COOL SITES WE LIKE TO VISIT!
If you liked our site (and we sure hope you did) here's some others we like...
Dog Training and Behavior:
--> Pet Corner - Anne's Pet Column on wcco.com
--> The Canine Coach
--> Kong Toys
--> Dog's Best Friend Training - Owned by Dr. Patricia McConnell, Anne's training hero!
--> Tellington TTouch
--> The Dancing Porcupine (Tellington TTouch)
--> The Animal Experience
--> Twin Cities Veterinary Behavior Referral Service
Dog Friendly Living Downtown
--> Edina Realty
Local Dog Friendly Events
--> The Canine Connection
Products you didn't even know you needed (these are WAY too much fun)
--> Patio Pottys
--> Wahssie (trendy clothes, humane prices)
--> Golly Gear (special stuff for small dogs)
--> Dog Powered Scooters
Seminars on Dog Training, Behavior, and Health
--> TC Dog Academy
--> Aunt Jeni's Homemade for Life Dog Food
--> Feeding the raw natural diet
--> Kenwood Pet Clinic
--> University of MN Small Animal Hospital
Pet Friendly Travel
--> Dog Daycare Directory
--> Pets Welcome.com
--> Northern Lights Lodge and Resort, Ely MN
Adopting a pet
--> Pet Finder
--> RAGOM (Golden Retriever Rescue)
--> Info on buying puppies from pet stores
--> Pet Haven
--> All Dog Rescue
--> Underdog Rescue
--> A Rotta Love
-> Water's Edge Retrievers
Dogs Making a Difference
-->Minnesota Therapy Animals
--> R.E.A.D. (Reading Education Assistance Dogs)
--> Woman Venture
As much as we love our dogs, their behavior can be really hard to understand.
Some behaviors feel very normal to a dog, but just don't work in the human world. (Counter surfing comes to mind.) Since it is human rules, it is our responsibility to teach them to our dogs in a loving, patient, and humane way.
It is advisable to contact us regarding classes and consultations for behavioral issues. In addition we have written these articles to help you!
--> Socialization - What is it, and why is it so important?
--> Puppy Biting (mouthing)
--> House training
--> The Canine Coach - More training articles.
A ROTTA LOVE RESCUES
A Rotta Love, a local rescue group focusing on Rottweilers and Pitt Bulls has some very adoptable dogs who have been long over looked. One of these girls has been there since she was rescued from Hurricane Katrina. If you are considering rescuing either of these breeds please consider these pups.
A Rotta Rescues
Dogs Making a Difference - Allyson reads "Go Dog Go" to Cobie