Monthly Archives: January 2012

Listening to a Howl

    Only the mountain has lived long enough to listen objectively to the howl of a wolf.  — Aldo Leopold                                       … Continue reading

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“Emotional bids” by Kathy Sdao and Alexandra Kurland

So what have I been learning about training [while the barn and arena are under construction]?  Well, primarily that clicker trained horses are fun to hang out with.  When I haven’t been working on the barn, that’s pretty much what … Continue reading

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So you want to breed your dog…

You have a dog and you’re considering breeding it.      Because: you want your kids to experience the miracle of birth it’s good for the female to have a litter before she gets spayed it will make your dog a “Man”! … Continue reading

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Photographing Wolves

A video by Monty Sloan showing how to photograph wolves at Wolf Park near Battleground, IN.

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Why adopt a senior dog?

Why Should I Adopt a Senior Dog? Many people automatically think of a puppy when they think of adopting a dog. Puppies are warm and cuddly, and everyone wants to hold and pet them. But puppies demand patience and energy … Continue reading

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