The dog respiratory illness is concerning, but it’s important not to let it interfere with socializing your puppy.
For several years, I have wanted to get into kayaking with my pups. We have a great dog-owner relationship and love to get out and hike, but kayaking with your dog allows you to see places you wouldn’t see otherwise. It also gets you out of the summer heat to enjoy the tranquility of being
It’s been a year now since the Marshall Fire devastated our hometown of Louisville, Colorado. It’s the town we chose when we first moved to Colorado in 1996 because of the warm people and sweet small town feel. Louisville is where our daughter was born and attended pre-school through eight grade. She was fortunate to
Getting a puppy is always an exciting time! Meeting a group of roly poly little furballs can be intoxicating and trying to pick just one, almost impossible. But when you’re selecting your new family member, avoid the temptation to bring home two sibling puppies from the same litter, at the same time. Many people who
We often hear from clients who are have trouble with dog behavior management. The issues range from getting into the trash when they’re not home to chewing sofa cushions, pillows, socks, and underwear. Other issues include getting into the dirty laundry or stealing children’s toys. The list usually attributed to bad qualities of a dog
Whenever we meet with a new client or send a dog home from our boarding school program, we usually recommend that owner crate the dog in the car. Most times they say, “I have a crate but it’s in the house.” That’s great. We are big proponents of the crate as a management tool in