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Letting Your Dog Make Choices

Letting Your Dog Make Choices

I had the privilege of working with Amy Herot in late June. She is one of the NACSW founder’s.   Training secrets is the theme for this week’s Positive Pet Training Blog Hop!  My training secret? – work on giving your dog...

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5 Reasons You Should Have a Relationship With Your Vet

5 Reasons You Should Have a Relationship With Your Vet

I’m not even sure where to begin with this post. I feel really strongly about this – if your animals don’t see a Veterinarian you respect and if you don’t have a relationship with your Veterinarian you should consider changing hospitals....

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WiggleLess Comfort Shirt: Anything for Bruisy

WiggleLess Comfort Shirt: Anything for Bruisy

#sponsored #ad Do Dogs Need Shirts?  WiggleLess contacted me about two of their products for old Bruisy. They design a Dog Brace which I’m reviewing later this month and the Comfort Shirt which is a new product. These products are...

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3 Reasons to Pay Special Attention to Your Dog’s Paws in Spring

3 Reasons to Pay Special Attention to Your Dog’s Paws in Spring

By guest blogger, Zara Lewis (@ZaraELewis on Twitter) As you know I blog a lot of Sherman’s allergies which are terrible  year round so when writer, Zara Lewis, contacted me about this topic I thought readers would love to learn...

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How To Make Time To Train Your Dog

How To Make Time To Train Your Dog

When do I get to come out of this crate! When’s my turn at nosework!?  Below is a snapshot of my calendar from last week. Things were… well a little nuts. I think most folks at this point know that...

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Benefits of Swimming: Young & Old Dogs

Benefits of Swimming: Young & Old Dogs

Why Swimming Rocks During The Winter: I know I have been a broken record when it comes to winter activities but I’m now taking both the doxies to a swim facility for dogs once a week. I don’t know why...

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Positive Dog Training: Look At Me Games

Positive Dog Training: Look At Me Games

“Look at me” is our favorite training game! So between Walter and Shermie, both reactive on leash, we play look at me games or “Auto-Focus Games”. There are a few games we play every day for a few minutes and...

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The Holidays, Stress & Probiotics for Animals

The Holidays, Stress & Probiotics for Animals

    #ad Remember! All my readers can receive 10% off by using this coupon code-mylifewdogs when you check out. (I do get a few pennies if you buy something from Imagilin).  Holiday Stress and Probiotics!  The holidays present a lot of stress...

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Teckelklub’s Sierra Waterproof Dog Coat: Tis the Season

Teckelklub’s Sierra Waterproof Dog Coat: Tis the Season

The Sierra Waterproof Dog Coat! The Teckelklub Fuzzie – from a previous post. This Fuzzie (check out all the great product features of the Fuzzie in my post a few months ago) and The Sierra Dog Coat will be part...

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Positive Training: The Basics About Nosework

Positive Training: The Basics About Nosework

My friend Vicky and her sweet Cairn Terrier is a NW3 dog! This is from our class on Tuesday nights. Boxes used for at home container searches! Q-tips have odors birch and anise on them and box has holes in...

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