I met this happy dog (Miniature Schnauzer) running along the beach, having a great time, while I was at the Waikanae Estuary. He stopped by to with his owners to say hello, then carried on his merry way. If you want to learn more about his breed click on the link above.
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Although this very good article was written and published last year, it is still very relevant today, no matter where in the world you live.
Ah, 2014. Here she comes! A new year always gets me thinking about what I want for myself in the coming months, but this year I thought: What do I want for all of YOU? For the most part, I’m wishing that you guys are happy, healthy, and discover a river of gold nugget speckled peanut butter running under your property.
But, if I ever do manage to trap a real life Genie, here’s a few other things I’d wish for DINOS families (and all the other dogs too):
1. A veterinarian that uses low-stress handling techniques and treats you and your dog with compassion. I wish this for all of us. Having a skilled, empathetic vet and vet tech that you trust to handle your dog is a huge. HUGE. Here are some leads on vets that might fit that bill.
Also, while we’re wishing, let’s ask for a vet practice with…
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We all have first aid kits for ourselves but how many of us have first aid kits for our pets.
When you think about it, we should all have one for our pets they need one as much as we do.
A first aid kit could help save your pets life whether, you are at home or away. May buy you some time to until you can reach an emergency vet.
Also they are good to have in case of a natural disaster because anything can happen.
Below is a link to a list of things you can put in your pets first aid kit.
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Just thought I would relay an experience Glen and I had the other night while walking Lulu. We decided to go the other way to normal, down our street towards the main highway, many more houses, and it was dark too. We passed a house going one way and their dogs went berserk, and had to pass it on the way home and one jumped the fence and tried it’s best to get to us. I had food in my pocket and ended up throwing 4 handfuls at it to distract it, and Lulu was great during the whole mess – Glen had her leash, and she was definitely agitated but not aggressive back. Scared the bejesus out of me – certainly got my heart rate up, but we both felt all the lessons had paid off in one fell swoop.
Once again, our huge thanks for your guidance. Robyn, Foxton
Here’s a great article, on how pushing and expecting too much from your dog can cause stress and increase the possibility of you or someone else getting bitten.