When it comes to dog training, sometimes more is less. Spending a lot of time and effort working with your dog doesn’t guarantee that your dog will learn faster. Using proven training methods can help but you have to do them properly to get the best results. Be sure you’re doing your best as a trainer before blaming the method or the dog!
Archives for August 2016
Bereavement is the worst experience most of us will endure, but don’t underestimate the effect of injury, job loss, relationship breakdown, or being involved in (or witness to) a violent event. The sense of being out of control can be overwhelming, but there are things we can do to put direction back into our lives.
A bright smile can be a powerful way to make someone’s day and your own. It’s a simple reaction or purposeful gesture that can have incredible consequences through its variety and motivation. The benefits have been proven to be endless for one’s physical and emotional health, but they certainly do not stop there. The social […]
Agriculture has made human life not only better but ultimately possible for millennia, from ancient Egypt to Mesopotamia, Turkey, and Pakistan. This essential industry is now facing severe strains ranging from extreme weather to exponential population growth. Today’s farms must meld technology with forward-thinking practices that nourish rather than deplete the planet.
If there is one thing that should go hand in hand with advances in technology and manufacturing, it should be our ability (and willingness) to make products that are safer for the environment.
“If you were really committed to solving this problem your agency would readjust its operating procedures to meet my particular needs, and my inability to benefit is a sign of your lack of sincerity.” I’m calling this emotional embezzling.
If you own a dog, you have to train it. It’s just common sense. But different people expect different things from their dog. From happy companion to highly skilled sport or working dog, training means different things to different people. Maybe we should take some time to decide why we train before we decide on how we train our dogs!
A well-designed website is no longer an option for small business—it’s a necessity. If you want to remain competitive in today’s world, no matter the industry, you’ll need a website that generates brand separation, traffic and leads to lucrative conversions. Consider incorporating the following essentials into your website design.
In my memory, every year clouds covered the noonday sun, as I felt the chill of fall as we packed up and headed home to the city.
One begins to wonder what the difference between nostalgia and dreaming is… wishing, hoping, perhaps all remembering a home that once was in some life, somewhere, or that almost was…