Sunday’s are for joyrides 🐕
Seriously proud of these pups. I don’t often share the downside of owning a high drive dog because I’m crazy and I enjoy it....that said though there are downsides.
Phoenix is HIGHLY prey driven. By prey I really mean anything that moves fast. This includes children who run screaming past him. He also has zero control over flying things. Like say a bean bag being thrown.
A place like the farm is a solid mix of all his krptonites 🏀👨👧👧
We’ve worked really really hard on self control and this trip went surprisingly well. I will always be on high alert and always use my body and placement to help keep him blocked from stressors and calm but we didn’t have one outbreak of bad behavior.
Never let someone tell you owning a high drive dog is easy.....but it sure is worth it ❤️
Look at this raw feeding transformation!!! 🙌🏻
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Top: the day after I got Lana, 9/30/18. The day we started #rawfeeding Bottom: today! Lana came to me eating a very high quality kibble, but struggled with a dry coat after being spayed. In the 7 weeks that I have had her, she’s been bathed once and is brushed weekly. Since feeding raw, her coat is softer, shinier, and way more manageable. I tell my friends until I’m blue in the face, but there’s no way I could feed a balanced healthy raw diet without @primitive_choice ! So glad some random woman online referred me to her🙌🏼 #poweredbyraw#belgianshepherd#rawfedmalinois#sportdog#fitdog#nofilter
Hank is staying with us for a week while his owners are in Ireland! I like to dog sit here and there so that mine are used to having new dogs around. I’m also getting 2 of my regulars tomorrow so I’ll have a total of 5 for the week 😅