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Culture: Readers Write
300 Shades of Grey
A Greyhound Gathering
Calm your breathing, don’t get too excited. The truth is, 50 Shades of Grey has nothing to compare with the 300 Shades of Grey about to gather in Kanab, Utah from May 8th to May 10th. Strolling the streets—beckoning to be stroked—will be the long, slim legged beauties with lean faces, and sharp eyes that pierce the soul. Heavy petting is the rule, palpitating hearts and drooling is permitted...
News: Editors
FOUND: First Ever Dog Tech Conference Offers Glimpse of Future
Megan Casey, Co-founder/CEO of Pack
What does technology hold for the future of dogs? It’s an interesting question that was posed by the FOUND Dog Tech Conference held at San Francisco’s Digital Garage last Thursday, March 19. The inaugural FOUND event was created by Pack, a social network for dogs and their owners. One of the new breed of tech companies designed to serve next generation dog owners and their canine companions, Pack...
News: Karen B. London
Social Roles and Relationships in Dogs
CAAB Chat about friendship, jealousy, grief, and bullying
CAAB Chats are a new program featuring monthly discussions among CAABs (Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists) about topics that matter to people who love animals. This month’s CAAB Chat is about Social Roles and Relationships in Dogs, and will involve a conversation about friendship, grief, jealousy, status, bullying, gratitude, and more. Anyone can register to listen in to the live chat (which...
Culture: DogPatch
On View: Paul Howard Manship
Paul Howard Manship Art
For a 30-year period beginning just after World War I, Paul Howard Manship (1885–1966) was lauded as one of America’s premier sculptors. Born and raised in St. Paul, Minn., Manship looked to the classical past for both inspiration and subject matter while exploring the modernistic stylings of what would become Art Deco. Manship’s sculpture entitled Indian Hunter and His Dog reflects his signature...
Good Dog: Behavior & Training
Training Dog Trainers
Do you love dogs and ready for a change in your life? Are you interested in that encore career that you’ve long dreamt of—one where you combine your interest in dogs with learning and teaching? More and more people are turning to online education to broaden their knowledge and learn new skills. Dog training is among the professions embracing online education, and none does so better than Karen...
Good Dog: Behavior & Training
Learn How to Train Dogs at ClickerExpo 2014
Sponsored by Karen Pryor Clicker Training
If you've ever dreamed of becoming a dog trainer or are already a dog trainer looking to further your education, you won’t want to miss the world’s largest all-positive training conference: ClickerExpo 2014! Held every year in January and March, ClickerExpo features leading-edge training seminars taught by top trainers from premier animal institutions and schools from all over the world, all...
News: Karen B. London
Train Your Dog Month Approaches
Events include webinars and contests
The focus of the fourth annual Train Your Dog Month in January 2014 is on training the family dog with the manners necessary to improve the daily life of both people and dogs. The basic skills are those in the Canine Life and Social Skills (C.L.A.S.S.) program of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT). In honor of Train Your Dog Month, APDT will offer free webinars to anyone who is...
News: Guest Posts
Strut Your Mutt — A Cause to Walk For
Strut Your Mutt
Good things can happen when people join together and walk for a cause. Like moving towards a no-kill nation. Like educating the public about the root causes of homeless pets. Like helping fund those organizations on the frontlines of animal rescue and adoption. Last year, nearly 11,000 people nationwide took part in Best Friends Animal Society’s Strut Your Mutt events. Together, these two- and...
Culture: DogPatch
Montreal Botanical Gardens
Montreal Gardens - Hachiko
During my late-summer visit to the Montreal Botanical Gardens’ Mosaïcultures Internationales “Land of Hope” exhibition, I was greeted by two delightful canine sculptures crafted entirely from plants: Japan’s Hachiko faithfully waiting on a train station platform, and from Canada, shepherd Elzéard Bouffi er planting a tree alongside his sheepdog and flock. The show features 48 living masterpieces...
News: Editors
Running with the Dogs
Monster Milers Saves Shelter dogs' Lives
Philly's First 5k for Animal Rescue Coming this September We were asked to post this notice of an upcoming event/race to help a remarkable organization in Philadelphia, Monster Milers. Hope you can come out to show your support, or get inspired to start a "chapter" in your city. Editor, The Bark   Philadelphia, PA — Fill up water bottle. Lace up running shoes. Fix the leash and martingale on...