Older Labs Susceptible to Laryngeal Paralysis

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Older Labs Susceptible to Laryngeal Paralysis Older labs can be susceptible to laryngeal paralysis.  An article written by California central valley veterinarian Jeff Kahler discusses a condition known as Laryngeal Paralysis which has a high incidence in older labs.  This condition can be inherited or acquired.  Some of the symptoms are coughing, change in bark tone, noisy breathing and others. … Read More

Today’s Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Class


Today’s Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Class We had a great Canine Good Citizen (CGC) class today.  This is Clover and she is working hard on getting her Canine Good Citizen and did an awesome job in class today.  She is such a sweet girl with lots of enthusiasm.   A big “Thank You!” goes out to Daisy (AKA “Girlfriend”) and … Read More

Great Basic Training Class Last Night


Great Basic Training Class Last Night WOW!  We had a great basic training class last night.  All the dogs already have a fantastic sit and down so we worked on learning to focus on their owner, stay, loose leash walking and leave it.  Bell was the winner of our “Sit” game.  Koda helped demo many of the ques.  Thanks a … Read More

Pawsitive Paws Now On Twitter


Pawsitive Paws On Twitter We are very excited because we are now on Twitter.  If you like Twitter and you like Pawsitive Paws then you should head over to Twitter and follow us.  Our Twitter account is https://twitter.com/pawsitivepawssd.  See ya on Twitter… tweet, tweet!

Whistle GPS For Dogs


Whistle, a company that makes tracking devices for pets is coming out with a new device in the summer of 2015.  It looks very promising and somewhat affordable.  They are offering a discount for those who want to pre-order. Right now it’s $99.00 but will eventually rise to about $130.00.  There is a $5.00/month tracking fee with the device once … Read More

No-Kill Shelter Built In Garage By Boy


No-Kill Shelter Built In Garage By Boy What a great story.  This young man recognized a problem, came up with a solution and most important, executed his plan to save lives.  Ken opened his own no-kill dog shelter in his garage.  With the help of friends, family and donors, he’s now working on opening a much bigger facility that could … Read More