Because of improved healthcare, veterinarian care, better eating and exercising habits, “man” and dog are living longer now than any other period of time. And although that’s a good thing, like “man”, man’s best friend develops special needs and health issues as they age.
Although you have taken your dog to the vet for her annual exams, you’ve kept her immunizations current and you’re diligent in feeding her the right foods, sometimes like you and I, your dog is going to get sick. Then what do you do? Do you wait and watch or do you take her to the vet?
If you live in King County, or any other county in the state of Washington, it is mandatory to license your dog. Whether your dog is an inside or outside dog, or you live in the country or in the city, it doesn’t matter…your dog must be licensed.
Spring is on the way! What a wonderful time of year…flowers are blooming, the sun is coming out more often and the air is warming up.
Unfortunately there is one drawback to the beautiful weather…the appearance of fleas. Just thinking about it gives most people the “creepy crawlies”!
But wait, spring is over and my dog still has fleas!
Dogs are a lot like humans in the fact that no matter how “good” we/they are, there will be times when we misbehave and do something wrong. Here is where the similarity ends…we can change our own unwanted behaviors, but our dogs won’t know or be able to change theirs without our help.
Given the fact that our dogs want…
Clicker training is a great form of communication between you and your dog (or other animal you are working with)…it’s a way to let them know when they are doing the right things or what is expected of them.