View Larger Image Sit 2019-01-03T23:47:26+00:00By Sue Brown, MNM, CDBC, CPDT-KA|Categories: Dog Training, Media|Tags: Border Collie, sit, Terrier|0 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditGoogle+TumblrPinterestVkEmail About the Author: Sue Brown, MNM, CDBC, CPDT-KA Sue Brown is co-founder and co-owner of The Light of Dog and manages all the Dog Training and Dog Boarding for the business. Related Posts Keep these in mind about training your dog and you’ll keep your sanity Gallery Keep these in mind about training your dog and you’ll keep your sanity 0 Comments Should we get a puppy or adult dog? Gallery Should we get a puppy or adult dog? 0 Comments February 2019 Video Mashup Gallery February 2019 Video Mashup 0 Comments February 2019 Photos Gallery February 2019 Photos 0 Comments Recommended Products How to Teach a New Dog Old Tricks by Ian Dunbar Coercion and Its Fallout (Revised Edition) by Murray Sidman On Talking Terms with Dogs: Calming Signals by Turid Rugaas Help For Your Fearful Dog: A Step-By Step Guide to Helping Your Dog Conquer His Fear by Nicole Wilde The Light of Dog on Facebook The Light Of Dog 6 hours ago Is your dog a fast eater? Don’t delay and get a slow feeder bowl now to minimize risk of bloat. In addition to this, always give your dog a full one-hour after eating before letting them play and run around. For high risk breeds like great danes, give them 2-hours. See here for the slow feeder bowl we use: thelightofdog.com/is-your-dog-a-fast-eater-dont-delay-and-get-a-slow-feeder-bowl-now-to-minimize-... ... See MoreSee LessView on Facebook·ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google PlusShare on Linked InShare by EmailLikes: 1Shares: 0Comments: 0Comment on FacebookThe Light Of Dog 7 hours ago Happy Monday! Boo-da, Chihuahua/Dachshund mix is ready for the week ahead! #mondaymotivation ... See MoreSee LessView on Facebook·ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google PlusShare on Linked InShare by EmailLikes: 0Shares: 0Comments: 0Comment on FacebookThe Light Of Dog shared a link. 8 hours ago ... See MoreSee Less2 of the Most Common Springtime Injuries in Dogshealthypets.mercola.comIt doesn't take an extreme canine athlete to provoke springtime injuries, vets see an over-abundance of these preventable injuries at this time of year. View on Facebook·ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google PlusShare on Linked InShare by EmailLikes: 0Shares: 1Comments: 0Comment on FacebookLoad more The Light of Dog on Instagram Load More...Follow on Instagram Please click here to subscribe to our emails to get content delivered to your inbox Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.