We’ll be back!

November 21, 2011

Thank you for taking such good care of my pups! I really do appreciate all your work and care!  I didn’t take trips before because I had no one I trusted to take care of my dogs, Fox can be a handful with her distain for other dogs, and now I can.  Even though we […]

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Eternally Grateful

November 21, 2011

Dianna & Jason, this event couldn’t have been possible without you both – everyone at both animal shelters will be eternally grateful for giving Buddy a second chance at life. Thank you both for your hard work, your kindness, your dedication, and your no-nonsense attitude. 🙂 It was an honor just to witness your work […]

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Dogs as Readers and Interpreters

October 2, 2011

If you hadn’t spent much time around dogs, you might think that they are crude little critters who don’t focus on much besides dinner, fire hydrants and their next ride in the family car.If you did, however, you’d be wrong. Actually, dogs are amazingly attuned to subtle – as well as not-so-subtle – changes in […]

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Mistakes: An Opportunity in Disguise

May 6, 2011

By Dianna Young Okay, your dog goes berserk when somebody rings the doorbell. It happens in a lot of households. And a lot of people don’t know what to do about it, so they do nothing. The problem with doing nothing, however, is that it silently endorses the dog’s behavior. We have to disagree actively […]

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Rescue Dogs

April 7, 2011

Have you ever thought about adopting a dog that needs to be rescued from neglect or abuse? Yes? That’s commendable. With more than 55 million dogs in the United States, plenty of them need to be rescued. You probably can find a previously neglected or abused canine at your local animal shelter or dog-adoption agency. […]

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