When a 10-year-old Geremy Arnold met Buddy, his new half-German Shepherd, half-Alaskan Malamute puppy, he would never have imagined that
“We put the new dog into our car with our other dog.” “I held each of them by the collar and put them nose-to-nose to meet.” “Our son brought home a stray dog and took her into the back yard with our other dogs. I guess it was too much for an eight-year-old to handle by himself.”
It’s proven: DOGS REDUCE STRESS! And recently we’ve (re)learned that coloring isn’t just for kids. It makes fantastic, entertaining stress relief for adults as well! With this in mind, we thought, “Why not combine the two… coloring AND dogs?!” Introducing “De-stress …
Why do so many dog trainers and dog fanciers so strongly resist the use of food in working with their dogs? Eric Brad stands in stark contrast to these traditional trainers. He uses food as part of…
A book I find very helpful for new puppy owners is:
Nail Clipping done right!
Sometimes dog nails can be intimidating to trim. Logan has all black nails that are impossible to gauge where the blood supply is.
I won’t even get into Logan’s embarassing long nails (that grow like weeds!), but I trim quite a few of my clients’ pups who are either scared to do it themselves, or just don’t know how. This is a great chart to keep in your mind when you’re trimming your own pups’ nails. We’ve all heard of the ‘quick’, but very few actually know where it starts.
Hopefully this chart will help a little!
What kind of nail trimming tool do you use?