By Traci Sennesael, LSHC-Silver Adopting a dog from a shelter or rescue is a very noble thing to do and can mean the difference between life and death for many of these animals. Unfortunately, sometimes people with the best intentions find themselves overwhelmed when they bring their rescue home and are suddenly faced with some … Continued
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By Debbie Gass, CVT, LSHC-S, and Traci Sennesael, LSHC-S With so many different training resources available throughout the world today, it can be quite overwhelming when deciding which program will best fit the lifestyle of you and your pet. And, like with most things in life, there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to training … Continued
By Sally J. Foote, DVMCABC-IAABC, LSHC-S Executive Director, CattleDog Publishing It is April, and thunderstorms are upon us here in the Midwest. Many dogs are fearful of thunderstorms. It is the most common subtype of noise phobias in dogs. The behavioral response may vary from mild pacing or panting up to escape behaviors such as … Continued
Head halters attached to leashes are tools designed to help you control your dog by guiding their head, just as halters and lead ropes are used to help control horses. But are they safe for dogs who are likely to run to the end of their leash? Dr. Yin explains the use of head halters and how to use them safely.