Friday , 18 August 2017

Tag Archives: Aggression

For the love of Ellie

The following post is a letter written by Suzannah. I have the honor to know her and have the virtue to call her my friend. Each time I am around her I learn something new and each time she amazes me with her initiative to do something good. She is not only a great person and extremely fun to be …

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Ask A Trainer: My dogs fight when company comes over

I have two pitbulls who love each other very much. However, randomly when people walk in to the house my little guy gets very anxious and my female takes his behavior as being aggressive and we have some major fights. The dogs need to be pulled apart otherwise they would literally kill each other. This Friday was the latest and I ended up having …

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Brindi – The dog held hostage for more than 3 years at a Halifax pound

Francesca Rogier has had her rescue dog Brindi taken away 2 times by Halifax Animal Control. She's accrued lawyer bills in the thousands, brought her case to the Supreme Court and at one point - even lost her home trying to get her dog back. Francesca's next court date is in early March, where she will once again fight for the return of her beloved companion.

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Ask A Trainer: Fear-Aggressive Golden Retriever

Q:  Hi, I have a 4 year old Golden Retriever, I have had him since a puppy, I got him from a friend who had a litter of 8 puppies so I knew his parents; who are very friendly and show no sign of aggression or anything.  Since the beginning, my dog has shown signs of anxiety and is very …

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THIS WEEKEND: Dogs and Austism Awareness in Montreal

Dogs are our best friends.  They comfort us, they make us laugh, they enrich our lives.  Perhaps more so, for people who depend on them day to day.  Assistance dogs offer a unique kind of support that can literally change lives. Susan is a Montrealer and mother of an autistic son.  James has been through many successful therapies for autism. …

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Q & A with guide-dog user, Daniel Jacob

Daniel Jacob is a writer, guide-dog user and Montrealer.  Recently, he shared some important guide-dog etiquette with our readers.  Now, we dig a bit deeper:   How do you develop trust?  How do you cross a street corner?  How do you pick up it’s poop?   Thank you Daniel, for your kindness and openness – and giving us an education in …

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Pampered Pets: Aggressive???

For any new dog groomer trying to make it on their own they have to start from the bottom. When a client finds the right person to groom their dog they usually stick with them. So for a new groomer starting out on their own we will take on the dogs that have been banished, exiled from other grooming salons. This is …

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