• Something to Chew On - Orson

    16 Jun A Dog’s Dictionary

    I am pretty sure that dogs have convened and agreed to create their own dictionary.  Orson’s dictionary would probably look something like this. All gone – this is a trick, there is always more food, never ever stop begging. Come – determine if there are......

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  • 21 Apr Not My Dog!

    I drive around the corner, almost home, and there he is, a cute yellow dog. He is adorable. He is loose. He is alone.  He has not been taught to look both ways before crossing the street. I must catch him and reunite him with......

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  • 05 Aug Guilty or Not Guilty?

    Does your dog feel guilty when she disobeys? Probably not, according to Alexandra Horowitz, dog cognition scientist and author. Yet we have all seen that guilty look, haven’t we? Head down, sad eyes, tail tucked, slinking away. Is that guilt?  Or is it a response......

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  • 25 Feb Tail Wagging Tips – The Microchip

    Your dog should have a registered microchip. Collars and tags are great and necessary; but think of the microchip as a safety net in the event the collar and tags get lost.  The microchip is about the size of a grain of rice and is......

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  • 21 Jan Tips to Keep your Dog Safe in an Emergency

    I had the pleasure of listening to Debra Jo Chiapuzio, founder of the Emma Zen Foundation, speak about emergency preparedness for our pets.  There are easy steps we can take now to protect our pets.  Here is what I learned. Consistently obeying three commands keeps......

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  • 06 Jan Clean up After your Dog with Earth Friendly Poop Bags from Mynetpets

    It seems for every cup of dog food Orson eats, he poops three cups.  I do not know where it all comes from, but what I do know is we use a lot of poop bags.  When Mynetpets sent me their bags to try, I......

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