And what do I write about such a special dog? This post is about my favorite memories of Elsie.
The following is my list of dog and puppy socialization ideas for people, places and situations to introduce to your new puppy or dog.
I have used or at least recommended almost every single training collar available – prong collars, shock collars, Gentle Leaders, anti-pull harnesses.
10 photos of dogs and cats “thrilled” about the holidays. Some of us are not as excited for the holidays as others.
Most pets hate getting dressed up in fancy sweaters or reindeer costumes, but they put up with it so well, don’t they? Such good sports.
Learn when dog shock collars are appropriate for training such as when teaching a dog to stop barking.
Does the Thundershirt really work to stop a dog’s anxiety during thunderstorms or fireworks?
Note: This is a guest post from my mom Nancy who recently started a breast cancer blog called Nancy’s Point. She also writes about her dogs Elsie and Sophie. I envy the optimism of my dogs as they greet each new day. I know many would say I imagine it, but it seems to me …
Because I used a shock collar to teach my mutt Ace the boundaries of my parents’ large yard, he now gets to have full range on their property every time we visit.
One of the best parts about owning a dog is being able to take him places without worrying how he’ll respond to other animals, people or objects. I love that I can take my mutt Ace anywhere and know that I can trust him (he might drool on you, though). Ace will comfortably go for …
Tips for socializing your dog or puppy so he can be more comfortable around other dogs, people and new situations.