Book Review: Doggie Language

Title: Doggie Language: A Dog Lover’s Guide To Understanding Your Best Friend by Lili Chin This little book in physical size and shortness (about 125 pages), is packed with useful information about dog behavior and body language. The best part forms from the author’s speciality: dog illustrations. The pictures are colorful and cute, but mostContinue reading “Book Review: Doggie Language”

Raymer Family Dog Training: Online Animal Training Classes

We are currently updating our website, and the way we will offer animal training classes moving forward. Some pages may temporarily be inaccessible. If you are interested in enrolling in training classes once they are launched again, you can contact us as normal. Thank you for your patience during this time. Update March 3, 2021:Continue reading “Raymer Family Dog Training: Online Animal Training Classes”

Dog Christmas Gift Ideas

Here’s a list of some dog items that your friends and family (or even yourself) may find useful for dog training. Leashes: A 6-foot traditional length, or try a 10 or 15-foot leash if you have safe areas to allow your dog more room to roam on walks. Harness: The Seattle Balance harness (by LoriContinue reading “Dog Christmas Gift Ideas”

Foods to Avoid Giving Dogs

When choosing treats for your dog, avoid the following foods as they are toxic to dogs’ health: Onions Grapes Macadamia nuts Avocado Chocolate Raisins Mushrooms Candy or anything with xylitol (type of sugar) Check to make sure peanut butter does not have xylitol, since some kinds do contain it Alcohol Coffee/caffeine Garlic Salt and sugarContinue reading “Foods to Avoid Giving Dogs”