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They will only be as good as you make them!

So you just got a new dog or puppy. The next logical step would be, get it trained. You start looking around for dog trainers. Do you do group class, private lessons, or a board and train? What method of training do you use? What are your really looking to get out of the training, a dog that can go almost any place or just one that behaves at home?  All of these are good questions but some...
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Another K9 Scent Works 101 class scheduled for Feb.

Since our Jan. class is FULL we have decided to add another class to start in Feb. This is a fun class that every do can have success at and you will enjoy immensely as your dog learns to harness the power and ability of his/her nose! This class was created to develop your dog’s natural abilities by using their desire to hunt combined with their love of toys, food and exercise. It’s a great...
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Can you see what your dog is telling you?

I have had people tell me that their dog reacts to things without any warning. The thing is that the dog probably gave some kind of signal communicating what their next move was going to be. Our dogs communicate by body language. This communication may be very obvious or no so much. Here are a few signals that you can watch for when your dog is interacting with other dogs. Calming...
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K9 Scent Works 101

Looking for something fun to do with your dog?  Starting Sunday January 16th we will be offering a new class, K9 Scent Works 101. This fun class will allow your dog to use their natural instinct to hunt as well as drain some mental and physical energy at the same time.  Dogs of almost any age can participate and no obedience training required. This class is six weeks and will be held each...
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New 1 Inch Pattern

   We just added a new pattern to our 1 inch Lupine Collars and Leads.  Check out Brook Trout, the most popular retired pattern along with other patterns at the K9...
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Tips to help with puppy play biting

  Most puppies are biting machines, often nipping or mouthing at clothes and body parts of people and other animals in greeting or as part of play. Puppy biting is a normal and essential part of behavioral development. When your puppy was with its mother and litter mates she learned to play by wrestling.  Since she doesn’t have any hands she would bite.  If she bit too hard, her litter mate...
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