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Pannel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Whelping: Part 1 of a two part series of articles dedicated to whelping out a dog.​

Whelping has always been an interesting and challenging subject for me. So much can go wrong, but when you have the experience and tools needed to help it go as smoothly as possible, it can be such a pleasant and exciting time. A bad whelping experience leaves a breeder with a bad feeling in the pit of his or her stomach for days, while a nice, problem free whelping experience can leave us feeling elated and rewarded.

Read along as we tap into the expertise of five dog breeders, in a variety of settings, with an amazing variety of advice and knowledge. Not every dog breeder agrees on all of the details, but as you know, there can be more than one way to something successfully. The goal for this Panel Discussion is to give advice and ideas, and then you, the breeder, can figure out how to implement what’s beneficial into your whelping program.

Oh, and don’t forget, this is only half of the questions! There’s more coming next time!

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Customer Care

Customer Care: Parent Pictures

My name is Hannah, and I grew up in Dornsife Pennsylvania. I have been involved in the dog breeding industry since 2016! The breeds I raise are AKC Miniature Poodles, AKC Miniature Schnauzers, and Cockapoos. As the owner of Fetch Photography, I offer general advertising and photography services specializing in puppies to areas in Northumberland, Dauphin, and Schuylkill County PA! I list puppies on all major puppy websites, including Greenfield Puppies, Lancaster Puppies, Infinity Pups, Puppies.com, and AKC Marketplace. Listing puppies for breeders outside my area is possible if breeders can provide their own photos. In 2020 I began offering canine genetic testing and genetic counseling for breeders in all areas even if you are located outside Pennsylvania! In 2022 I married my husband Scotty, and my name changed from Hannah Schaible to Hannah Day. If you have questions about this article or my services, feel free to contact me! Hannah Day: 570-809-3335 or [email protected]

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Fun & Games

Dog Agility Course: Navigating the Dog Agility Course

Dog Agility is a thrilling canine sport that showcases the agility, speed, and teamwork between dogs and their handlers. Rooted in a demonstration at the Crufts dog show in England in 1977, the sport has evolved into a dynamic and popular activity worldwide. The primary objective of agility is to guide a dog through a timed obstacle course, consisting of various challenges such as jumps, tunnels, weave poles, and contact obstacles like the A-frame and dog walk.

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New Now Services

SWOT Analysis Part 4 of 5: Finding Opportunities.​

And here we go, Part 4 of this amazing continued series of articles dedicated to explaining and helping you implement the SWOT Analysis in your business or kennel. Another great article, done by Chuck Holt, with New Now Services, and this one focuses on the O of the acronym: Opportunities.

 Use the blank paper to actually write down your Opportunities, and then keep this copy of The Dog Journal handy for the next parts of this. Get creative, think long and hard, and get anyone involved in your business to gather around and help you. 

By the time this series of articles is complete, hopefully you can emerge with a clearer picture of where you are going, and what it will take to get you there. In the meantime, if this looks like something you should do, but are stuck on the details, reach out to Chuck and schedule a session with him!

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Myth Buster

Popular Myth: Professional puppy pictures are a waste of money!​

In the world of dog breeding, the presentation of your puppies can be just as important as their pedigree. A prevalent myth within our community suggests that investing in professional puppy pictures is a frivolous expense. Today, we aim to debunk this myth by uncovering the multifaceted value that high-quality pictures brings to breeders, buyers, and the puppies themselves.

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The Right Fit

The Right Fit: AKC English Bloodhound

Step into the world of American Bloodhounds, where their saggy ears and incredible sense of smell tell a fascinating story.

From ancient European places to the United States, follow these special dogs on their journey. Learn how to take care of their unique features, like those floppy ears and shiny coats.

Discover their bravery in finding lost people, with exciting stories of Bloodhounds being heroes. Join us on a sniffing adventure where every smell shares a tale, and each trail leads to the heart of the American Bloodhound story.

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USDA

USDA Today: Controlling Infections in a Kennel​

Today, there’s not a much scarier news headline than a “mystery illness.” You may have seen a similar story about respiratory disease in dogs the past few months. The hype has calmed down, but there’s still a lot unknown about what happened. As we learned with COVID-19, claims of a mysterious new illness should not be taken lightly. But thankfully, not every news headline becomes a global pandemic, either. Here are some things to know about the “mysterious” canine respiratory disease.

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Dog Breeding Jokes We all Feel
Doggy Bone

Eight things you should never say to a passionate dog breeder

We’ve all had those days, right, where the last thing we feel like doing after all of the other tasks that come with dog breeding is meeting with new puppy parents, and interacting and answering their questions in a professional way. The following answers are not recommended for real life, although they might be what we’re actually thinking!

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Canine Care

Unraveled: Genetics, Genetics, Genetics!

It’s a very important part of our
breeding program and the health of
our pets. Dr Jenna Dockweiler, with
Embark, has taken the time to give
us an insight into their company, her
story, and the subject of genetics.

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Adventures

Adventures: Fox-Fur-Ewe-Corgis

Hi fellow dog breeders and canine lovers! My name is Timothy. I’m 18 and live in the Finger Lakes region of New York. I am a new breeder who has more passion than patience, and has so far spent more time reading about dog breeding than actually breeding dogs.

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Training

The Socialization Period and Process

Puppies are referred to as “neonates” during the first two weeks of life. They often sleep in a stacked heap and nurse frequently. Their eyes and ear canals are not opened. Mobility is limited as they are unable to do more than paddle with their legs and slide. Senses of smell and touch are more operational, which many scientists believe allow the puppies to maintain contact with their mother. 

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Bar H Farms
Adventures

Adventures: Bar H Farms

My name is Landon Hutchison, residing in Harwood, Missouri. I wear many hats, but my most notable ones being an AKC Professional Handler, Kennel Manager, Basset Hound Breeder, and owner of Duke Marketing Agency. I manage my parent’s kennel, Bar H Farms, who breed Basset Hounds under the “Bar H” prefix. Puppies from my personal breeding can be distinguished by the prefix addition of “Duke’s”

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The Right Fit

The Right Fit: Rottweiler

Their journey spans from ancient Rome, where they were revered as Molossus dogs guarding legions, to the medieval German town of Rottweil, where they earned their name and reputation as “Rottweiler Metzgerhund” or “Rottweil Butcher’s Dog.” In today’s world, these dogs continue to captivate hearts, showcasing their intelligence, dependability, and loving nature. Rottweilers, with their rich heritage and timeless appeal, embody a breed that seamlessly bridges the gap between history and modernity, remaining a beloved presence in homes and workplaces worldwide. 

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Pannel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Website and Social Media Pt.4

And, drumroll please, here is the last part of the four part series of the Panel Discussion covering Advertising, Marketing, Branding, Social Media, Website Creation, and more. Hats off to all of the dedicated contributors that have taken the time to put their thoughts on paper.

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SWOT Weaknesses
New Now Services

New Now Services: Assessing Weaknesses

This is Part 3 of a continued series of articles revolving around explaining what a SWOT Analysis is, and how it can help you grow your business. In this issue, Chuck Holt continues his workshop style article by focusing on the second letter of the acronym, W is for Weaknesses. Use the blank paper to actually write down your Weaknesses, and then keep this copy of The Dog Journal handy for the next parts of this.

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Dog Breeding Expectations
Customer Care

What Your Puppy Customer Expects From You

Many adopters have read on countless websites that they might be denied approval for adoption if they do not ask enough questions… So, they Google a list of things they believe you will expect them to ask, to prove they are an informed adopter!

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USDA Checklist
USDA

USDA Today: What To Expect During A USDA Inspection

USDA APHIS Animal Care’s main mission is to ensure the welfare of animals. We do this by performing unannounced inspections. You may be nervous about having a government agency do a surprise visit and inspect your business. What will they say and do? What questions will they ask? How will they act? Here are some things you can expect during an inspection.

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The Honest Dog Breeder
Canine Care

Unraveled: Ethical Dog Breeding

Ever feel embarrassed that you’re a dog breeder? Julie Swan with The Honest Dog Breeder, answers a lot of hard questions about why ethical dog breeding isn’t a bad thing. In fact, her website and company, just like it sounds, is all about helping dog breeders make their breeding program something to be proud of.

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Pannel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Website and Social Media Pt.3

Read along as our two Website and Social Media experts weigh in on the subjects and questions that we asked them about. This series of Panel Discussions is the longest and most comprehensive one we’ve done yet, and the contributors haven’t let us down. Although they may all have a little bit of a different twist on their advice, we’re thankful that they’ve gone out on the limb and offered their opinions on these controversial subjects.

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Training

How Much of the Wolf is Still in the Domestic Dog?

The wolf, also known as Canis Lupus, the gray wolf, the timber wolf, the western wolf, and other subspecies, is a canine native to the wilderness and remote areas of North America and Eurasia. It is the largest surviving member of its family with the females weighing in at 80-85 lbs.

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Event

Groom Expo

How many dog groomers could possibly exist? That’s one of the first things that went through my mind as I stepped inside the Hershey Event Center in Hershey, PA on Friday, September 8th, to attend the Groom Expo. Even before we registered, I could see the crowds of people, feel the energy, and begin to understand why this event is truly a destination for dog groomers across the country

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The Right Fit

The Right Fit: Collies

With their striking intelligence and undeniable charm, have long held a special place in the hearts of dog enthusiasts worldwide. These remarkable herding dogs, known for their elegant appearance and unwavering loyalty, are much more than just a pretty face. Collies have a rich history as working dogs, initially bred in the rugged Scottish Highlands for their herding prowess.

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Doggy Bone

Things That You Should Never Tell a New Puppy Parent

People of all ages love puppies, and it can be exciting when someone that you love decides to bring one into his or her life. You may be thrilled for them, but there are times when you may open your mouth and say something that you shouldn’t. Many people try to say the right thing, and they only hurt their loved ones feelings. 

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New Now Services

New Now Services: Assessing Strengths

In the last issue, Part 1 of this article revolved around explaining what a SWOT Analysis is, and in this issue, Chuck Holt continues his workshop style article by focusing on the first letter of the acronym, S is for Strengths. Use the blank paper to
actually write down your Strengths,
and then keep this copy of The Dog
Journal handy for the next parts of
this. Get creative, thing long and
hard, and get anyone involved in
your business to gather around and
help you.

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Vet Verdict

Parvovirus

Oh no! you know that smell. Yes “That” smell. Nothing else is quite like it. You open the door, and the odor of parvovirus knocks you a step back. Consider yourself fortunate if you have never had this experience. But if you have, you know you and your pups are in big trouble.

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Customer Care

What to Expect From Your Puppy Customer

Knowing what your puppy customer
expects you to ask them is a good way to
know how you should respond when they ask,
“Do you have any questions for our family?”
Adopters expect the breeder to thoroughly
interview them! Some websites demand a
family to find a different breeder if they are
not asked personal questions about their
puppy’s future home. Asking a customer the
right questions can not only prove you are an
ethical breeder but show the customer you
care about your puppy’s long-term success
within an adoption.

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Customer Survey

Customer Survey: Issue 7

In issue 6 of TDJ, you probably saw the great article in the Customer Care, about how important it is send enough with your puppies to their new homes that the new owner feels prepared, all while not overwhelming them with useless products.

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Adventures

Adventures: Iditarod Sled Race Pt. 3

the last two editions of the Dog Journal I have covered various aspects of the race and trail: The start in Anchorage, some experiences running the trail on snowmobiles (or snowmachines, as we call them in Alaska), and now we will cover the final leg of the racefrom the last checkpoint in Safety, to the famous burled arch finish line in downtown Nome. It typically takes mushers eight to twelve days to reach Nome after the starting line in downtown Anchorage.

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Canine Care

Unraveled: Good Dog Training With Donna Chandler

Okay. Well, I’ve shown dogs most of my life, and I graduated school as a nurse. I really wanted to be a veterinarian, but when I applied, back when my scholarship was at Purdue University, they told me to go work in a vet’s office and come back later and reapply, because they only take half a girl a year, which means they take one girl every 2 years. Today, most of the vet students are women, but not back then. I didn’t fall into that category, so even though I didn’t want to be a nurse, that’s what I became.

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Pannel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Advertising & Marketing Pt.2

Join advertising and marketing guru Dave Lapp, with Fuze Design, as he takes on the hard questions about this subject. This is part two of a continued series of articles dedicated to Branding, Marketing, and Web and Social Media Development. Although slightly different in nature than previous Panel Discussions, with only one expert per part, this one is worth spending some time with.

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USDA

USDA Today: Body Cam Response

The welfare of animals in commercial dog breeding facilities is a matter of great concern for animal rights activists, government agencies, and responsible breeders alike. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) plays a pivotal role in ensuring that these facilities meet stringent standards to guarantee the wellbeing
of the animals in their care. However, the
proposition of commercial dog breeders wearing
body cameras during USDA inspections has
sparked a significant debate. In this article, we
will explore why this approach may not be the
most effective way to promote animal welfare
and advocate for a cooperative relationship
between breeders and the USDA.

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Training

Training Tips: Putting A Handle On Your Dog

This has been the subject of intense debates for eons. Dogs have been brought to the prairies of Canada and the West beginning in the early years of the last century. Dogs and trainers originally traveled in trains’ freight cars before travel was more accessible by vehicles. Today dogs and trainer/handlers trailer dogs and horses

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Doggy Bone

Ten Ways to Make Your Veterinarian Want to Do Business With You

Though you may not want to think about taking your pet to the vet, the truth is that it is something that you are going to have to do, multiple times in your life. In order to be a good thing, you need to have a good relationship with your veterinarian and the entire staff. So, how can you do this? Here are some things that you can do to make sure that you have a good relationship with your veterinarian.

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Vet Verdict

How Much Should a Pregnant Dog Weigh?

A pregnant dog should not gain or lose weight in the first five weeks of her pregnancy. Having a scale in the kennel and weighing her once a week is the best way to assure you are providing the proper amount of dog food.

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Customer Survey

Customer Survey: Issue 6

Now, in this issue, we’re going to see if the people that support the program would actually pay more or choose a puppy coming from a program like this over one that does not. Please remember that there are lots of other good reasons to keep becoming more ethical and stepping up our game, but in this article we are talking only about the monetary gain that can happen.

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Customer Care

Customer Care: It’s The Little Things That Count

Puppy prices are a growing concern for breeders and puppy customers alike! Customers call and offer a fraction of the puppy’s listing price, and some breeders admit they are barely breaking even on the last puppies in the litter. Many breeders hope to set their puppies apart from competition by offering incentives like complementary puppy starter kits, prepaid registration, microchipping, and a free bag of puppy food.

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New Now Services

New Now Services: SWOT Analysis

Ever heard of the SWOT Analysis? Well, it’s a super valuable tool that can help any business grow and thrive, and Chuck Holt, with New Now Services, is taking the time to contribute a continued series of “workshop” articles, designed to help you implement this tool into your dog breeding business.

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The Ruff Report

The RUFF Report: Legislative Update

Sponsored by Senate Ag Committee chairman Elder Vogel, was introduced and referred to the Senate Ag Committee on May 31. It was presented to the Dog Law Advisory Board at their meeting on June 1, where all comments were favorable, and there appeared to be a broad consensus of support. The bill includes numerous other provisions that enhance the Pennsylvania Bureau of Dog Law’s ability to perform its mission, including more vigorous oversight and inspections of nonprofit and rescue-type kennels. The Pennsylvania Professional Dog Breeders Association (PPDBA), the nation’s oldest professional pet breeders’ association, supports the bill.

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Doggy Bone

Ten Things You Should NEVER Say to Your Veterinarian

Veterinarians and technicians work hard to give your pets the best life that they can possibly have. This being said, it can be a hard job, and clients can make it even harder! As veterinary professionals, we have all heard things that you should NEVER say to us. Here are some of the ones that are the worst!

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Adventures

Adventures: Iditarod Sled Race Pt.2

he famous Iditarod trail, which is used by the Iditarod dog sled race, runs from Anchorage to Nome, covering approximately 1,000 miles. This trail is also used for the Iron Dog Snowmachine race. I have traveled the first 300 miles of this trail rather extensively by snowmachine (snowmobile to you lower 48’ers). When I share this tidbit of information with people, they often are rather surprised, and ask something like: “You mean they actually let you drive on the race track?”

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Interview

Interview: Mike Miller Vinyl Tech Kennels

Some of the benefits of permanent structures are more stability, as well as the fact that the building can be repurposed at any point, if a breeder decides to move or leave the industry. The thing is, almost all of the features and options that are available in permanent structures are now also available in portable buildings, so that’s nice.

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The Right Fit

The Right Fit: Welsh Corgis

Welsh Corgis have become a popular and beloved breed of dog, known for their distinctive appearance and affectionate nature. Originating in Wales, they were traditionally used as herding dogs,

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Fun & Games

Fun & Games: Conformation Dog Shows

When it comes to showcasing the beauty, grace, and breed-specific standards of dogs, few events can compare to the exhilarating world of conformation dog shows. These shows bring together topnotch pedigrees, expert handlers, and passionate dog enthusiasts, providing a platform to evaluate and celebrate the finest examples of each breed.

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Canine Care

Unraveled: The Punk Rock Farmer(Free Article Enjoy!)

Today we sit down with Jonathan Lawler, also known as The Punk Rock Farmer, to talk about the documentary he’s producing called “Puppy Mill” This documentary is almost completed, and hopefully by the time this is printed, will be out there and available.

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Event

Double Gap Ranch Rodearing

This year is the first year that a Rodearing event was held at this facility. Doubling Gap ranch hosted a prior workshop event done by David Henry, and has embraced the concept of Rodearing for a few years already

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USDA

USDA Today: The Impact of Rehoming

In 2012, when I first went to work with the USDA Animal Care, I would visit breeders throughout the country, and I would ask them what they did to rehome the dogs when they were done breeding. You would be amazed at how little rehoming was being done. I would ask the question why these dogs were not rehomed?

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Pannel Discussion

Panel Discussion: Brand Building & Development

Are you ever confused when it comes to branding, marketing, and advertising? Do you feel like you can’t make sense of it all? How do we know what’s working and what’s not working? How do we know advertising isn’t just a waste of money?

Well, our goal is to break these different subjects down in a continued series of Panel Discussions over the course of the next few issues. Some subjects might only have one

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Training

Training Pages – Training With the E-Collar

Training with stimulation has become much more accepted today than it was in prior times. There are still holdouts that say “No way am I going to shock my dog. I love him and do not want to hurt him.”

However, a much larger percentage of dog owners and trainers recognize the huge advantage of incorporating the use of a low-level stimulation e-collar into their training program, IF THE E-COLLAR IS USED CORRECTLY!

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Customer Survey

Customer Survey: Issue 5

I’m sure you’ve heard about the Canine Care Certified program hosted by Purdue University. We have too, and we keep hearing about it. Obviously, like any such thing, there are people that support it, and people that criticize it.

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Customer Care

Customer Care: The Changing Landscape

If you wanted to sell your puppies on a listing marketplace, the process used to be simple. You needed a picture of the puppy, a generic description, and your phone number. Then you waited for calls and usually sold your puppies within a week or two.

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Round The Table

Round Table: Q and A Issue 5

In my experience as a dog breeder the litter will give plenty of indications when they are ready to start eating a soft food often called a “gruel”. I often find this time/age can be different based on several factors.

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Vet Verdict

How to Tube Feed a Puppy

Marty Greer, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, has 35+ years’ experience in veterinary medicine, with special interests in canine reproduction and pediatrics. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 1981. She’s served as Revival’s Director of Veterinary Services since 2019.

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Extra

Making The Dog Journal A Reality

Hello, my name is Ivan Lee, and I’m the president of The Dog Journal. This project has been so much fun and hard work, that I decided to dedicate a section of this issue to tell you my story and how this all became a reality. 

Working in the dog breeding industry for a number of years,

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Fun & Games

Fun & Games: Antler Shed Hunting

Antler shed hunting. If you’re one of the people who haven’t
heard of this sport, then you may be wondering what it consists of or what it even is. In this article, we will dive deeper into what antler shed hunting is and how hunters around the world
are making this a well-known sport.

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Extra

Extra: 2023 PAWS Seminar and Expo

The 2023 PAWS Seminar and Expo is just around the corner, and I want to tell you, it looks like the most exciting event they’ve hosted yet! Obviously, I might be a bit biased because it’s in my home state,

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Training

Training Pages – Bird Dog Training

When it comes to dog training, the well-worn phrase “Timing is everything” is especially true. If two dogs were DNA clones, had identical environmental exposures, and were trained by two separate owners who taught with the same training program, one of the dogs would most likely be better than the other. The reason would be based on th

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Adventures

Adventures: Iditarod Sled Race

The Iditarod sled race is a grueling and challenging long-distance dog sled race that takes place in Alaska, covering over 1,000 miles of treacherous terrain from Anchorage to Nome. The race is named after the Iditarod Trail, a historic dog

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Customer Survey

Customer Survey: Issue 4

For this issue of The Dog Journal’s Results section, we’re going to talk about something a little different! In issue two, we did a giveaway drawing, and on the entries, we asked two questions. Everyone that entered for the drawing needed to fill out the answers to the questions, and the answers that came back were so interesting we decided to share them with our readers.

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Canine Care

Unraveled: Kennel Assistance Program (K.A.P) PAWS

The group at PAWS has officially launched the long awaited and worked on Kennel Assistance Program, also known as K.A.P. This program was designed for breeders by breeders, for the simple mission of helping each other improve the industry and public perception of dog breeding one breeder at a time. Here’s the cool part, it doesn’t cost you as a breeder anything to participate, and you don’t even need to be a PAWS member.

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Event

ICAW Seminar

The Indiana Council of Animal Welfare (ICAW) exists to protect and preserve the animals of Indiana and safeguard the rights of responsible animal owners and breeding professionals through education and sound legislative actions.

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Round The Table

Round Table: Q and A Issue 4

Hormones are chemicals that serve as messengers, carrying important communications through the body. When these messengers are not balanced, there are unwanted side effects such as skin problems, hair loss, increased drinking and urinating, weight loss or weight gain, weakness, lethargy and/or excessive panting.

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Global Pet Security
Interview

Interview: With Paul of Global Pet Security

Ok, so as being a dog breeder and having a kennel, you always get the questions when people pick up their puppies that involve things like vet info, nutrition questions, microchipping details, etc. One question I got asked a lot was, where do I register the microchip?

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Call In

Call In: Vaccine Crash Course

This one hour call done by Dr Hatler with Neotech hosted by APRI is basically a crash course on vaccinations. If you want to know more about vaccines, how they work, how they’re made, the pros and cons, and much more

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Call In

Call In: Marketing Yourself as a Breeder

This is a subject that has been talked about a lot, but it is so important that APRI decided to talk about this one again. This call is sponsored by A-to-Z Vet Supply, and a few of the hosts on it are Leann with Elite Nutrition and Chip with Punk

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The Right Fit

The Right Fit: Portuguese Water Dogs

Portuguese Water Dogs, also known as PWDs, have a rich history that dates back centuries. These highly intelligent and athletic dogs were originally bred by fishermen in Portugal to assist in their daily tasks on the sea. PWDs were trained to retrieve lost gear, guard boats, and even herd fish into nets. They were also skilled swimmers and would often jump overboard to retrieve items that fell into the water.

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USDA

USDA Today: Time for Body Cameras?

The times are changing. USDA Animal Care, a unit within the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, administers the Animal Welfare Act (AWA). This federal law establishes requirements concerning the transportation, sale, and handling of certain animals. To enforce this law USDA Animal Care uses Inspectors throughout the country providing unannounced inspections. These inspections are regularly posted on the web for the world to see.

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USDA

USDA Today: Issue 2

If you have a USDA License, you need to understand that things continue to change with how they are enforcing
the Animal Welfare Act. I want to introduce myself and my reasons for writing this article and some future articles about the USDA.

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Adventures

Adventures: The Dynamo Dogs

Welcome back to the travels and
adventures of Gail Mirabella & The
Dynamo Dogs! Let’s start off the
New Year with one of our most
recent trips and performances, The
National Dog Show

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