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What do you Know About Dog Meat? Free Animal Welfare Seminar

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

I just got this announcement from our friends at Legacy Canine in Sequim (owned by the internationally famous dog trainer, Terry Ryan, on the penninsula) and wanted to pass it on to you. It’s a free event and it looks fascinating! Here’s what they wrote:

Jennifer Brown of Phuket, Thailand, on Soi Dogs will be speaking on Wednesday Nov 9 from 7-8 PM.

This talk should be of key interest to those who travel and spend their tourist dollars in Thailand and surrounding areas, as well as everyone interested in improving animal welfare globally. (more…)

Written by Grisha Stewart, Ahimsa Dog Training, Seattle

Retractable leashes: friend or foe?

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

There are several brands of retractable leashes, including Flexi Leash, Eddie Bauer, Planet Dog (Zip-leash pictured here), and Guardian Gear. I can’t think of another leash with so many opinions about it! I’ll explore the pros and cons of using retractable leashes in this post.

Written by Grisha Stewart, Ahimsa Dog Training, Seattle

Dog Fences: Invisible vs. Visible

Sunday, February 10th, 2008

Get a Real Fence I’ve been asked by dog training clients several times about my opinion on the Invisible Fence. The short answer is that I really, really don’t like shock fencing; I think it’s inhumane. Watch the video below, which shows several humans wearing a shock collar, for an indication of what it might be like for a dog to wear a shock collar. (more…)

Written by Grisha Stewart, Ahimsa Dog Training, Seattle

Tug-A-Jug Rocks!

Wednesday, June 27th, 2007

My favorite new toy is definitely the Tug-A-Jug by Busy Buddy. When Sagan gets amped up and wants to tackle Peanut (who is never in the mood for her), we have her sit/stay and then put some kibble in this fabulous invention. Sagan tires herself out and peace returns to our two dogs and their moms.

You can feed the dog’s whole meal in there and it’s very easy to put the food in. Just unscrew and dump in a scoop.

We have both sizes of the Tug-A-Jug at the training center in Ballard and in our new online store, though there are other places in Seattle to buy them now, too. I think. :)

Written by Grisha Stewart, Ahimsa Dog Training, Seattle [Slashdot] [Digg] [Reddit] [del.icio.us] [Facebook] [Technorati] [Google] [StumbleUpon]




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