BLOGS

Common Assumptions | Dogs and Newborns

Common Assumptions | Dogs and Newborns

You’ve taken care of your dog and have practiced being great dog parents. Now you are welcoming a newborn baby into your life and entering parenthood. As the stork is ready to deliver your baby, you may have concerns about how your dog will react and cope with the...

Pit Bulls And Babies | Interview

Pit Bulls And Babies | Interview

The following is an interview with Leri Hanson, a world renowned owner, breeder, and competitor of Pit Bull dogs. She is also a loving grandmother, and brings a great perspective to the issue of high drive working breeds around young kids. Carrie: Hello Leri Hanson!...

Supervising Dogs and Kids

Supervising Dogs and Kids

There is an age-old, open-ended phrase "To supervise your kids around dogs." What exactly is that supposed to mean? This phrase is setting families up to fail because it gives them a false sense of security. It gives the impression that if they are supervising...

Dog Keeps Chewing the Baby Toys!

Dog Keeps Chewing the Baby Toys!

Teaching Your Dog the Difference Between Dog and Baby Toys Until now, your dog probably had free range of the toys that they tend to scatter around the house. Many clients experience this dilemma, don’t panic; it’s not too late to help your dog understand the new...

The 3 Most Dangerous Dogs | Infants and Toddlers

The 3 Most Dangerous Dogs | Infants and Toddlers

The 3 Most Dangerous Dogs to Have Around Your Infant or Toddler Relax, there is no need to start defending your dog's breed.  You can ease your mind and know that I do not pinpoint specific breeds in this article.  Instead, I have a list of traits and context with...

My Story | Mission of Dogs to Diapers

My Story | Mission of Dogs to Diapers

Hello, My name is Carrie Silva Wooddell, and I wanted to share my story. I have been around dogs my entire life. My father was a K9 officer, and he brought his partner home with him every night. I never remember having any boundaries with the dogs. They were just part...

The “Fur Baby” Dilemma

The “Fur Baby” Dilemma

I hear clients say all the time their dog is their child or their "Fur Baby." While on the surface this seems very innocent, it could in fact (and often does) create a subtle behavior pattern with the way you treat your dog. I feel bad for the dog because asking them...

Shopping Cart
There are no products in the cart!
Continue Shopping
0