Raptor Shield

Raptor Shield

Category: Dog Life
Owners beware! Due to the increase of Birds of Prey, small pets are being attacked in larger numbers than ever before. These occurences are happening across the United States, Canada, England and even in Australia.  more
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My Charlie Brown

Category: Inspire
For my whole life, until 10 years ago, I never had a dog. I had been attacked by a dog as a kid—Maybe ‘attacked’ is too strong of a word, but when you are learning how to ride a bike on a gravel road at your parents’ cabin and a half blind St. Bernard comes running towards you and takes you down, ‘attack’ is the word that seems to describe the drama. more
How I Met My Dog

How I Met My Dog

Category: Inspire
It was early December when I got the phone call about a Pit Bull whose owner had died of a drug overdose. The caller, a concerned neighbour, had heard I was sympathetic to the breed and that I might be able to help them, being that I am an animal communicator. If the dog didn’t get moved quickly she would be put to sleep. more
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Thinking About Giving Your Dog CBD?

Category: Health
It’s hard to deny the growing acceptance of CBD as an effective way to help our dogs with pain, anxiety, and seizures; however, with CBD’s surge in popularity, there’s growing confusion on the right CBD dosage for dogs. more

Digging Problem Solved!

Category: Dog Training
Most dogs love to dig. It’s an instinctive behaviour. So, what do you do when you dig your dog, but aren’t so fond of his digging habit? To discourage your dog from digging holes in your lawn, excavating your flower bed, and tunneling through your tomatoes, consider creating a space in your yard designed specifically for digging. You’re much more likely to meet with success if you provide your dog with a dedicated digging spot rather than try and discourage the behaviour altogether. more


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