Dog Training and Related News

Isis has a new brother

Bear is just learning his basic skills, Isis of course knows many tricks. She is very happy when she can take part in Bear’s lesson. Look at that smile!

Bear and Isis “down/stay” while someone is vacuuming close by.

Great job, Bearie:)) …and Isis too, of course!

It is essential to teach each dog separately but practicing together is a lot of fun!

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