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May 16-22 2010 is Dog Bite Prevention Week! Don’t become a statistic.

Did you know that 4.5 million Americans are bitten by dogs each year. Among adults, males are more likely to be bitten than females. Adults with 2 or more dogs living in the household are 5 times more likely to bitten then those living with out dogs. The ASPCA  states that 50 percent of all children in the United States will be bitten by a dog before their 12th birthday? Did you know that...
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Make sure your pet is up to date!

Vaccination Clinic BRING YOUR HEALTHY DOG AND/OR CAT TO THE RABIES/VCC CLINIC 2010 On Sanger Downtown Square Saturday, April 17th (Rain date: April 24) Between 10:00 AM and 1 PM Sponsored by: Sanger Chamber of Commerce With the help of Dr. Lynn Stucky Sanger/Denton Veterinarian Rabies only—$8 Basic—$20 (K-9 DHLPP & Rabies) (Feline FVRPC & Rabies) Deluxe—$30 (K-9 DHLPP,...
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Things to consider before getting that new puppy!

With the holiday season fast approaching, the thought of getting that cute little puppy may have crossed your mind.  Before you make the big commitment of bringing a new puppy into your house here are a few things that you should consider: *Time- What is your lifestyle? Will you have time to spend walking, playing with, & training a new puppy? Remember, once the puppy grows up you still need...
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Ceremonial Start Iditarod 37

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxgBF–ZKyE] Here is a video I put together with some of the mushers participating on the 2009 Iditarod.  Enjoy!
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New pictures! Check them out!

Here are some new picture of some of the dogs that have been or are currently being trained by On The Ball K9 Training LLC.  check out these dogs Interested in training?  You can contact us at www.ontheballk9.com to schedule a FREE demonstration and evaluation with your...
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Working on "place"

   Place is a valuable command to teach your dog.  When you are eating dinner and don’t want your dog next to the table, you can send them to their “place”.  If someone comes to the door and your dog wants to always greet them, you can send them to their “place”. If you want to have a relaxing evening watching a movie without your dog on your lap, you can...
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