Day: January 30, 2022

Column: Training dogs with an iced tea spoon?

Dinner (and training) time! Please Support Local Advertisers by Carlene White The goal: perfect attention, perfect puppies. By March 15. Time to get down to feeding and training on a schedule to try and produce a few more perfect service dogs. We will try and keep the schedule: Meals from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Training with spoon

Old Trainer: Don’t worry about frostbite on pup’s paws

Mars is one of the canines on dog sled musher Liz Nevills’ team. Sarah A. Miller smiller@idahostatesman.com Dear Old Trainer: We adopted Max and Lola, both terrier/spaniel mixes, when we lived in Dallas. We moved to Laramie last fall and they experienced snow for the first time. They spend all day outside playing and don’t

Who is Puppy Bowl referee Dan Schachner?

DAN Schachner has made several appearances as the referee of the Puppy Bowl. His passion for refereeing in the Puppy Bowl is fuelled by his love for dogs. 2 Dan Schachner helps raise money for several animal rescue groupsCredit: Getty Images Who is Puppy Bowl referee Dan Schachner? According to danschachner.com, Dan Schachner is an

‘I Cloned My Dog—They Have Completely Different Personalities’

I grew up on a big farm in Saskatchewan, Canada and each summer during my teenage years, I would leave the farm to go and stay with a friend of my fathers who was a well known mineral prospector. He taught me all about mineral prospecting during those summers together, and it’s really what I’ve

Watch future service dogs find their footing; Help name them through auction

WINCHESTER, Conn. (WTNH) — 17 future service dogs are in need of names and you can be the one to choose them. The Golden Lab mix puppies were born this month to two mothers, Maple and Gertie, at Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities (ECAD). They will remain at ECAD’s Training and Wellness Center in Winchester

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