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Being a therapy dog is a perfect second career for many of our show dogs. In fact, many show dogs are naturals for this kind of work. Your average show dog has just about seen it all, heard it all and done...
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Entries for North Carolina’s Tar Heel Cluster, hosted by the Cary, Alamance, Durham, Raleigh and Fayetteville Kennel Clubs, close next week. In the interest of full disclosure, I am a member of the Raleigh Kennel Club, but this set of shows has...
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A cranial cruciate ligament tear or rupture is the most common rear leg injury in dogs, according to Matthew Mahn, D.V.M., an American College of Veterinary Surgeons diplomate and surgeon at the Midwest Veterinary Referral Center in St. Louis., which treats about 200...
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In addition to obedience and agility, you might also want to consider introducing your show prospect to tracking. A big problem that many exhibitors fuss over with their dogs is sniffing in the ring. This is generally more of an issue outdoors....
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After obedience, the next dog sport to introduce your show puppy to is agility. No, I’m not talking weave poles or jumping – that’s too much stress for your growing puppy’s joints! However, many exercises that agility exhibitors use can help your...
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