Brinkley’s Long Weekend

Brinkley’s Long Weekend

Posted on Sep 13, 2013 in Success Stories | 0 comments

Last night we were reminded that without a doubt, we needed to thank you for the training you have brought to Brinkley and us.

While Brinkley remains a very good dog she probably will never pull a human on a skateboard. However, she will ALWAYS come on a run when she’s called. Yup, keeping her safe and us not frustrated!

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Ruff Tough Kennels: They’re Crate!

Ruff Tough Kennels: They’re Crate!

Posted on Sep 7, 2013 in Barks from the Barn | 0 comments

At My Dogs Mind, we take crate training very seriously. We are pleased to announce we are now an authorized distributor of Ruff Tough Kennels, manufacturers of some serious crates

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Chef’s Winning Recipe

Chef’s Winning Recipe

Posted on Jul 30, 2013 in Featured, Success Stories | 0 comments

Meet Chef, a striking white Austrian Cattle Dog. His new life with adopted parents Barbara and Nancy, along with their two dogs, turned out to be more challenging than anyone anticipated.

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Your Dog is Your Mirror – A Book Review

Your Dog is Your Mirror – A Book Review

Posted on Jun 17, 2013 in Barks from the Barn | 1 comment

After reading a number of popular titles covering classical conditioning, positive reinforcement and pack theory, I still thirsted for something with a stronger finish. Something that would evoke me to think about it, long after reaching the back cover. I texted over my particulars for a new read to Terence. His response was simply “Kevin Behan.”

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A Unique Pawspective

A Unique Pawspective

Posted on May 22, 2013 in Barks from the Barn, Featured | 3 comments

Day school instructor Katie McHugh pulls double duty at My Dogs Mind. She is equally talented behind the lens or at the end of a leash. Katie is the creative eye behind many of our great Facebook and website photos.

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The Cats Are Back In Charge

The Cats Are Back In Charge

Posted on May 21, 2013 in Featured, Success Stories | 0 comments

We rescued Cinda from Tennessee in October of 2011. As soon as we brought her into our house we realized we had a problem- she had a very strong prey drive and we have three cats. We thought we could fix it with our experience from raising our other dog, Apollo. I spent many a night in tears worried that we’d made a horrible mistake adopting her.

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