If you’ve got a hyperactive dog who needs to chill out before a nap, car ride, vet visit, or for any other reason, here are ten of the best ways to wear out an energetic pooch.
Fetch is a simple concept. Chase the thing, bring the thing back. But some dogs just can’t wrap their heads around it.
Fetch is a great form of both mental and physical exercise. When structured properly, it’s also a terrific way to practice impulse control and consistent obedience.
If you find a tennis ball on the ground, that you do not own, leave it alone. If it looks suspicious, call authorities immediately.
Kellar was originally trained to play ball with the commands “hot” and “cold”. We later added “warmer”, “passed it”, “left” and “right”. The process took about a week for the basic commands.
Four former street dogs from a local shelter helped retrieve tennis balls at the Brazil Open. The audience was thrilled to see the adorable ball boys.
The perfect holiday gift for any dog who likes to fetch!
These pups wanted to play ball. They got their wish, and then some!
Video: A smart Jack Russell Terrier named Sid Russell has created a version of the classic dog-game fetch that doesn’t require humans and is played solo.
Meet Duncan, a Boxer who had both of his deformed rear legs amputated; yet, after the procedure, he is in excellent spirits, and gets along fine as a biped — check it out.
Super Bowl XLVII is on Sunday, February 3, and Doritos is letting fans decide which one of five commercials will air during the game (company executives will pick the second commercial to be broadcast). Two of the offerings feature dogs (see videos below).A little girl gets revenge on the family dog who destroys her toys […]
This article courtesy of woofreport.com.If you’ve read Woof Report’s tip about Chaser the Border Collie who is able to identify 1,022 objects by name, you already know that dogs can learn hundreds of words. Your dog likely knows quite a few – his or her name, Sit, Come, Stay, Down, Shake, Fetch, No, Off, Drop […]