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Proper Nutrition

Posted by on Sep 24, 2013 in Home Blog | Comments Off

Proper Nutrition

Proper Nutrition is so important to your dog behavior. You are what you eats really holds true for dogs as well. You wouldn’t expect your child to learn well in school if you fed them a strict diet of fast food and soda, right. So why feed your puppy or adult a commercial food made with the poor, unnatural ingredients and fillers? Go to www.dogfoodadvisor.com and see how your food rates against others. I recommend feeding a 4 or 5 star...

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Proud Member of IACP

Posted by on Sep 23, 2013 in Home Blog | Comments Off

Proud Member of IACP

Founded in 1999, the IACP was established to develop and promote the highest standards of professional and business practice among canine professionals. Founded by a small group of dedicated dog trainers, the IACP has grown to include professionals from every corner of the dog world. As a dog owner, this site provides information and resources to help you build a strong and lasting bond with your pet. From dog training, to helping eliminate a dog behavior problem, to pet health and care, the IACP is the web’s best resource for informed...

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Aleksa’s Best Friend Jack

Posted by on Mar 11, 2011 in Dog Blog | Comments Off

Aleksa’s Best Friend Jack

Jack followed Aleksa home one day in Wicker Park while she was out on a pack walk with her dogs. He was a severely emaciated (35 lbs) adult shepherd who was covered with open cuts and scabs. Aleksa cut his collar off that was embedded in his neck and from that point Jack was a member of her pack. Although Jack had a rough past, it was all behind him once proper leadership, exercise, obedience training and affection were regimented. Jack was quite a character and he was never seen without a kong in his mouth. Jack developed degenerative...

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Kyra’s Story

Posted by on Mar 10, 2011 in Dog Blog | Comments Off

Kyra’s Story

Aleksa adopted Kyra from the Anti-Cruelty Society in Chicago in July of 1995. She was 3 months old and was the only puppy curled up in the back of her cage. Her little tail was tucked underneath her as far

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