Monthly Archives: December 2013

Dog Bite study

The American Veterinary Medical Association sponsored a study on fatal dog bites. Below is an overview. Objective—To examine potentially preventable factors in human dog bite–related fatalities (DBRFs) on the basis of data from sources that were more complete, verifiable, and … Continue reading

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Teaching Self Control

Teaching Self Control Video, by Donna Hill Self control is one skill ALL dogs need to learn and is a basis for many behaviors. Here is a video of how to train it as well as the real life applications … Continue reading

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