I’ve mentioned before that I live next to my in-law’s cow farm, and mostly my dogs have no problems ignoring the cows. This year we’ve run into some problems and we’re having to work on livestock harassment. Read More Preventing Livestock Chasing Without Aversives
I remember the first time my Chow killed another animal. I let him out in our backyard, and he hurtled out in hot pursuit of some furry menace, as he always did. Most of the time, he chased the squirrel who ran along the top of our fence, which was tilting at windmills; this time was different. Read More Sometimes the Dog Gets the Bunny
Something about dachshunds makes people lose their ever-loving minds. Maybe it’s their cartoon-y looks, or maybe it’s their star quality and pizzazz. People desperately want these dogs. Chances are good that they dreamed about having a dachshund for years. It is a life goal for a lot of people. Unfortunately, for some of these people, a dachshund is an adorable, charming tyrant who comes to rule the house with an iron paw.