Tag Archive: geese chasing dogs (15)

10 Ways to Help Your Dog Through This Fireworks Season

June 30, 2021
Fireworks are beautiful and awe-inspiring for humans to see. They symbolize freedom and summer and celebrations to us. However, fireworks are damaging to the environment, dangerous for wildlife, and they terrify many of our pets and veterans. The summer holiday season, especially July 4th, can be a traumatic incident for... Read More

10 Tips for Helping Your Dog Through Fireworks

June 30, 2021
Fireworks are beautiful and awe-inspiring for humans to see. They symbolize freedom and summer and celebrations to us. However, fireworks are damaging to the environment, dangerous for wildlife, and they terrify many of our pets and veterans. The summer holiday season, especially July 4th, can be a traumatic incident for... Read More

10 Ways to Help Your Dog Through Fireworks Season

June 30, 2021
Fireworks are beautiful and awe-inspiring for humans to see. They symbolize freedom and summer and celebrations to us. However, fireworks are damaging to the environment, dangerous for wildlife, and they terrify many of our pets and veterans. The summer holiday season, especially July 4th, can be a traumatic incident for... Read More

Our Canine Co-Workers: The Many Contributions of Working Dogs

June 18, 2020
When a once-abandoned dog rescued over 100 koalas that had become displaced by the Australian wildfires recently, it was what one animal welfare expert dubbed a “zero to hero” story, and an Australian Koolie named “Bear” enjoyed a moment of canine celebrity. “He did not make a very good pet... Read More

Working with Dogs: Better Noses, Cuter Faces

June 18, 2020
When a once-abandoned dog rescued over 100 koalas that had become displaced by the Australian wildfires recently, it was what one animal welfare expert dubbed a “zero to hero” story, and an Australian Koolie named “Bear” enjoyed a moment of canine celebrity. “He did not make a very good pet... Read More

The Dangers of Blue Green Algae for Dogs

August 22, 2019
Did you know that our four-legged friends are at an increased risk of becoming ill from blue green algae (a.k.a. cyanobacteria)? This risk is due to the way they interact with bodies of water such as lakes, rivers, and ponds. Between drinking water whilst swimming, jumping fully in during play,... Read More

Killer Waters: The Dangers of Blue Green Algae for Dogs

August 22, 2019
Did you know that our four-legged friends are at an increased risk of becoming ill from blue green algae (a.k.a. cyanobacteria)? This risk is due to the way they interact with bodies of water such as lakes, rivers, and ponds. Between drinking water while swimming, jumping fully in during play,... Read More

A Dog’s Life: From Working Canine to Family Dog

July 25, 2019
I am often asked, "What does your company do with your goose chasing dogs and bed bug sniffing dogs after their job is over?" So, I thought I'd share a recent story about how many of our working dogs transition into retirement. We hope you enjoy Molly's story and we'd... Read More

Top 12 Training Tips for your Dog

January 2, 2017
6 Things You're Doing Right with Your Dog 1. Researching Your Breed Before Buying Researching your breed before you buy is so important because it helps you be honest about the effort you are realistically able to put into your dog. While some breeds of dog are great family dogs,... Read More

Top 12 Training Tips for Your Dog

January 2, 2017
6 Things You're Doing Right with Your Dog 1. Researching Your Breed Before Buying Researching your breed before you buy is so important because it helps you be honest about the effort you are realistically able to put into your dog. While some breeds of dog are great family dogs,... Read More