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Brain Games – How Mental Stimulation can be as Beneficial for Dogs as Exercise

The following post was written for us by TDWA member, Cindy Carol, owner of For Dog’s Sake, serving certain neighbourhoods in the west end. Cindy’s an experienced dog walker and trainer, a volunteer and foster home for Australian Shepherd Rescue, and a member of the High Park K9 Committee. She believes in continuing education and

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What is a D.I.N.O.S.?

Happy New Year, Everyone! 2013 was an exciting year, but we welcome 2014 and look forward to continuing our work in the community, growing the association and getting to know new members. What better way to kick off a new year than to remind everyone to be respectful of their fellow dog owners. In this

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Lost Dog Prevention

It’s better to be safe than sorry, right?  Well, this adage has never applied more than to the professional dog walker, a person charged with the safekeeping of vulnerable, cherished loved ones.   Most dog walking-related tragedies can be prevented, and in this blog post we’d like to share with you exactly how. This guide is a

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On Prong Collars

Our first post is written by Maggi Burtt from Tailspin Petworx. Maggi provides dog walking in Rosedale and Summerhill, and private dog training sessions across Toronto. Prong collars. Readily available at a majority of pet stores, sold to loving pet owners who need to control their dog’s pulling or lunging or whatever other misbehaviours they’re

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