Monthly Archives: September 2013

Dear Running Bloggers: Stick to the fartleks and shoe guides and leave the dogs to the animal experts

A couple years ago I ran across a Runners World article titled, A Breed Apart: Can your dog go the distance?, which attempted to prescribe specific breeds of dogs to runners as though they were shoe brands for underpronators with … Continue reading

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Photogenic dogs and the added benefit of a good “Stay”

Teaching a good “Stay” for your dog(s) has infinite and far-reaching benefits. ¬†Whether it’s waiting to go out the door, using good manners before accepting food or staying put incase of emergency, a dog’s ability to stay on command can … Continue reading

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Kung Fu Canines

I recently started sifting through my video footage of Peaches and Buster playing, with the hope of learning to objectively analyze their various play moves and tendencies to learn more about their interaction with one another, however unlikely the “objective” … Continue reading

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