It is time for young Phlyzer QuarrinTini the Canary to claim a sweet spot to sing all his own!Continue reading Adopt a Canary – Trilling Young Red Factor Roller Looking For a Home
Dog parkour, or as it’s sometimes called urban agility for dogs, is a fairly new canine sport. It blends elements of human parkour (moving rapidly through an area, typically in an urban environment, running on, jumping over and climbing obstacles) with dog agility as well as dog flyball skills, dog tricks, canine obedience as well as stamina for the dog and handler. . Everything that Stella loves and to which she aspires (me too!).Continue reading Dog Parkour Summer ’22
Upon proven skill at training a dog; and upon sound
knowledge of dog training technique as evaluated on
exams; and upon demonstrated ability to communicate
training techniques to students; Do More With Your Dog!®
proudly awards the certification of to Judith Keenan on April 12, 2022.
Benny is a cocker spaniel cavalier mixed breed dog adoptable through Furever Pet Care. He was born September 28, 2020, surrendered into foster care when his first family could no longer care for him. He is neutered, up to date with vaccines, housetrained, approximately 20 lbs (8.7 kg), stands 16″ at the withers, and has a personality that is all about loving.Continue reading Benny Cocker Spaniel Cavalier Adopt a Dog
Stella the Min Pin loves to work, and she loves to show off. So its not too hard to shape that enthusiasm into some terrific Tricks for her Advanced Trick Dog Title! Check out our video submission that “did the trick” for us.Continue reading Stella Earns Advanced Trick Title
We are privileged to introduce Husky puppy Ayra to the Furever Pet Care pack! She will be doing some pre-school training and foundation skills with us here on a regular basis.Continue reading Husky Puppy Ayra Joins the Pack
Because there is no down side to looking at photos of baby puppies, scroll down to get rid of a frown!Continue reading Baby Puppies MAKE HAPPY
The pandemic has had all kinds of effects on families and the dogs who live with them.
Some of the effects are terrific. Dogs received lots of attention from folks locked down with them. What puppy doesn’t love being the center of the universe?
Some of those effects are not so desirable. The change in family dynamic that come with a return to a more “normal” pattern has made for dogs who have a hard time being separated from their people even for brief durations; dogs that are overly reactive; dogs that are overly fearful; dogs unable to adapt to change. For these families, a board and train program may provide respite and a fresh perspective.Continue reading Board and Train Explained
The A + B + C+ D alphabet spells out the end of our pandemic-response scheduled play date program here at Furever Pet Care. But there are still options for your summer puppy fun.
A – the summer is in full swing. B – the humans have been (mostly) poked and freed. C – many of our playdate families want to get out, travel and do stuff with their entire pack, including the dog. Mixing and mingling means your dogs get to see new friends too. D – One of the main reasons we launched the pandemic playdate program was to help dogs prepare for this very time, when they would again be out and about in social settings, dog and human, that are more like “normal” times.Continue reading Pandemic Playdate Program Wrap Up