Canine Insight Blogs

  • Changing Animal Treatment

    Chances are if you live in our area, you’ve probably seen it; the person who screams obscenities at their dog when it’s not doing what they want or the person who uses force to regulate…

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  • Living with Two Search and Rescue Dogs

    Living with Two Search and Rescue Dogs  Sunny Allen When we decided to get a new Labrador Retriever puppy after the passing of a retired drug dog we had adopted named  K 9 Joe my…

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  • Puppies Aren’t Blank Slates

      Thinking about getting a puppy? Or are you standing with your new bundle of fur thinking “what next?” When preparing to get a puppy or living with one you already have, it’s important to…

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  • Dog Personalities Are Similar to Humans

    Dog Personalities Are Similar to Humans Karen Abell B.S. Have you ever taken the time to take a deeper look into who your dog is beyond the furry cuteness and funny wigglies? Have you considered…

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  • Dogs and Their Sense of Smell

    The Super Smeller Gab Jimenez, B.A. The “sniff down”, that is what I call it when my dog Bruiser gives me a thorough smelling after returning home. It is not surprising that he should want…

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  • Fireworks and your Pets

    The Fourth of July is only a few days away. Its a great time to celebrate with family and friends, but what about our four-legged family members? Fireworks and your pets generally are not a…

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  • What to Expect from Your Puppy

    Whether or not you're a first time puppy parent or a veteran, you probably have some expectations for your new bundle of fur. The problem is that not every puppy can live up to the…

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  • Holiday Pet Safety – Parties

    Hosting the Holidays and Your Pets Being the host for the annual holiday get together can be a little stressful. Making sure everyone’s gifts are wrapped and under the tree, preparing the feast for all…

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  • My Journey to Adopting a Pit Bull

    After graduating from college last May, I had a plan. But not the plan you’re probably expecting- the kind where I get a great job, move out of my parents’ house (again), get married and…

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  • Dealing with Dogs with Noise Phobias

    Dogs with noise phobias is a common issue that most pet owners face. From everyday sounds to more seldom occurrences like holiday festivities, be prepared and have a plan for your furry family members. Knowing…

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  • Before I Got My Puppy

    Puppy Preparation: NBK9 Helped Me Get the Dog of My Dreams I started searching for a boarding location before I got my puppy. That’s how important it was to me to have a place I trust.…

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  • Living With a Dog with Medical Needs

    Living with a Dog with Medical Needs Hailee Mink Once upon a time, I adopted a puppy; I call him Levi. You might have heard our story before, or kept up with other blogs about…

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