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A Little Bit Backwards

Winter: a distant thought on this brilliant fall day in Maryland. Indeed I cringe at the thought of icy roads. Snow (being a staunch Canadian) is OK but ice? Treacherous. Have you ever been helpless and stuck at the bottom of an icy incline? How can something so close be so far away? Gaining an inch of…

Shelter Dogs Find Forever Homes Thanks to Juvenile Detention Program

There are many prisons across the nation with rehabilitation programs were inmates help train and rehabilitate homeless dogs,  in Georgia, the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) is giving teens and homeless dogs a second chance to change their lives. Photo Credit: Rescue 2 Restore Rescue 2 Restore, a juvenile life skills and animal care community…

Survey of Nationwide Network of Dog Trainers Contradicts Conventional Beliefs

As part of its ongoing mission to enhance dog ownership by improving the emotional bond between humans and their canine companions, Bark Busters, the world’s largest dog training company, has pooled the collective experience of its U.S. trainers to compile a set of findings that provides insight into the human-canine training dynamic and the realities…

The Canine Language

Have you ever wished that your dog could talk to you? I’m sure, like millions of others, myself included, that you have. Well, I have good news for you, dogs do “talk” to us, and they do it a lot. There are 2 forms of communication, verbal and non-verbal. We are constantly communicating to our…

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