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Junior Handler’s Dog Is A Lot More Than A Pretty Face

February 16th, 2010

While you may think Westminster is full of “pretty” dogs, many of them also have important jobs – just ask Ethan Miller, a 14-year-old junior handler with a seizure disorder His 4-year-old Canaan Dog, Vala (and their past Canaan Dog – Rayah), has sensed his seizures and alerted Ethan’s family. You can read more about […]

Classic Dog Article: Raw Feeding 101

February 8th, 2010

Raw diets can be a wonderful choice for many dogs if they’re properly executed, however many owners are intimidated by entire concept. In today’s classic article we’ll answer a few of the most commonly asked questions about feeding dogs raw foods – check out Raw Diet: The Basics Photo by Keeroff

Interview With A Border Collie Rescuer!

January 19th, 2010

Border Collies are the shining stars of the dog obedience world – these highly intelligent canines excel at almost every task they undertake. Bred to be true working dogs, they *need* to be kept busy in order to remain content companions, yet many unwitting owners are taken in by their stunning looks and charming ways. […]

Should He Stay Or Should He Go? Traveling With Your Dog!

January 14th, 2010

My dogs often accompany me on work related trips and more so on vacations, however, there are times when I am forced to leave them at home. As much as I hate to do it, I know spending hours cooped up in a hotel room isn’t fair to them. They have a great time with […]

Classic Dog Article: The Best Allergy-Friendly Dog Breeds

January 11th, 2010

Dog lovers with allergies are faced with a barrage of breeds that claim to be hypoallergenic, when in truth, all dogs produce some amount of dander. However, many breeds don’t shed and some are known for producing small, less irritating amounts of “pet pollen” than others. Today’s classic article highlights 20 breeds that could be […]

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