C.E.T. Dental Chews help maintain excellent dental hygiene for your retriever. This review highlights the real life experience with these great chews!
February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Just like in humans, dental health is part of providing a great quality of life for our Retrievers. There are a number of ways to keep your retriever’s teeth healthy. Brushing is one great way to do it but it takes training for both the dog and the [...]
Testing for health in the Labrador Retriever is mandatory for all breeders. Learn what you should know.
Great nutrition is the foundation of retriever performance.
Breeders need to maintain very high ethical standards to preserve this special privilege.
Finding the perfect crate for you and your pup can mean the difference between success and failure in your house training efforts.
House training is one of the most important things you can do for your puppy.
In his new DVD, Bill Hillman uses touch as the language of praise for training a puppy.
Jill Scully shares her recipe for homemade savory dog treats! Our dogs love these treats so check them out!
This great split pea soup recipe helps shake off those winter blues!
I am a huge fan of Caesar salad and this recipe is one that will knock your socks off!
Pasta never tasted so good! Check out this recipe for Pasta Cabonara!
Sneaking food or “counter surfing” is one of the easiest problems to solve. People simply should not leave food where the dog can get it!
A frustrated Labrador Retriever asks Dr. Zeus for advice on improving his drive to retrieve.
Want to win at the next big dog show? It all comes down to preparation!
A Chesapeake Bay Retriever asks how to handle a new puppy coming into the family.
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Jennifer Arnold’s book, Through a Dog’s Eyes, takes us through her approach to training service dogs at the Canine Assistants.
George Alston fills us in on what it takes to win in the show ring.
Check out this book that will help keep your dog at peak performance!
“There is only one smartest dog in the world, and every boy has it.” ~Anonymous
On May 3rd, we recognize and celebrate Specially-Abled Pets Day. Do you own or know a specially-abled dog? Share their story with our readers in the comments section below.
There are three canine constellations: Canis Major (Big Dog), Canis Minor (Little Dog) and Canes Venatici (Hunting Dogs).
There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face. ~Ben Williams