5 Reasons a Dog Parent Needs a Tribe

5 Reasons a Dog Parent Needs a Tribe

Growing up my family had a dog named Teddy Bear and he was a purebred Field Spaniel.  Teddy was mellow, sweet, and well behaved.  He didn’t have a lot of training and didn’t having any glaring issues.  Overall, he was an easy dog. My theory is that...
The Ins and Outs of Impulse Control in Dogs

The Ins and Outs of Impulse Control in Dogs

As humans, we use impulse control every day.  Having a well developed impulse control can keep us happy and healthy.  The same goes for dogs.  We can help teach them the concept of impulse control, so that they can be polite, healthy members of our families. There is...
Risk Taking

Risk Taking

The definition of risk according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary is the “possibility of loss or injury.”  When I looked it up, that wasn’t what I was expecting.  It’s such a simple definition and yet, we have a variety of uses for it.  When I...

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