Change ignites progress. And while change can be scary, I’ve found the fearful sensation it brings usually means I’m doing something right. In 2008, when I started Leaps N’ Hounds, I definitely felt the fear of change. It was risky, lonely at first, and overwhelming to own a business. Thankfully, working with dogs had already[…]
We could go on and on about socialization. There’s a lot to know and a lot of ways to set your dog up for success. First, what does it mean to be a social dog? Most of our brains go straight to the dog park, but socialization is far more than just group play.[…]
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Good Dog Manners Roughly (ruffly?) 20,000 people showing up to the Zilker Park Kite Festival, and hundreds of dogs. What’s the best way to be safe? Are there warning signs that can help you prevent altercations, keep your family and doggos in good spirits, and avoid bites? There sure are! Give other dog walkers space.[…]
Digging. This oh-so-popular and famously frustrating dog behavior might be the bane of your gardening existence, but rest assured, like most troublesome dog behaviors, unwelcome digging can be resolved. In this article we’ll cover what to do, not to do, and why. So that you can treat the problem from the root. Ahh… so[…]
Updated for 2016. Enjoy! It’s almost the 4th of July! Hooray! Unless your a dog. Yep, we all know how Fido feels about this fun-lovin’ holiday. It’s right up there with having your nails clipped or your temperature taken with the trusty ol’ rectal thermometer. If you’re like most dog owners, you worry for your dog’s[…]