Tucker and Moxie (housemates) share a long ‘down/stay’ by the FOOD letters wishing you all a Merry Christmas!
Rover the Bulldog goes thru the practice tire with flair with Caryl-Rose beside her.
Jackson the Rhodesian Ridgeback in a “Down/Stay”
Cueing one dog for sit/wave and the other for sit/stay encourages each dog to focus on the handler and develop greater self control.
Marty settles in to his summer digs on the Jersey Shore. His owner, Edith, provides him with wonderfully stimulating environments, much love, and always an eye for safety.
Clyde (Boston Terrier) and Rover (English Bulldog) enjoy a Sunday morning snuggle (Amherst, MA)
Xip (GSD) wishes us all a Happy New Year! (Agawam, MA)
Freddie showing his perky, confident happy personality (he was so timid/shy at first).
Barnie, Cattle Dog, Rescue boy, found his forever home in NH
Rover the Bulldog learns to shift her weight properly on the A-Frame guided by Caryl-Rose
Minga, of Brattleboro, VT, shows owner Brenda how to relax!
Hayden (GSD), Heather (Human) and Xip (GSD) show what good leash walking is all about (Agawam, MA)
Sam the bulldog from CT
Raji of Pelham safely romping on the beach! LOVE the use of the long line for freedom PLUS safety!
Murphy and his family have suffered from Murphy’s fear issues for years. Now they have better tools to effectively help him.
Cee Cee sports her new red winter coat and long line while she’s working on a rock-solid recall in her new home.
Moxie demonstrates lovely off leash heeling, taught using a clicker and positive reinforcement.
Lola the Boxer showing off her rock solid “Sit/Stay”!
Xip, GSD, practices “Hold” upon completing a great retrieve! (Agawam, MA)
Raji’s joyous spirit is contagious, isn’t it? Aren’t you smiling and feeling the sunshine just LOOKING at him here?
Moxie (French Bulldog) learns just where each back foot is (South Deefield, MA)
Sweet Sadie (back) is a wonderful young dog with her elderly big sister Ruby. Ruby taught Sadie how to be a good dog! Rest peacefully dear Ruby.
Frankie is a tiny Yorkie who is thriving in Amherst with his new owner, Rose. Frankie is about 2 years old, mostly blind and has few teeth left. Their bond is tremendous, as Rose knew it would be when she adopted him.