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Cairo - Obedience at the Del Mar Home Show 2016 - YouTube

This is a video of us at the Del Mar Home Show last weekend. It was a 3 day event that allowed us to show people what is possible when it comes to dog obedie...

A Fatty Meal Might Affect How You Absorb CBD

Compared with fasting, the amount of CBD in the body was four times higher after the high-fat meal and the maximum amount in the blood was 14 times higher, the findings showed.

School Shootings and Lockdowns: How do Kids Cope?

School shootings have become much more common occurrences in the 21st century. What affect are these events -- and the drills designed to protect kids from them -- having on America's children?

Are You an 'Extreme Early Bird'?

In advanced sleep phase, your body clock (circadian rhythm) is on a schedule hours earlier than most other people's. You have premature release of the sleep hormone melatonin and shift in body tempera

Trans Students More at Risk of Mental Health Ills

About 78% of the students met criteria for one or more mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, self-injury and suicide risk, the survey found.

Migraine Meds Recalled for Bacteria Risk

The bacteria, from the genus pseudomonas and the genus burkholderia, can enter the bloodstream and cause serious, life-threatening infections.

Severe Lung Injury After Vaping Reported

Four cases of severe lung injury possibly linked with vaping in Minnesota are similar to dozens of cases in Wisconsin and Illinois.

Heart Attack Rates Higher Near Fast-Food Clusters

For every additional fast-food outlet in a neighborhood, there were four additional heart attacks per 100,000 people each year, according to the report.

FDA Approves Drug for Most Deadly Form of TB

The FDA approval sprang from a groundbreaking trial of 107 patients in South Africa who had been diagnosed with XDR-TB. Six months after treatment, 89% of the patients were cured, which is far higher

FDA Proposes Graphic Warning Labels For Cigarettes

Cigarette packs would have to carry very large warning labels that would feature color photos that graphically illustrate the damage smoking can cause. It would be the most significant change to cigar

Younger Patients Shunning Blood Pressure Meds

The researchers found that 23.5% of the patients stopped taking the drugs within the first nine months. And of those who kept using the medications, 40% had "low adherence" -- taking the prescribed am

Local Air Testing for Toxic Gas Closer to Reality

Meanwhile, the state Environmental Protection Division this week revealed results of an initial sample test for ethylene oxide at its South DeKalb monitoring station.

Toxic Algae Kills Dogs Across the Country

The killer is blue-green algae, or cyanobacteria, that can be found in fresh or salt water and contain toxins that can be fatal to dogs within minutes, hours, or days of exposure.

Here's How Too Much Social Media Can Harm Girls

Among girls, the more often they used social media, the more psychological distress they suffered, the findings suggested.

Speed Stroke Recovery With Exercise

Mixed aerobic exercise provided the greatest improvement, followed by walking, cycling and recumbent stepping -- a machine that allows stepping while in a seated position.

Scientists Creating Gene Map of Human 'Microbiome'

The research could reveal links between microbiome genes and human disease, and lead to development of precision treatments, they said.

Israeli Flight Attendant Dies of Measles

Like many people her age worldwide, Amitai was vaccinated against measles as a child but received only one dose of the vaccine, CNN reported.

New Drugs Cured 2 Ebola Patients: Doctors

Earlier this week, preliminary results from two trials in Congo suggested that the two drugs significantly reduced the risk of death from Ebola.

Is a Chlamydia Vaccine on the Horizon?

All of the women who received the vaccine produced antibodies to chlamydia, but one of the vaccines, called CTH522:CAF01, produced nearly six times more antibodies than the other vaccine, the investig

Cryotherapy FAQ

Whole body cryotherapy is a growing trend at spas and wellness centers, thanks in part to its popularity among athletes and celebrities. But it can be risky, and experts question how well it works.

False Teeth 'Lost' in Man's Throat During Surgery

According to a new report, one 72-year-old man who had abdominal surgery in England swallowed his dentures during the procedure. They got stuck in his throat -- and were only discovered eight days lat

Bailey and Ciah Practice Recalls

CJ and Natasha run Bailey and Ciah through some recall drills at camp. It's so easy to see how much fun both of the dogs are having.

Spill Proof Water Bowl for Dogs

CJ shows a Buddy Bowl and talks about how to use them and why we love them so much we bought two!

Recalls with Mae

Mae loves to run so practicing her "come" command was a lot of fun. In the beginning she runs right past us, but by the end she's going super long distances and her command looks super cle

Walking with Mae at Kit Carson Park

We take Mae, the catahoula shepherd for a nice early morning walk at Kit Carson Park.

Recalls with Oliver

A fun video of Oliver learning to come to us when we call him.

Intro to Prong Collar with Milly

Milly is a crazy (and cute!) puppy with absolutely zero leash manners. In this video we introduce the prong collar to her and practice with it while walking and doing some leash maneuvers. She does

Teach Your Dog to 'Go to Bed'

It’s often convenient to park your dog: To crate her while the delivery men bring in your new refrigerator. To  have her hold a down-stay, instead of climbing on you and licking your face, while y

Cats, Partially Explained

As longtime readers and listeners know, The Dog Trainer steps out with other species from time to time, notably that other species our dogs and us often live with. No, I don’t mean our spouses! I

Do You Need a Guard Dog?

Over the years, I’ve had occasional requests to train a pet dog as a guard dog, and I’ve always declined as soon as my prospective client explained what, exactly, he hoped his dog could be taugh

4 (Other) Best Things to Do for Your Dog

                     You already know the best things to do for your dog: Socialize your puppy. Housetrain. Teach good manners. Spay her or neuter him. Vaccinate against infectious disease

My Dog Is Totally Trained, Right?

                “Trained” is a word that should almost never be used in the past tense. Okay, I’ll give you “housetrained” if your adult dog never eliminates indoors unless he’s s

Fostering Dogs

                  No matter how comfortable and well run a shelter is, there’s no place like home – if not a permanent home, then a foster home. Someone fostering a litter of puppies can

How to Choose a Veterinarian

I’m going to take a guess that you’d rather not find yourself poking through Yelp reviews for a good vet the morning after your dog has kept you up all night having diarrhea. (Yes, my insight is

Chilly Dogs: Caring for Your Dog in Cold Weather

The northeastern United States, where I live, seems to be having an actual winter for once, and I’m given to understand the same is true of some other regions as well. Since the weather outside is

Teach Your Dog to Give or Drop an Item

It’s tempting to say that in an ideal world, our dogs would never put anything in their mouths we didn’t want them to have. In the ideal world, dogs don’t scavenge, they never pick inappropriat

Where Should Your Dog Sleep?

Some clients tell me, with pride, that they never allow their dog on the bed. Some clients tell me, with embarrassment, that their dog sleeps next to them. Some clients tell me, laughing nervously, t


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