Category Archives: Dog Safety

Mysterious “Drownings” of Humans & Dogs | Raising Awareness

Kevin Ritz of Scappoose, Oregon grew up around the water. He and his wife, Sheryl, were following suit with their own three children as boating was their main family activity. Being experts in water safety, their children were equipped with the best flotation devices available and were avid swimmers.

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Sun, Surf, Sand, and Your Dog | Tucker Goes to Cannon Beach

There are many dog-friendly beaches that make for a nice getaway for you and your pet. I took my yellow lab, Tucker, to Cannon Beach this week for a day trip and we both had a great time!

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Safe Summer Fun For Your Dog

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Dogs are part of our families, right? It is so enjoyable to be able to include them in summer activities now that we are looking at a few months of superb weather. There are so many places that you can take your well behaved dog.

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The Master’s Degree Elk Antler Chews

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In addition to providing our students with the best in interactive dog training whether in person or online, we occasionally suggest a particular product that we believe to be outstanding.

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The Therapeutic Value of Dogs & Play

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This week we had the privilege to receive Dr. Risë VanFleet in Portland at the Annual Fall Play Therapy Conference. Dr. VanFleet has many credentials in both psychology and dog training, she has worked with therapists and trainers all around the world, and written dozens of books. 

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Being Aware of Your Dog’s Expression

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It is extremely important to become familiar with your dog’s expressions so that you may be more in tune to what a dog it trying to tell you, and even more important when there are children. They must be taught how to approach a strange dog and how to interact appropriately with the family dog.

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Your Dog’s Favorite Ball Could Be Deadly

Last week my husband and I nearly lost our beloved Rottweiler, Jaegar. Never think that you are exempt from a mishap simply because you are an animal expert or know all about dogs.

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