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My sweet dog, Lady, had a litter of healthy and bright-eyed puppies. They are two months old now and quite playful. Out of the ten, I have only allowed a dear friend of mine to adopt one of them.
How do I stop feeling so protective that I am afraid to adopt out to people I don’t know? What are my best tools to insure that I am letting the pups go to really good homes? I know in my mind there is no way I can keep 9 pups yet my heart doesn’t want to let them go unless I know they will be cared for. What can I do to relax about this whole situation?
Join Suzy as she addresses these questions and provides tools to bring ease to this situation.
Survival Gear and K9 Training this weeks Episode of the E2E Podcast. Adam and Robby talk about new puppies, GSD and Dutch Shepherd Hybreds, some new electronic EDC and are social topic this week: Medical Hygiene is not really important right? Well over in the UK it seems it's not!
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Tonight is RKC101'S Wild Out Wednesday's and we are gonna do just so!! We will have a awesome 2 hours of fun and Bully Talk. Speilberg's Top Ten Puppies will be announced and we will kick it with the community on the Topic of the Day. We will also address some issue with the hilarious Speilbergs Do's and Don't and don't forget to Give a tip and get a tip with The Most Exhaulted EBK's Lawrence. So tune in 7 pm Eastern. Let's Goooo!!
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Hot Dogs, baseball, family vacays in the minivan packed to the hilt all synonyous with summer... but what you don't want is a too Hot Dawg left in your car... or leaving your furry canine family member in just anybody's care.
Joining Tamara Leigh's TREND ON with Heidi Feemster to share Puppy TLC is Diana Whealon, owner of Complete Canine Care Center of Shawano, WI. Diana Whealon has over 30 years in the Dawg Business from breeding and boarding to the dog show circuits and training classes for owners and puppies. Whether Doggy Day Care, longer term boarding, or tips on making sure that if Rover does come along for the ride, he's not subject to heat stroke or dehydration in summer's heat -- Diana & her Canine Care expertise has it covered. She also provides useful info on Puppy Training 101 with quick tips on "new baby/puppy" in the house, best ages for teaching and breaking bad habits and knowing your breeds before you buy.
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"No doubt about it! God is good--good to good people, good to the good--hearted. 2 But I nearly missed it, missed seeing his goodness. 3 I was looking the other way, looking up to the people 4 At the top, envying the wicked who have it made, 5 Who have nothing to worry about, not a care in the whole wide world. 6 Pretentious with arrogance, they wear the latest fashions in violence, 7 Pampered and overfed, decked out in silk bows of silliness. 8 They jeer, using words to kill; they bully their way with words. 9 They're full of hot air, loudmouths disturbing the peace. 10 People actually listen to them--can you believe it? Like thirsty puppies, they lap up their words. 11 What's going on here? Is God out to lunch? Nobody's tending the store. 12 The wicked get by with everything; they have it made, piling up riches 13 I've been stupid to play by the rules; what has it gotten me? 14 A long run of bad luck, that's what-- a slap in the face every time I walk out the door. If I'd have given in and talked like this, I would have betrayed your dear children. 16 Still, when I tried to figure it out, all I got was a splitting headache . . . 17 Until I entered the sanctuary of God. Then I saw the whole picture: 18 The slippery road you've put them on, with a final crash in a ditch of delusions. 19 In the blink of an eye, disaster! A blind curve in the dark, and--nightmare!" Psalms 73 (Msg)
And then there were three. In a "the right puppy always finds us" moment, Cathy has added another canine kid to her personal pack. Today a discussion of addressing social and behavioral development issues that arise when puppies are taken from their mother too early, and how we humans can step into the gap. Also today, meet Hydrant Club member #20, Rae Gallagher, aka Dudley's mom.
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You will learn all about deaf dogs and many misconceptions with the organization Deaf Dogs Rock and two super deaf dog stars McGrady and Cloverton. Learn how full a life these dogs have, how to train a deaf dog, how they communicate, and more.
DeafDogsRock.com takes pride in featuring deaf dogs from all over the United States who are in need forever homes. We highlight each deaf dog by putting up a detailed description of the deaf dog along with contact information for potential adopters to get in touch with each individual or organization to try to find these wonderful dogs forever homes. www.DeafDogsRock.com
"My name is McGrady and I am an approximately 7 yo black tri-colored Australian Shepherd who just so happens to be deaf. Actually, my Mom says I'm really D.E.A.F, that means Dependable-Eager-Agile-FUN...and it just so happens that I can't hear you @ all. "
"Hi, my name is Cloverton. I'm a 5 year Old English Sheepdog. I'm also deaf.
Every year, thousands of deaf puppies and dogs are euthanized for no other reason than because they're deaf. Dad and I want to help show the world that deaf dogs are wonderful companions and capable of doing everything that a hearing dog can. "
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