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Expert Advice: Home Winter Kennel Safety – Keep your Dogs Warm and Healthy When Temperatures Plummet
Across the United States, the winter reprieve is over. With the arctic blasts coming your way, what steps can you take to protect your home, kennel and dogs from winter hazards? Here are some quick reminders and tips to help prevent disasters and health hazards, including those pesky mice who like to come inside when […] | January 17, 2017
Expert Advice: Responsible Breeding Schipperke Breeder Krista Nuovo-Roe on Life With This Foxy-Faced Breed
Dedicated to the Schipperke breed, professional breeder and handler Krista Nuovo-Roe of DeLamer Schipperkes has been involved with dogs since she was a child. Since then she has grown into a serious competitor who has worked extremely hard to produce champion dogs. While Nuovo-Roe began working with a different, much larger type of breed, the […] | November 29, 2016
Expert Advice: Breeding Tips & Best Practices How To Get Your Kennel Ready for Hot Weather
Summer officially arrives next month, but hot temperatures have already hit many areas of the country. Get your kennel ready for the warm weather and assure your dogs are comfortable and avoid heat stroke even on the hottest days. Clean and service your fans and air conditioners prior to using them.   Make sure your […] | May 16, 2016
Expert Advice: Government Relations New CDC Flyers Illustrate Requirements for Entering the U.S. with a Dog
  More and more people are traveling with their pets and bringing dogs into the United States from overseas. Although a pet doesn’t need a passport to enter or re-enter the United States, you are required to provide certain documentation attesting to the health of your dog or cat. These rules serve to protect the […] | November 10, 2015
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Expert Advice: Breeding Tips & Best Practices What I Have Learned in 45 Years as a Breeder
By Kathy LorentzenBy Kathy Lorentzen Reprinted with permission from Dogs in Review and author Kathy Lorentzen, from the February 2015 issue of Dogs in Review magazine. 1. Start slow.  Regardless of how much you think you know, you probably don’t know very much when you are a fledgling breeder. The faster you go, the more […] | April 3, 2015
Expert Advice: Cute & Funny What is Your Dog-Show Name?
Just how humans have first and last names, dogs registered with the AKC have two names as well but it works a little differently. Every registered dog will have its official name and what is known as a "call name," which is what you call them when you're playing with them in the backyard. So […] | January 1, 2009

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