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PETS: Different levels for dog training

Training your dog can be a rewarding experience for you and your pet. Increased communication lessen

Blogs pets on parade

PETS: Exercise is linked to behavior

Many behavior problems in dogs are due to a lack of exercise. How do you exercise your dog? Leash wa

Blogs pets on parade

PETS: Training your pet makes life more enjoyable and safe

One activity I recommend for all dog owners is a basic obedience class. Taking the time to teach you

Blogs pets on parade

PET PARADE: Variety is the “dog treat” of life

Some of us are lucky and have dogs that are calm and content to lounge around the house and cuddle w

Blogs pets on parade

PET PARADE: Training, learning commands, and social skills

It's hard to believe it has been a year since Rio joined my family. He brings fun and excitement to

Blogs pets on parade

PET PARADE: Relationships are a challenge

It's been a while since I updated you on Rio's progress. The most important thing we have been worki

Blogs pets on parade

Pets Parade: Crate training saves dog, house

I am a big believer in crate training dogs. Not just for house training, but to keep your stuff and

Blogs pets on parade

PET PARADE: Rio is a true ‘go-getter’

When I adopted Rio, he was classified as a "Go Getter." No truer words were spoken. Rio starts ea

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On Guard

Jesse enters the room and Rio positions himself to maintain posession.

Blogs pets on parade

On Guard

Rio careful guards his chew. You can barely see it.

Blogs pets on parade

PET PARADE: Nail clipping going better, now working on possession

In my last blog abut Rio, I mentioned he doesn't like his nails trimmed. In an update about that, th

Blogs pets on parade

Building Trust

He doesn't mind me touching his feet. Notice the nail clipper is resting on the table.