Archive for the 'Games' Category

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Book Review: Living with Kids and Dogs . . . Without Losing Your Mind

March 12th, 2008

Living with Kids and Dogs . . . Without Losing Your Mind By Colleen Pelar, CPDT, CDBC A lovely book, very easy to read and very straight forward. A great resource for parents to help kids and dogs develop a strong bond and to co-exist in a healthy safe environment. A guide on how to […]

Classic Dog Articles: Dog Sports Part 1

January 15th, 2008

From time to time we like to bring some of our best articles back to the forefront so that our newer readers can easily find them! This week, we’d like to draw your attention to our article on Dog Sports Part 1. If you’re looking for a unique activity to do with your pooch and […]

Product Review: Tug-A-Jug

December 8th, 2007

I recently purchased the largest size Tug-A-Jug for my dog Lucian, as he is one of those dogs who adores his toys. It’s always a great feeling to see him bounding through the house with his new “prize” lolling out one side of his mouth. The Busy Buddy consists of a hard plastic “jug” that […]

Easy Homemade Toy!

October 24th, 2007

If your dog is anything like ours, toys don’t last long! Sometimes you can create a wonderful toy out of what would otherwise be trash. Take an empty water jug and drill a few holes in the bottom that are just larger than pieces of treats or kibble. Fill the jug with a handful of […]

Hide and Seek – gone to the dogs

October 15th, 2007

With the weather getting cooler we have to begin thinking of ways to provide mental stimulation for our pups during those evenings when we just can’t bring ourselves to spend that whole half hour (or hour) romping outside. One of my favorite games to recommend to my clients is a rousing round of hide and […]

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