Tagged: Dog

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Looking For a Challenge

Kazh’s training is progressing well. He’s super-responsive, wants to please his humans and hasn’t shown any signs of aggression. Based on observing him in many situations, our biggest obstacles are going to be building...

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Guest Post: The Healing Gift of a Dog’s Love

by Meagan Hanley Depression is a very real and debilitating illness. It can come and go, reappearing out of the blue, even when the sun is out and birds are chirping. The condition can be...

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The Anti-Victim

Whenever we take Tiger to the dog park, I like to step back and observe the interactions of the dogs and the owners. On the best days, all are relaxed and a singular, calm...

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It Doesn’t Matter How You Got Here

Wow. What a week. The wedding was simple, personal and beautiful. The weather cooperated. The venue cooperated. The dog did not. He seemed to have trouble understanding the concept of standing still on a...

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Here There Be Tears

As a kid, I was always fascinated with the portrayal of old maps. I loved the rather amorphous forms of the landmasses. I chuckled at the fanciful guesses about what might lie beyond. And...

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