Tag Archives: Canine

Dog News: A TV Channel for Dogs May Help Dogs in Tampa With Separation Distress

Dog News: A TV Channel for Dogs May Help Dogs in Tampa With Separation Distress 
 
Dr. Dodman says Dog TV is a good idea for your dog!

Dr. Dodman says Dog TV is a good idea for your dog!

If your dog suffers from separation distress, owner absent barking, and/or destructive behavior– here is a new TV channel that may help.  Creators of the channel state that they place programming on the channel that is scientifically proven to calm dogs and entertain them.  If you try this channel send us an email and let us know how your dog reviews the channel — Info@CourteousCanine.com.

 
 

Local Dog Trainer Alerts: I found this after recent heavy rain

rosarypeaLocal Dog Trainer Alerts: I found this after recent heavy rain
 
It is a single seed of something I know as “rosary pea”.
It is very toxic (more so than ricin) and the plant itself is toxic to horses.
I suggest we always supervise our pets (also children) to know exactly what they may be investigating:
 
Author: Karen Vance

Dog Training Wisdom: Aggression creates aggression

Dog Training Wisdom: Aggression creates aggression

Patricia McConnell's Willie

Patricia McConnell’s Willie

The funny thing about aggression is that it creates aggression.  When a human chooses to be violent with a dog this violence causes violence. Science-based, peaceful training techniques are more effective and actually successful. Dr. Patricia McConnell has written a fantastic blog explaining this, check it out:

 

Courteous Canine, Inc. Youngest Agility Student

Courteous Canine, Inc. Youngest Agility Student

At 11 years of age, Nataley is the youngest agility student at Courteous Canine. Natalie runs her Jack Russell Terrier Eddie over agility courses and spends time practicing in her yard every week. Natalie also sometimes runs a Papillion named Bella. Nataley says, “She likes that agility involves animals and exercising and finally getting weave poles. She says the hardest thing about agility is training the weave poles. And finally she says that she loves that her dog Eddie is “hyper and gets all excited when we pull in and that tells me he really enjoys agility. He and I are a lot alike.”

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