Last week we received sad news from the Vay family who lost their beloved dog, Mosley. Mosley’s heart stopped suddenly and without warning. Hoping to help Boxer moms and dads everywhere, the family made a special request—to share important information about cardiomyopathy arrhythmia. We are more than happy to honor that request for Mosley and his family. What is Boxer Cardiomyopathy? Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy or “Boxer Cardiomyopathy” is a heart disease
With NWBR spread out over such a large geographic area our volunteers have to be willing and able to coordinate with a large number of people from all areas as well as form smaller cohesive local groups to get things done at the grassroots level. Victoria Wysocki is an amazing example of a volunteer who began her relationship with the rescue by adopting Bam Bam from us to be a brother for Goose, she and her husband Steve's baby girl. Victoria and Steve later became excellent
I am always looking for simple, quick and healthy foods that I can give Triton.
This Apple Frozen Treat is about as easy as it gets. Simply cut up an apple making sure to remove all of the seeds as these are poisionous to dogs. place dices of the apple in the muffin tin, fill with water and place in freezer for a couple of hours. Once frozen simply run a little bit of cool water on the back of the muffin tin until you are able to pop them out. Store in a tuperware bowl in th
When I was a kid, our dog had a collar and leash and ate something that came in a big green bag from the grocery store. These days, our dog has a collar, harness, two leashes, two coats, a t-short, boots, her own shampoo, bed, travel bag, dishes, bones and toys of all kinds and her food is prepared daily and is organic, grain free and made in a human grade kitchen. My how times have changed! And our dog is not one of the more “accessorized” pooches, nor has her style kept up
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Dog training an older dog is not always easy, but it is totally doable. Many people have a dog for years and assume they can no longer learn because of age. The fact is, older dogs often learn more enthusiastically than younger dogs. There are some challenges to overcome, but if you are willing to work through them you will find that dogs will learn at any age.
Here are five dog training tips to help