Ann Marie

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How quickly time passes. It seems like it was not too long ago that Hygge came into my husband’s and my life. We are so thankful for him. Not a day goes by that we are not laughing or smiling at his antics, whether that is laying on his back with legs splayed and a...
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What a different time we live in! To flatten the curve and keep our health care systems able to handle the sick we have been told to stay at home unless we work in an essential business. For those of us with puppies or young dogs this is not what we want to hear. How...
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Has it really been roughly 2 months! Oh my how time flies! Why do I feel like Hygge is much more work than when we have had puppies in the past? Could it be that previous puppies, at least in our home, had adult dogs with whom they played and from whom they learned valuable...
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Since January of 2011 when I started teaching puppy classes I have told clients that one day it would be my turn to experience the joys and frustrations of raising a puppy. Well that day was Saturday, Oct. 26th. Meet Hygge (rhymes with piggy), my golden retriever puppy who I hope to train to be...
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It has been my good fortune to have met and worked with so many wonderful people who love their dogs and want the best for them. Whether in classes or privately, I have enjoyed spending time with people, helping them teach their dogs behaviors that allow the dog to be an integral part of the...
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At this time most people either think about or even write down resolutions for the New Year. Everyone is optimistic and has good intentions. As I think about what my resolutions are, one readily comes to mind – post blogs more frequently. While it is easy to say or even write a resolution, it is...
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I met Bailey, though he was named Chewy at the time, when I began dog walking at the old Humane Society off of Central. He was kenneled with Badger. The two were best buds, and playmates to many dogs that enjoyed a trip down Central to the small play yard behind the building that housed...
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Recently, the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) came out with its Canine and Feline Behavior Management Guidelines to provide veterinarians and staff with “evidence-based information to ensure that the basic behavioral needs of canine and feline patients are met.” Those who work in, volunteer at, or are in any way involved with animal shelters know...
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Dog owners know which foods are poisonous for our canine companions. The list includes apple seeds, the pits from pitted fruits, chocolate, garlic, grapes, raisins, macadamia nuts, onions, walnuts, and xylitol, which is found in sugarless gum. I am fully aware of the list and am careful whenever cooking with foods that are on it....
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Fear has been defined as “an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat” according to Oxford Dictionaries. Dr. Karen Overall, in Manual of Clinical Behavioral Medicine for Dogs and Cats, further defines fearful behavior in dogs as “responses to stimuli (social or physical)...
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