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Changing the future of dogs, one puppy at a time!
Changing the future of dogs, one puppy at a time!

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What is a "screw up cookie" and how can you use it to keep your dog training short, sweet and fun?

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What your puppy experiences during the first 16 weeks of its life will greatly influence the kind of dog it will become. During this time you literally have the ability to grow your pup’s brain in size and complexity, making your pup smarter, healthier and more confident. Get our FREE ebook 97 Ways To Create Great Puppies for great ideas that both breeders and puppy owners can do with their puppies during this important period.

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When teaching your puppy a new behavior, how do you teach her to do it ANYWHERE you ask? Check out our ‪#‎TipOfTheDay‬ for the answer! http://ow.ly/102XFm
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We strongly believe what we feed our breeding dogs affects their puppies and their puppies' puppies! The science is called epigenetics. Here is more research to support our belief:

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If you are not already following Dr. David Waters' Old Grey Muzzle Tour we encourage you to learn more about his work. Dr. Waters is traveling to all over North America and into Mexico studying the oldest Rottweilers to get a first hand look at what it takes to age successfully and resist cancer. FMI check out his journal! http://ow.ly/ZL0Xi

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May the blessings outnumber Shamrocks that grow & may trouble avoid you wherever you go! Happy St. Patrick's Day!! http://ow.ly/ZmRyM

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Your puppy knows to come when you call, but has he figured out WHY you're calling? Check out our ‪#‎TipOfTheWeek‬ to see how this could throw a monkey wrench in your training and what to do about it. http://ow.ly/YWrfI

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We talk a lot about epigenetics in our seminars and its effects on our dogs' lifetime health and mental stability. Now, research in people indicates that when our biological or epigenetic age is older than our chronological age, we are at increased risk for getting and dying of cancer. I'll bet its the same in dogs!

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Dog lovers are all the same no matter where we live! We love to gather together, talk about our dogs and maybe brag a little and show them off. Even in the war torn Gaza Strip. I love that there is a growing love for dogs in the Middle East!

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Who knew that living with dogs helps OUR microbiome!! "Close contact with our dogs is hard to avoid, and that’s a good thing, because they end up passing on some of their unique microbes to their owners, giving dog-owning households a microbial boost.
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