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COVID-19

All training sessions are now remote. Petagogy Dog Training is using zoom to train new and existing clients. Surprisingly, we're able to cover the same amount of material as we ...

Spotlight on Prune

  Prune. Need I say more?!? Prune and her brother, Portobello. Prune and Portobello go for a loose leash walk around Mills College with Karin and their mom. Prune's mom ...

Spotlight on Stewart

Stewart waits patiently for the next person who will pet him. Stewart is the world's smallest husky, a Pomsky, Pomeranian x Husky. He is adorable and fun, whip smart and ...

4 Dog Disease Insights That Could Improve Human Health

By Maria Akhter on November 30, 2017 Our furry best friends are often our world, and when they fall ill, we feel their pain. That’s when we look for help from the ...

Researchers Don’t Know How Toxic Wildfire Smoke Is

By Trina Wood on December 14, 2017 (Editor's note: UC Davis researchers launched a study In January 2018 about fire-formed pollutants in Sonoma ash from the 2017 fires.) Burning and watery eyes, sandpaper-dry throat, ...

New Hope for Combating Dog Seizures Could Aid Humans

By Trina Wood on February 5, 2018 Epileptic seizures — in dogs or people — can be frightening to witness. In either species, the seizure stems from a neurological disorder and manifests in loss of ...

I thought dogs weren’t supposed to eat human food?!?

By Holistic Hound / In Food & Nutrition / Posted July 12, 2019 with notes in italic from Karin Argh! I find this question so very bothersome. There is no "human" food and "dog" food. There are ...

All Dog Food Isn’t Created Equal

written by Holistic Hound, Berkeley, CA with some notes from Karin Searching for the best pet food has a few criteria. You need a food that's at least 33% protein sourced from ...

How Much CBD Oil Should I Give My Dog

written by Holistic Hound, Berkeley, CA As pet owners, we want our fur babies to feel their best. But when it comes to new supplements, finding the right dosage can ...

Will I Have to Give My Dog Treats Forever?!?

The short answer is “Yes”. You need to carry a few cookies in your pocket or fanny pack, even when your dog has all of her new cues to fluency, ...