Last weekend, hundreds of dog trainers (actually probably upwards of close to 1000) from across the country converged on Covington, Kentucky. It was the very first time that
(Note: this is a past Hyde Park Living column)
A friend told me the other day her dog had adopted a very, well, unpleasant interest…or unpleasant to her anyway. He loves rolling in dog ‘poop’. Why on earth would any animal find eating dog poop something fun to do? And how can you put this horrible behavior to rest?
It is not unusual for Craig Beachler, a medical device representative and territory manager, to drive hundreds of miles in between hospitals every week. After all, an important part of his job is being there during surgeries to ensure doctors don’t run into any snags when it comes to using his company’s products.
(This one of my past Hyde Park Living columns.)
Many unwanted behaviors like pulling on a leash, growling, barking, or biting are blamed on dominance. “They’ve got that alpha dog thing going on.”
A reminder from our adorable 4 year oldish (give or take several months) SAM