We only dabble in dog sports but when I heard that the Fenzi Dog Sports Academy training camp was going to be in our part of the world, I knew I couldn’t not go. How could I
When Mr. N had acute pancreatitis a few years ago, I thought our life was never going to be the same. We do a lot of training and other activities and I rely heavily on
The arrival of spring means watching flowers bloom, the arrival of (slightly) more sun in Portland, and longer walks during the daylight hours. Mr. N particularly enjoys celebrating spring by rolling in the fresh grass. This
Do you take your dog’s word for it? If they say they’re hungry or tired or really have to go out, do you believe them? Is your dog a liar or honest? Mr. N is
Does your dog need help relaxing? Are they always on the go? Are they struggling with overarousal issues or separation anxiety? Mat work is the answer to teaching dogs to be calm. Our veterinary behaviorist
People often think you need a yard to have a dog. Or a house. Can you have a dog in an apartment or is it not fair to the dog? Mr. N lived in houses
That to do list never grows any shorter and there are always so many demands on your time. You may think you have no time to train your dog due to all the other pressures
Mr. N has never met a place he couldn’t traverse on his own four paws but sometimes being on the ground isn’t the safest place for him. Occasionally, we will go to crowded places lik
Tools are an essential part of life and dog training especially when your dog has figured out how to use items as tools.
Beware! He is headed your way.