social Media Marketing

Social media marketing sites such as Twitter and Facebook are now being implemented by business savvy veterinarians. Sheila Grosdidier is an on-site consultant for veterinary practices.  In a recent forum post on Vet Learn, she wrote about the trends in client service.  My pet parent has seen veterinarians bend over backwards to please difficult clients. …

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Toilet Training is for Cats

Should pet parents train their cats to use the toilet? Pet parents sure go through a lot of cat litter.  Different cats like different litters so that adds to the expense in a multiple-cat household. To find out more about toilet training as an option, my pet parent bought the E-book Toilet Train My Cat.…

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How to Tell Cats Apart

How do you tell cats apart? There are many breeds of cats but that is not what I am talking about here. I am not referring to skinny cats versus fat cats either. Say you are looking after a litter of kittens and they all look alike. Their personalities really aren’t distinct yet so how…

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Safety of Veterinary Drugs Breaks Down Trust

Who should be held accountable when the lack of safety of veterinary drugs breaks down the TRUST regarding what we are treated with and who is treating us? Our pet parents take us to veterinarians that they know, like and trust. They rely on our vets to do the right thing for us. But what…

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