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3 Natural Supplements for Healing My Dog’s Joint Injury

Happiness is a happy space in a dog's crate. (Photo: dogtrainingsecrets.com)

A couple of years ago, Sydney developed a partial cruciate tear. It wasn’t bad enough to require surgery and since she’s not a super active dog, we didn’t worry about her injury turning into a full tear. We decided to allow her to heal naturally. Over the past two years, Sydney has reinjured the leg […]

Ultimate Guide to BARF Raw Feeding by a Dog Nutrition Blogger

Ultimate Guide to BARF Raw Feeding by a Dog Nutrition Blogger   By now, I’m sure most dog owners have heard about raw feeding. There is a lot of information online sharing the benefits and risks associated with the raw food diet for dogs (and cats) and sometimes it’s nice to sit down with another […]

Kids and Dog Sports

Rachel and Dobby winning big at the 4-H Show in 2013

TPPC.tv’s, Pets Teach Us So Much Blog and Radio Show welcomes a new millenial voice, Rachel Hart of His Muddy Paw Prints blog.  We are looking forward to reading about Rachel’s adventures with her dogs Dobby and Tessa.  She actively participates in competitions and we are so looking forward to hearing Rachel’s perspective on dog […]

Read the Ingredients before Buying

Dogs can't read, so we have to.

    A brand recently contacted me about a possible review on Keep the Tail Wagging. Before accepting a review, I always check the ingredients to make sure the product is a good fit for my audience. When I visited this brand’s site, I was appalled by the ingredients. The site gave the impression that […]

How to Stop Your Dog From Chewing

How to Fix Chewing Most dogs chew because they are bored. In order to fix the chewing, we have to fix the boredom. The dog should have his current exercise program increased by at least 30 minutes and make sure his toys are being rotated so he doesn’t get bored of the toys he has […]

A Warning About Pet Food or Junk Science

Is this Pet Food Junk Science? (Photo: pupsmile.com)

A Warning About Pet Food or Junk Science A consumer funded pet food test was recently conducted that has created an interesting discussion amongst pet lovers. The testing shared that the existence of chemicals, excessive calcium, and bacteria in pet food can lead to disease. To many pet owners, this isn’t a surprise, there is […]

Pet Owners Should Allow Rumors to Inspire Research

Pet Owners Should Allow Rumors to Inspire Research Recently I’ve been hearing a lot about a raw food brand; Blue Ridge Beef. Is this a reputable brand? How are people’s dogs doing on their raw meals? Shortly after someone posts a query, someone responds with list of rumors about how Blue Ridge Beef does business. […]

How Dog Training Taught Me to Be a Better Person

How Dog Training Taught Me to Be a Better Person. People ask me all the time about my career as a dog trainer; “You are so lucky that you get to play with puppies all day!” “You get to be outside and around animals? How amazing!” “You must meet so many adorable dogs!” Yes, I […]

Clear the Clutter for the New Year and Give to Rescue

Clear the Clutter for the New Year and Give to Rescue We have a room in our house that you can barely move around in; it looks like an episode of a hoarders show, but without the dead mice. This used to be my home photography studio and then my home office. It’s now the […]

The Vaccination Debate-Should you vaccinate your dog

The Vaccination Debate Last month there was quite the reaction to an article on Dogs Naturally Magazine entitled 5 Things that Vets Tell You That Aren’t the Truth. Wow! Now that’s compelling and I clicked the link to read more. The article went on to share their thoughts on vaccinations. I read it and moved […]

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