Well we lost the super bowl, but it was well played and Leia still shamelessly supports her team. Go seahawks!
Before your dog learns how to hurdle over jumps and blow through tunnels, he needs to learn some fundamental skills. These basics skills are collectively known as flat work. Flat work includes basic obedience such as sit, come, down and stay. It also includes commands more specifically geared toward agility like being comfortable having his […]
In 1978, dog handlers entertained the crowd at Crufts by asking their dogs to leap over jumps, weave through poles, and dash through tunnels. Their entertainment was wildly successful, and from it a new dog sport was born. Agility is a game of speed, and a great way to bond with your dog. It’s also […]
November 1st marks the second anniversary of our NaNoWoofMo story! A round-robin told on various blogs by dogs (And cats, and pigs and rabbits!) around the world. Last year the story was about a young dog trying to save his master, so I thought this year we would try a slightly different story. Here is […]
Every year my husband and I take our son to a local pumpkin patch, and the last couple of years we have taken one of the dogs along with us. Last year it was our foster pug. This year we decided to take Rocco. Rocco loves going on car rides, and he loves hanging […]
Now you see it… Now you don’t!
I’m posting this for a friend of mine who is also an author. If you’d like to help her along please feel free to tweet or share the news about her book. About the book Lily looked over her shoulder and, seeing no one, began to relax. It was just her imagination. It had […]