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San Diego dog training



WALK RUN WAG 5K9

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WALK.RUN.WAG.5K9 San Diego. Start your New Year’s resolution early by registering for the January 15, 2012 San Diego dog friendly race now. It is perfect motivation for you and your dog to start a training program.

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Incredible Dog Challenge in San Diego

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Dogs from across the West Coast will descend upon the San Diego County Fair for the Purina Incredible Dog Challenge, a premier canine sporting event featuring dogs competing in “Olympic-style” events. The action kicks off Friday, June 10, 2011 with the Incredible Surf Dog competition

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Pretties for Pitties – San Diego Women Making a Difference for Pit Bulls

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Hooray for Pretties for Pitties, an organization started by a group of girls in San Diego girls, women, cool chicks… many descriptions fit, who strive to correct misconceptions and increase positive views on the Pit Bull breed.

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Adopt the Internet Day – Dog Rescue

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Adopting a dog is a big decision, but once the commitment has been made it can become confusing as to where is the best place to find your new family member. Start with Petfinder and The Collared Scholar Animal Rescue Outreach.

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Forget the Bone – Give That Dog a Job!

March 11, 2011

Introducing your dog to dog sports will help boost your dogs confidence while strengthening your relationship. Training for dog sports is available at The Collared Scholar Dog Training.

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Social Dogs | San Diego

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With the Southern California weather, dog beaches, yappy hours, dog parks, trails and parks, and outdoor dog friendly restaurants, dog owners can choose a new activity every day of the week that can be shared with their best fury friend. Dogs are always up for going on any adventure. Unfortunately, there are times some dogs are socially inept limiting the places you can take your dog.

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The San Diego Dog Bail Out Project

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Several San Diego businesses are offering their services to make the “Bail out a Dog Program” an successful way to add your new best friend to your family. San Diego dog friendly events.

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Playing Ball with Your Dog In the House

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Factors for taking your dog outside for exercise and adequate physical training can sometimes be a challenge. Obstacles like rain to supervising the kids homework activities can effect the option to go outside everyday with your dog. A quick inside workout can make a big difference in everyone’s day.

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Fear Aggression | A Weimaraner’s Transformation on a Treadmill

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Whether that fear is coming straight down the leash from the human or initiates from the dog’s end of the leash, changing that behavior doesn’t happen without some kind of movement. Fear, stress and anxiety are difficult to move away from, but the one thing that has made a difference in those willing to make a change: Exercise. The right kind of exercise introduced without the fear.

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Does New York Have It Over San Diego When It Comes To Dogs?

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K9 Coach would like to conduct our own poll. Which city would your rather live in when it pertains to dog lovers and dog friendly attitudes? New York or San Diego?

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