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January is National Walk Your Dog Month
8 months ago

January is National Walk Your Dog Month

By  •  Features, health & wellness, What's New

2018 is here! It’s a new year and a new opportunity to lead a happier and healthier life.  One thing we can all resolve to do (and something that certainly …
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The Dog-ter is In
11 months ago

The Dog-ter is In

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The Promising Science of Canine Medical Scent Detection

By Taylor Ham

Meet Stewie.

Stewie is a seven-year-old Australian Shepherd with a passion for Frisbee, tennis balls, and the ability to …
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Sniffing Out Victory! Introducing dogs and their humans to the fun of canine nose work.
11 months ago

Sniffing Out Victory! Introducing dogs and their humans to the fun of canine nose work.

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Introducing dogs and their humans to the fun of K9 Nose Work.

By Heidi Meinzer, JD, CPDT-KSA, CNWI

 

I first heard of Nose Work when I started volunteering at …
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The Best Glow Gear for GlowDOGGlow!
12 months ago

The Best Glow Gear for GlowDOGGlow!

By  •  Features, GlowDogGlow Blog

The countdown is on – less than a week until the big night, which means it’s time to get serious about your glow gear.  The GlowDogGlow course is truly a …
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Play Ball!
1 year ago

Play Ball!

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Two-time Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer and his wife Erica raise awareness … and four rescue pups

By Joseph Grammer

Photos by Carina Thornton/Fuzzypants Photography

April 11 was …
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TOP of the CLASS
1 year ago

TOP of the CLASS

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Nick White shares his training methods, fit for celebrity pups

By Joseph Grammer

Nick White started Off-Leash K9 in Woodbridge, VA, in March 2010. Now he has over 80 locations …
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Taking the “Pet” Out of Petrified
1 year ago

Taking the “Pet” Out of Petrified

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Helping dogs’ emotional well-being during vet visits

by Jennifer Korinchak

Can you imagine telling your dog, “Let’s go to the vet!” and seeing her wag her tail, instead of high-tailing …
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Heeling House: Pioneering Animal Assisted Interaction (AAI) into Children’s Therapy
1 year ago

Heeling House: Pioneering Animal Assisted Interaction (AAI) into Children’s Therapy

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By Donna Pfendler-Merkle

Heeling House began as an idea between three friends at an International Therapy Dog Conference in Denver, CO three years ago. They had a vision to take …
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