Dog Blog Monthly Archives: May 2016

Recently I followed up with a client about the training, management, and medical intervention that we put in place to help their dog with anxiety, and her owner wrote back that the tricky treat toys seemed to be helping, but they were not a silver bullet. This phrase–“silver bullet”–got me to thinking about how to…

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Doggedly Devoted owner and certified dog trainer Megan Coryat will be teaching a 5-week Beginner Level Obedience class for dogs and their humans.  The course will run for five consecutive Wednesday evenings at 7:30 pm, June 1 through June 29. The cost for the course is $220. Registration is now open and will close May 23, or when all the…

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“Enrichment” refers to the myriad ways you can use your home environment to make your dog’s life fuller, richer, and more satisfying. One of the best ways to enrich your dog’s life is to throw away his food bowl and make him work for his calories. When you’re ready to throw away the your dog’s…

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“Enrichment” refers to the myriad ways you can use your home environment to make your dog’s life fuller, richer, and more satisfying. One of the best ways to enrich your dog’s life is to throw away his food bowl and make him work for his calories. Your dog is descended from a long line of…

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