Monthly Archives: August 2011

Travels with Dogs

Michael Baugh CPDT-KA, CDBC I’ve set off across the country a few times now.  I gathered up my things, and packed them with my sense of self.  It was always for a job; that’s the way it was working in … Continue reading

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Adding Another Dog to your Family

Michael Baugh CPDT-KA, CDBC Dear Michael: Hello! I’m wanting to get another dog. I already have a German Shepherd who is 3 and he’s my world! But I would love another. The problem is he is very protective of me … Continue reading

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The Time for Truth

Michael Baugh, CPDT-KA, CDBC There are few things more controversial in the dog world than this plain-spoken statement.  You don’t have to use intimidation, pain or fear to train a dog. It is, of course, the truth.  We have century-old … Continue reading

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Helping a Fearful Dog

Michael Baugh, CPDT-KA, CDBC (from All Things Dog blog) Dear Michael: My wife and I have a very sweet, intelligent, food-loving, 2 year old female Rough Collie.  She is great on a leash, eager to please, and generally very good in … Continue reading

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A Look at Inter-Dog Aggression

Michael Baugh CPDT-KA, CDBC Let’s start with the good news first.  Most dogs are not intent on killing each other.  That’s not to say they don’t have conflicts.  They do; and those conflicts can sometimes be scary, noisy and even … Continue reading

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