Text by Ashleigh Macpherson (NZ), featuring her 2 Finnish Spitzes Mika and Tofu. Thank you Ashleigh for this great article and allowing us to share it <3
Dr. Sophia Yin (February 5, 1966 – September 28, 2014) was a veterinarian, applied animal behaviorist, author and lecturer. She was an internationally recognized pioneer in the field of animal behavior applied to pet training
Her behavior modification programs are based
The Umbilical Cord Training Method
One of the most important aspects of a successful house training method is preventing mistakes. To achieve this, you must never let your puppy wander off alone unsupervised.
It takes just a couple of seconds for a
By Kayla Fratt on K9 of Mine
Finding a trusted, reputable breeder is of the utmost importance.
Choose a bad breeder, and your puppy could grow into a very sick dog!
Good breeders, on the other hand, will provide you with a
Written by: Terri Lewin Gilbert
Why do people recommend choosing a breeder who shows and titles their dogs to folks who are just looking for a pet and have no interest in showing? Why should breeding to breed standard be
Obesity can be a real problem for Finnish Spitzes. An overweight dog has an elevated risk of injury, illness and disease, including Patellar Luxation and Hip Dysplasia. So, it’s important to monitor your dog weight and if needed, to take action
It’s that time of year again. Cold and flu season doesn’t just affect us, it affects our pets too. One common complaint that can hit your dog during the winter season is kennel cough.
Kennel cough is exactly what it’s called:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regulations require that dogs must be healthy to enter the United States. And with limited exceptions, dogs must be immunized against rabies and have a valid rabies vaccination certificate. These requirements apply equally
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There's an idea that's caught on like wildfire that exercise is some kind of panacea that will solve all behavior problems. Not only is this not true, it's led to dangerous trend of owners pushing their