Great job, you two!
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Great job, you two!
Tomorrow is a new day. Good luck!
3 generations of CBR males- 2 CH SHs with CDXs (both working at the utility level; the oldest has 1 utility leg) & the 6 mo. old baby. 10 yr old is retired from field work, his 5 yr old son is...
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Gosh, I hope all goes well for Angus. It's so hard not knowing.
Hate to be adding to this thread, but thought I should...Today I received word from the Univ. of Missouri that our 12+ yr. old Chesapeake male, Tomahawk, did indeed have DM when we let him go 2 weeks...
Thanks for sharing Gunner's story in words and pictures. What a good, long life he had! So sorry for your loss.
Wow! You've been training hard! Congrats!
Wonderful story. Great looking young man & pup!
Muzzle, in case you're dealing with a dog in pain who doesn't realize you're not the source of the pain!
Awesome job! Congratulations!
Don't have a pup right now, and I feed our adult Chessies Nutrisource GF Chicken.
But this discussion got me thinking. When we got our first CBR 15 yrs ago, many breeders, competitors and friends...
What wonderful news! Our old CBR has had a handful of pancreatitis episodes over the past years, but none any where near as bad as your poor girl. Sounds like she's on the mend. Fingers crossed!
What a fun read! Congratulations on both wonderful events!
Since it's a pup you're training, you may be able to lure the nose down with a treat under the dog's nose, right on the ground. Place your thumb and index finger just behind the shoulder blades and...
Thanks a lot!
Our club will be giving out duck bands as well as ribbons at our upcoming HTs. Anyone have a source for them?
Holding good thoughts and sending prayers for the little one.
So sorry you lost your special companion. If it's any help, my 83 year old obedience instructor is on her 7 "last" dog. Training is what keeps her young!
Darn, another one. So very sorry for your loss.
Such a sad, beautiful story. RIP sweet Jake.
Awesome job! Especially loved the last pic.
That's how I learned A) about the putting wet cell phone in rice trick, and B) to ALWAYS bring a change of clothes training- especially if it's early April in the Northwest...