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November 3, 2016   -   Posted by triedemen   -   in Dog Gone Amazing Diaries Dog Nutrition, Health and Wellness Uncategorized   -   Comments Off on Handle Smelly Dog Breath Before The Holidays

Before the Holidays get under way, you want every member of the family in tip-top shape before company arrives. Collars flattened, fingernails cut and cleaned, hair combed–and that all goes for your pup, too! No one likes to be greeted by smelly dog breath, no matter how cute a face it’s...

July 29, 2016   -   Posted by triedemen   -   in Dog boarding in Reno Dog Day Care in Reno Dog Gone Amazing Diaries Dog Training in Reno Dog Training Tips Uncategorized   -   Comments Off on Using Consistent Command Words With Your Dog

When it comes to command words, we know the basics “sit” and “come” and, if you’re feeling playful, “roll over.” But what about the less known commands like “break” or “release”? Malaika and Ripken show us how using consistent command words improves communication between you and your dog.   Highlights from...

May 17, 2016   -   Posted by aldeneditor   -   in Dog boarding in Reno Dog Gone Amazing Diaries Dog Nutrition, Health and Wellness Dog Training in Reno Uncategorized   -   Comments Off on Local Eats: Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Reno

Reno’s local food scene is incredible. As we head into the sunny months, patios are opening up and we’re off to meet friends and family for some food and fun. This weekend, when you’re heading out for a tasty excursion, bring Fido along! Thanks to these wonderful local eateries — offering...

July 22, 2015   -   Posted by   -   in Dog Gone Amazing Diaries Dog Training Tips   -   Comments Off on Video: How to Teach Your Old Dog New Tricks

Our video training series continues! Pooch: Shiloh Age: 5 years Breed: Golden Retriever Training: How to get an anxious, excitable older dog to focus on a single command. The Scoop: Even when they know commands, some dogs still get distracted or confused when asked to follow just one. With older dogs,...