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Learn More About K9 Nose Work

K9 Nose Work™ is a sport based on detection-style handling (think explosive and narcotics detection dogs). Just like working K-9s, in this sport, pet dogs are trained to search for target odors. Instead of drugs or bombs, the target odors are the essential oils of birch, anise and clove. To learn more please download this informative PDF »
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In Memory of

We would like to take a moment to remember all the wonderful dogs we have lost of the years. It’s never easy to lose a best friend, but it just gives you a chance to make a new one. Each and every one of these unique and loving dogs are missed dearly by their loving owners, and us here at Pawz. It’s hard to say goodbye, but their spirits live on… And tears in my eyes After all these years We must say goodbye One last hug, one last kiss You have no idea How much you’ll be missed They
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Good Reading:

Books we recommend for learning about leadership and dog behavior. Leader of the Pack – How to take control of your relationship with your dog. Author Nancy Baer and Steve Duno. Canine Body Language – A photographic guide Interpreting the native language of the Domestic Dog. Author Brenda Aloff Light reading for adult dog lovers; The Art of Racing in the Rain and Racing in the Rain – both books by Author Garth Stein. A dog’s Purpose and A dog’s Journery and Ellie’s Story – all authored by W.Bruce Cameron And for the kiddo’s Walter the Farting Dog – by
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Pajama Day

To celebrate Valentines (or because we are bored?) we are having our Annual Pajama Day on Friday, February 12, 2016. Dogs (and Staff) dress in their most favorite Jammies and strut in wearing them . . . at least long enough for us to get a few pictures. Most dogs are wearing another family member’s outgrown (?) PJ’s, some get their very own human or doggy Jammies to wear for this fun day. The bonus is you get to laugh at those staff brave enough to show off their Jammies.
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First Quarter Newsletter 2016

Dear Friends, We are off to a great start following the end of a fantastic year. We’ve all had a few weeks to get back into the swing of things after the holidays. We’re having plenty of fun with all your dogs although many of them have whispered to us that they want MORE SNOW to play in. They have fond memories of the snow tunnels that we built for them to play in last winter. As a reminder, should we get a storm with significant snow accumulation and decide to close we will post our closing on channels 6,
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Be Cool! – by Randi

Dogs have an uncanny ability to register human emotion, the energy you carry determines the amount of respect you will receive and the amount of confidence your dog will have in you. A respectable leader is one who remains calm and confident in all situations; whose rules are consistent and regulated with a firm but patient energy. Your dog can sense if you are anxious, scared, angry, or excited – these are all negative energies that your dog will pick up on and reflect back to you, often in the form of an undesirable behavior. How does one fix that?
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Welcome to the Pack!

Gizmo – 3 year old Brussels Griffon mix Fenway – 10 year old Dachshund Lucy – 2 year old French bulldog Spike – 8 month old French bulldog mix Cali – 1 year old Golden Retriever Daisy – 9 year old Terrier mix Scarlet – 7 month old Boxer mix Elsie – 7 month old German Short-Hair Pointer Sully – 1 year old Golden doodle Hazel – 3 year old Greyhound Tito – 3 year old Sheba Inu mix Damien – 12 year old Boxer Lucy – 5 month old Shepherd mix Luke – 5 month old Yorkie mix Nikko
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