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Ruff Rules Episode Two – How to Get Your Dog to Stop Pulling the Leash

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In the next episode of Ruff Rules, generic cialis prostate Sadie learns to ignore distractions and direct her attention to her owner when being walked.
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Dogboy Launches Video Series Ruff-Rules on U-Live.com

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Check out my new video series Ruff Rules on Ulive.com! In the first video, tadalafil sickness Pet-icure Panic, sildenafil purchase I teach Hans how to overcome his fear of having his nails trimmed.
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Winter 2013 Basic Obedience Graduates

db_winter_basic_grads_2Congratulations to my latest group of graduates from the Thursday night basic obedience class at Wag Club. Everyone did a fantastic job, viagra buy viagra sale and passed the course with flying colors. I’m beaming with pride.

Fall 2012 Basic Obedience Graduates

Fall 2012 Graduating Class - Basic ObedienceCheers to the recent group of graduates from my Thursday night basic obedience dog class at Wag Club. Everyone involved did a great job and I couldn’t be more proud. Thanks to Sophie Gamand of Striking Paws for the photos.

Curb your dog!

Curb your dogIf you live in NYC, discount cialis medicine then you are familiar with the term “PLEASE CURB YOUR DOG”.  It’s printed on little signs and placed on many of the tree beds that line the residential streets of the city.  Many homeowners consider the sidewalk in front of their buildings to be part of their home. They can be seen sweeping it or hosing it down. They are in fact responsible for cleaning the snow and ice from it and can face penalties if it is not shoveled and salted in a timely fashion. It shocks me however at how few people actually know what it means to curb your dog. Very simply it means don’t let your dog urinate or defecate in the middle of the sidewalk, cheap on trees and plants or on stoops and buildings. It means bring your dog to the curb to do his business in the street. It always irritates me to see a big smear of doggie diarrhea that someone attempted to pick up but was only able to finger-paint the sidewalk with. Especially when I am wheeling my daughters’ baby carriage and have to wiggle around other pedestrians who are also trying to avoid the despicable specimen (credit brent). Even worse are “professional” dog walkers who are chatting on their phone while the dogs in their care are peeing on a neighbors stoop.