Monday, October 22, 2012

I Support The No Kill Movement

Too many adoptable shelter dogs are put to death every year. This has to change. We have legalized animal abuse by exempting shelters and their personnel from accountability, and that has to stop. Shelter abuse is a common practice across the US.
I am therefore available for consultations, and to assist your community, to convert your local government run shelters into privately held No Kill Shelters. I have numerous ideas of funding, operations, training of staff, behavioral modification and management of the dogs, shelter design, and so forth

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Should I Protection Train My Dog?

How do you protection train your dog? What should you be considering? What breed, size, temperament and so forth? What about local laws?

Monday, October 15, 2012

Dog Fights

What do you do if your dogs are fighting? Dog fights are a terrible thing to experience. In some cases, a dog can be killed. And the people can be severely injured, as well.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Reasonable Safety Precautions For Owning A Potentially Dangerous or Vicious Dog

Let’s say your dog has been determined by a judge to be “potentially dangerous” or “vicious”. If the dog is allowed to live, then the court will sometimes impose safety restrictions on the dog and owner, oftentimes with the penalty of violation of those restrictions being the death of the dog. So, what do I believe to be reasonable precautions that should satisfy the public good, the needs of the court and law, the rights of the dog owner, the rights of any victims, and the needs of the dog? Here are my suggestions

My Dog Is Extremely Afraid At The Veterinarian’s Office

Many dogs are afraid when going to the veterinarian’s office. What can be done about that? Not all dogs are happy when going to the vet clinic. That isn’t abnormal, it is normal... but undesirable, too. There are a number of reasons this is happening, and there are solutions for most dogs.