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  • #FidosFreebieFriday Heads for the Hills

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    Thursday March 5th, 2015 at 01:00 PM

    by Carrie Boyko, CEB With Spring almost here, the All Things Dog Blog clan is heading for snow country for a little trekking, skiing and family bonding, before the snow disappears. Oliver enjoyed last year's first snowy experience so much that he's tagging along to get some more hiking in the white stuff. When he saw me packing his warm coat, I think he figured out where we were headed--heaven, of course! Lunch on top of the mountain with the fam. Looking forward to a great trip....
  • Ask the Dog Trainer: Dealing with Fear of Larger Dogs

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    Monday March 2nd, 2015 at 06:30 AM

    Square_140_big_guy_on_the_benchwby Carrie Boyko, CEB Oliver (in the middle) Joins the Big Dogs at the Parkfor a Group GreetingDear Michael, I have a toy poodle that is about 7 years old. She is prissy and fearful of bigger dogs. Our neighborhood is like dog central. Mostly larger dogs but a few small ones like Chihuahuas and a Boston Terrier, plus a few crosses or rescued mutts. When I walk Muffin she is always interested in visiting other small dogs. Shes not playful but she does sniff and sort of say hello in a doggy way....
  • Ask the Doga Instructor: Part 6

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Saturday February 28th, 2015 at 08:00 AM

    Square_140_airplane_on_tanner.rear_facing_arm_wby Carrie Boyko, CEB A Joyful Journey CARRIE: Finally, the main reason I started this workout regimen was to find a way to build strength and flexibility at home while bonding with my dogs. Its working so well that I am building a deeper bond with Tanner and Oliver, while seeing benefits for my health which I know will be helpful going forward. Can you elaborate on these benefits based on your relationship with Nikki B. and her participation in your practice? JESS: Getting in touch with the...
  • #FidosFreebieFriday Loves Photo Bombing

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Thursday February 26th, 2015 at 01:00 PM

    Square_140_pby Carrie Boyko, CEB This week we finally got around to publishing Patches' photobombs that occurred during our #SuperDogSunday video shoot. During our Twitter Party prior to the Super Bowl, I had promised to share these. There's a super short clip of Patches' mischief, along with a slightly longer video of my efforts to show off our sponsor's product during a Doga workout. If you need a good laugh, check out this 2 minute photobomb video. Now let's get to today's Fido's Freebie Friday....
  • Patches Photobombs #SuperDogSunday

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Monday February 23rd, 2015 at 07:00 AM

    by Carrie Boyko, CEB When cats and dogs live together they sometimes egg each other on. Like today, Oliver let Patches know that she shouldn't be on a dog bed. He was quite indignant! But Patches does more than her share of dishing out the trouble-making. During our #SuperDogSunday event recently, she was insistent on stealing a Zuke's treat from the open pouch I had in our #doga photo shoot. The dogs and I were busy videotaping a short segment and she totally took over, pawing at the...
  • Enjoy the Opening of #SilverSlippers

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Thursday February 19th, 2015 at 01:00 PM

    by Carrie Boyko, CEB Today we're celebrating the launch of a new post series, #SilverSlippers, focused on inspriring new and more mentally-focused ways to walk your senior dog. While these tips will each include ideas that can be enjoyed by you and your younger pups also, they are especially designed to work your senior fido's brain, problem-solving skills, and other senses, opening his eyes and ears to the world around him in a different way with each new strategy. You can check out our...
  • Putting Pep in Your Senior Dog's Step

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Friday February 13th, 2015 at 09:00 PM

    by Carrie Boyko, CEB Finding Your Senior's Inner Puppy If you're familiar with horses, you may know that your ride is likely to be more energetic on the way back to the barn than as you leave the barn. Unlike dogs, horses enjoy the thrill of knowing the end of the walk or ride is near. Horses love the barn for friends, food, family, and familiarity. Our dogs are quite the opposite. They need--actually thrive on--excitement, new and different experiences, and problems to solve. Unlike horses,...
  • #FidosFreebieFriday Thrilled About #SilverSlippers

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Thursday February 12th, 2015 at 01:00 PM

    by Carrie Boyko, CEB Earlier this week All Things Dog Blog announced our newest feature--#SilverSlippers. As Tanner and Oliver begin to age (Hand over mouth; I did not say that!) I've begun to sneak in themed walks and variations that add fun and newness to our outings. The goal is to keep their minds working while their bodies may be slowing down a tad, most Tanner's. See our #SilverSlippers intro here and watch for the first installment soon, as well as giveaways too. Now let's get to...
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