We have already talked about accommodating old and little dogs indoors. Today's post is about transporting dogs who might have some trouble getting to a vehicle on their own.
Sunday, December 7, 2014
Saturday, December 6, 2014
We became a multi dog household back in 2006. I was still learning about dogs (well, I’m always learning). And the information I had at the time was to “support the hierarchy” – feed the first or most assertive or most "dominate" dog first; pet her first, let her out the door first, etc... Seemed to make sense at the time.
Posted by Puddin at 8:35 PM
Monday, December 1, 2014
Well, it's not really advanced. But this video series just goes into more detail about the process - something to read if you have been trying desensitization and counter conditioning and it doesn't seem to be working - and you've ruled out medical issues of course
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
In my last post on harnesses, I mentioned how I like the harnesses that have the double clasp because I dont have to lift my dog's legs to put it on. Puddin (my Dachshund mix) has big floppy ears. So even thought I don't have to lift her leg, she probably doesn't appreciate me pulling most harnesses over her head.