My Lab Pepper, Part 1 of Three – The First Year
I embarked on a new and remarkable life with an extraordinary Labrador Retriever I named Pepper. I had no idea when I bought her in Texas that she would be such an enjoyable and fulfilling part of my life. This article is one of three accounts of the life I had with a loving, dedicated and enjoyable dog.
An animal can never care for itself if it grows up outside of the wild and in human society. Most dogs are bred in human society and tossing them into the wild wouldn’t have good results for them and they would return to the places humans gather for their own self well being.Dog Fighting – Are We In The Dark Ages?
It is hard to imagine that this type of industry still exists in today’s society. Strengthened by organized crime it continues to grow and evolve.
The Airedale Terrier is the largest of the terrier breeds. It is known to be courageous, intelligent, dedicated, and a great watchdog. Additionally, they make good hunting dogs, workings dogs, and agility dogs. They also like to play, dig, chase vermin, and bark. They do very well with children.Should You Train Your Dog With An E-Collar?
There is a lot of dispute in the field of dog training regarding the use of E-collars, also known as remote collars or shock collars. For some dogs, the use of this tool will be relatively harmless, however for other dogs, it could be extremely detrimental. Read on to find out if this tool will be beneficial for training your dog.