Monthly Archives: April 2012

Annual Vaccinations

Tess and I have been enjoying the trials and tribulations of our weekly rally class.  Rally has been a pleasant surprise.  Our class consists of one lively 14 month old Norwich terrier, two Rottweiler teenagers, both rescues with very patient … Continue reading

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The Weakest Link

Yesterday was a perfect day in my part of the Pacific Northwest.  The 70 degrees and blue sky screamed hike to me and mine, so off we went to Dog Mountain.  Yes, it really exists.  Dog Mountain is a short … Continue reading

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The Best Core Exercise EVER

Introducing the trot.  It isn’t colorful or flashy, but it’s guaranteed to add muscle strength and coordination to even the most “hopeless” of canines!  No equipment or assembly required; just you, a pair of running shoes, a harness, and love.  … Continue reading

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Fit To Be Tied

I recently received my April edition of Clean Run magazine and have been admiring the increased exposure the poodle is receiving.  On the cover is a dashing 9-year old toy named Radar flying through a tunnel with a very determined … Continue reading

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