Please Have a Seat

I love dogs.  I love to pet them, snuggle with them, watch them play, and, of course, train them.  But I do have my limits.  I also like my personal space. I like to be able to sit in my living room to visit with family and friends and decide [...]

Please Have a Seat2019-06-06T15:32:13-07:00

A Recipe for Success: the Wonderful World of KONGS

A Kong is a hard, hollow, rubber dog toy that is shaped like a snowman, with a small hole on the top and a larger hole on the bottom.  It is dishwasher safe and, for the most part, virtually indestructible for most dogs.  A Kong by itself can be a [...]

A Recipe for Success: the Wonderful World of KONGS2019-06-06T15:33:03-07:00

Celebrate the 4th of July safely

The 4th of July is just around the corner, with fireworks that are inevitable with this great holiday.  However spectacular for humans, this can often be a stressful time for dogs.  Lisa Spector wrote a wonderful post with some wonderful tips!  Please take a few moments to check it out: [...]

Celebrate the 4th of July safely2012-06-30T15:04:43-07:00

Rainy Day Activities

On those rare occasions when San Diego gets a few rainy days in a row, it can not only put a damper on our daily plans, but also wreak havoc on our dogs’ behavior as well.  When dogs are used to going out for daily walks or are true weekend [...]

Rainy Day Activities2022-02-03T18:56:38-08:00

House Breaking Your Puppy

Start at the ideal age.  The best time to begin housebreaking a puppy is when it is 7 ½ to 8 ½ weeks old.  At this age, you can teach your puppy where to eliminate before it has established its own preferences.  But don’t worry, if your puppy is older [...]

House Breaking Your Puppy2012-04-12T21:23:06-07:00
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