Monthly Archives: November 2012

Rules, Boundaries, and Limitations

Jagger is a dog who lived the first years of his life by his own rules. His mantra is “If it feels good, do it!” No one ever effectively told him he couldn’t do something. And, if you tried, boy … Continue reading

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Me Me Me Me Me!

Fostering Jagger is going rather well and Risa is pretty accepting of our new roommate. I’ve been able to have both dogs outside together without any serious altercations. Risa is still guarding me and her toys from the young interloper … Continue reading

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And the Beat Goes On

This weekend, I had the opportunity to attend another seminar presented by Michele Pouliot. I got so much out of the first one that I couldn’t wait to attend the second. Not to mention we had scheduled a private lesson … Continue reading

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A Long Time Coming

Having a foster dog has been going relatively well. Jagger is really starting to fit in as far as understanding the rules and learning to control himself. He’s no longer blasting around the house like his little nub of a … Continue reading

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Moves Like Jagger

I never thought I would be able to do this. I tend to get very attached to my pets and quickly. However, after working with Callie, I thought maybe I could pull it off. After all, I was able to … Continue reading

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