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  1. Events, Results & Photos
    Garp (and I, as a team) had a FABULOUS weekend of dock diving. Recently SRS (Super Retriever Series, another dock jumping organization) partnered up with UKC. This is huge for us Midwesterners who have a hard time making UAD and Splash Dogs events. Now, you can earn points and titles in UKC...
  2. Events, Results & Photos
    We spent this past weekend dock diving with DDWW. Garp did fantastic, he's made a lot of awesome progress recently and I'm thrilled. He jumped a new competition personal best of 16'10", clinched a spot in finals, and finished his Senior Big Air title (previously held a junior national title)...
  3. General Discussion
    Hey all, I am happy to report that the potty training is going so much better after all of the feedback I've gotten from you!!! Maya is out of her crate way more than in...only in for sleeping/naps and if she gets too "bitey" and "out of control" for a short time out. Only one accident today...
  4. Obedience Training
    My little 10 week old blue nose is a little possessive of bones and treats. He has growled at my daughter while she tries to play with him while he has one and will growl at my 6 month old pit as well. Don't want this growing into a worse behavior, whats an effective way to discourage this...
  5. Keith "Cane76" Campos
    has this ever happened and if so can you give me examples with photos and even a story or too,surely it has never happened in the box but hows a bout WP,pp or some other endeavor,might be able to uncover some interesting tid bits. Keith.
  6. Obedience Training
    1. Be patient. All dogs learn at different speeds and often don't grasp concepts as quickly as we think they should. Be patient with your dog and help him to be successful. 2. Plan Ahead. Set your dog up to succeed. If your dog isn't "getting it" the behavior probably needs to be broken...
  7. Positive Pitbull News
    S.F. sterilization law successful in reducing pit bull population Not long ago, pit bulls occupied about three-quarters of the dog kennels at San Francisco's Animal Care and Control shelter. Now, only about a quarter of the unwanted canines at the shelter are pit bulls. The numbers of pit bull...
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