Love dogs. Love traveling no faster than a brisk walk. You gotta know how much I loved this sign.
You have a flashlight and batteries. You’ve stocked up water and food in your pantry. You know where to find safety. But is your dog ready? And does s/he know these important cues before disaster strikes?
Honey looked wistful as we motored past the beach. No digging in the sand today. We were having an adventure. And during an adventure, it’s tough being a dog.
When people find we live on a sailboat, they often say something like “living the dream, eh?” But it ain’t all margaritas and sunsets. Just ask Honey.
Last month Honey and I got to meet a special friend. Can you guess who from the title?
When looking for places to anchor, we need to find somewhere for Honey to land for play time and, well, you know…
Honey is a damn good dog. Certainly the best trained dog I’ve ever lived with. But she’s not perfect. And after seven years training her, I’ve discovered the secret that would make her perfect. Do you want to know what it is?
We’re pet sitting Honey’s two “cousins.” Can you see what they all have in common?
Successful dog trainers know the power of rewards. They know to be consistent. And they know dogs are always learning. But few put all this together to realize the big secret that every dog trainer needs to know.
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