Category Archives: Dogs

Osho experience … Ying and Yang “The Dynamic Duo”


This post is dedicated to my Dynamic Duo, Ying and Yang. They were my companion spirts in Pune. ´╗┐ Yang is the white boy and Ying is the black girl. They are both of a special breed … Indian Street … Continue reading

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Osho experience Day 4… I made friends today :)


Ying and Yang, The Stone and Bamboo. Ying and Yang escorted me in the morning to Dynamic meditation (they will get a separate post). After the meditation, as I came out to the rising sun, I was greeted by the … Continue reading

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Whistle Dog Activity Monior… Cool tool to track your dog’s activity


It’s like a fitbit for the dog http://www.whistle.com/ Dog will not care, but you can see if you give your dog a proper active life

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Great article on why dogs love us so much … New research


http://mic.com/articles/104474/brain-scans-reveal-what-dogs-really-think-of-us

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Great Podcast from NPR TED talks on dog training and how it relates to raising kids, with Ian Dunbar


I have been telling my friends and family for a long time that we can learn a lot about raising kids from training dogs. Most people either make fun of me or think I am being ridiculous. Here is a … Continue reading

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Animals of Turkey… A picture montage of furry friends from Turkey


A picture montage of all the furry buddies we’ve met in Turkey

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Turkey trip log… Day 11


We said good-bye to Ipomea at 8 am. Our driver was 30 minutes late and flew through the mountain roads at breakneck speed to get us to the airport. He didn’t really acknowledge that he was late, but made sure … Continue reading

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Repost from http://www.germanwatchdogs.com/ … “Power of Protection”


Many people do not understand protection and Schutzhund┬átraining for dogs. A common misconception is that dogs are trained to be vicious. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Proper protection/bite work teaches a dog an appropriate time and way … Continue reading

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Review of Jack London’s “Call of the Wild and White Fang” and why I think it should be classified as a dog training guide


The Call of the Wild/White Fang by Jack London My rating: 5 of 5 stars Classic and a great read!!! I read it long time ago as a child and in Russian. Reading it this time, as an adult, makes … Continue reading

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Canine bloat … large breed killer (gastric dilatation and volvulus GDV)


This is a good article discussing bloat in large and giant breeds. It provides a nice description of symptoms and prevention. I have seen this disorder mostly in German Shepherds and Great Danes … both very deep-chested breeds. I’ve always … Continue reading

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