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B&Tea — Our Training Blog

Dipping your toe in the water or already deeply immersed? If you can’t get enough, check out the Behavior & Training blog for fun stories on training triumphs and foibles, cat and dog foster challenges and happy endings along with general musings on living life well with animals.


 

Thanksgiving

Categories: Behavior & Training
To mark the holiday when we give thanks for all of our good fortune Dawn, Neil, Susie and I are sharing those things for which we are thankful. Our styles differ, but our sentiments are universal; we suspect you will share many of the same . To get the gratitude party started I am thankful …

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Poisons That Can Kill our Pets

Categories: Behavior & Training
With the Festive Season around the corner and Thanksgiving in the air, it’s time to make sure we don’t expose our pets to poison hazards from candies and other potentially toxic treats left carelessly around the house.  Most of us know that chocolate and macadamia nuts can be toxic – but there are other goodies …

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Trick or Treat

Categories: Behavior & Training
In addition to pumpkin spice everything and home and lawn decorations that threaten to overtake Christmas, costuming pets is definitely on the rise. Instagram is flooded with adorable photos of everything from cats dressed as Cher to Chihuahuas sporting French berets and paint pallets. For our first Halloween blog we thought is would be fun …

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Rant

Categories: Behavior & Training
Recently, Dawn and Kim found themselves on separate but equal rants about interacting with the world at large when out and about with our dogs. At the risk of putting out negative vibes we thought some of our readers might have similar experiences and feelings about it all, so without further ado here are a …

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Mistaken Identities

Categories: Behavior & Training, Other
Things don’t always work out the way you think they should – a situation that happens quite a lot when it involves dogs and cats.  It’s a lesson I and some friends have learned with a bit of pain followed by a few embarrassed giggles. My own lesson came when I was working in the …

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