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Think of the Two Wolves to Eliminate “Bad” Behavior

We’ve all heard the Tale of the Two Wolves. To summarize, the story has an old Cherokee man telling his grandson about two wolves, one representing good and the other representing evil, fighting for dominance. When the grandson asks which will win, the grandfather responds “the one you feed.” About Bad Behavior Dogs don’t have […]

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How to Train Your Dog When You Have no Time

Hi, y’all. Last time, I talked about ways to tire your dog out so that he doesn’t cause you problems out of boredom. Today, I’d like to talk about starting to train your dog to be a contented member of your household, even if you don’t have much time for them and strangers constantly come […]

Quick Fixes

8 Hacks to Stay Sane When You’re Caring for an Elderly Person, but also Have Dogs

When I moved in with my eighty-three-year-old mother to help take care of her, that was challenging for me in itself. But I also had two active dogs that were used to getting lots of exercise and attention, who had spent most of their time with two middle-aged adults. They didn’t ask to be moved […]