The Yellow Dog Project: Give your dog some space during their Vancouver walk

The Yellow Dog Project: Give your dog some space during their Vancouver walk

Have a dog that needs an extra bit of breathing room during walks? The Yellow Dog Project is here to shed some light and help educate communities worldwide about approaching dogs. Introducing Max, a Release the Hounds dog. Despite his fear-driven lunging and protective barking, he is incredibly loving with everyone he knows well. However,…

Midnight Dog Walkers: Light up for Safety!

Midnight Dog Walkers: Light up for Safety!

Vancouver midnight dog walkers, you are totally awesome! You don’t let life get in the way of your commitment to your dog’s well being and your personal health. Honestly, I want to salute you…only if I could see you a bit better in the dark. I wear tons of reflective decals and flashing LED lights….

How to Cope with the Loss of Your Pet

How to Cope with the Loss of Your Pet

Niki Perry’s Tips on How to Cope with Pet Loss, Inspired by Gunnar By Niki Perry, CPDT-KA, KPACTP, CEMT Dogs are, undoubtedly, a huge part of the lives of many people. We not only exist together but also, mutually benefit each other and improve each other’s lives. Whether they are with us for 4 years or…

A Tired Dog is a Happy Dog by Sarah Pennington

A Tired Dog is a Happy Dog by Sarah Pennington

Did you know that under-stimulation and insufficient exercise are at the root of many problem behaviours? Dogs need both physical exercise and fun mental challenges on a daily basis. If you don’t give your dog something to do, they will find something else to do, and usually, this will not be something that you approve…