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Week 3: Introduction to more toys, textures, sounds and goats' milk

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The content below is the week summary of the update from our Vizsla breeder on the things she does with the puppies and where they are at in their development. The activities below are an [...]

Week 2: introduction to stuffed animals, distinct odors through essential oils, sound desensitizing music and toenail clipping

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The content below is the week summary of the update from our Vizsla breeder on the things she does with the puppies and where they are at in their development. The activities below are an [...]

Week 1: Introduction to calming music and biosensor early neurological stimulation

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The content below is the week 1 summary of the update from our Vizsla breeder on the things she does with the puppies and where they are at in their development. The activities below [...]

What is appropriate exercise for a puppy or adolescent dog?

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What is appropriate exercise for a puppy? What KIND of exercise should you give your puppy? How much is too much? How much is not enough? This is one of those Catch-22 situations. Puppies [...]

Dogs need opportunities to be dogs!

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This post is taken from my book, Juvenile Delinquent Dogs: The Complete Guide to Saving Your Sanity and Successfully Living with Your Adolescent Dog. Dogs need opportunities [...]

What to do if your puppy or dog gets carsick

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You bring home your new puppy and are excited to take him with you to new places. You want to get started meeting new people and start your lifetime of adventures together. But on the [...]

Meet Ginger, a German Shepherd / Australian Shepherd mix who requires lots of constructive stimulation . . . and patience!

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We have more dog interviews like the one on this page.  You can find them on our page, Choose Your Next Dog.  [...]

June 2019 Issue: reputable dog breeders, heartworm prevention worse than the disease, making good choices, digging, first aid kits and more

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We have lived our entire lives with dogs, been in business with The Light of Dog since 2003, and currently live on a farm with our dogs. We want to positively impact the [...]

Is My Dog Making Good Choices: Zuzu and the Deer

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Anyone who has worked with me knows that I focus a lot on my dog making good choices. Many of us want well-trained dogs, but ALL of us want well-behaved dogs who make good [...]

Meet Arnold, a Coton de Tulear, who loves his family and is very excited about making new friends

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We have more dog interviews like the one on this page.  You can find them on our page, Choose Your Next Dog.  [...]

Meet Fraser, an Australian Shepherd, one of our Zuzu's best friends since they were both young pups

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We have more dog interviews like the one on this page.  You can find them on our page, Choose Your Next Dog.  [...]

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