Monthly Archives: April 2015

Stop To The Whistle

By Mike Stewart Flipping through a few older editions of popular English sporting publications, Shooting Gazette and Shooting Times, I began to notice a common question from readers, “Why won’t my dog listen to my whistle”? This seemed to be … Continue reading

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By Josh DeWitt 14 years, 5 months, and 15 days. A span of time that now seems just a fleeting moment, but a moment so full of wonderful memory and impression I can imagine it would take a lifetime to … Continue reading

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Finding New Life for a Dog by Smelling Death: A Book Review of Cat Warren’s What the Dog Knows: Scent, Science, and the Amazing Ways Dogs Perceive the World.

By Ben McClelland What do you do when your dog doesn’t behave? Well, most of us call someone at Wildrose or post a question on the Facebook site. Cat Warren had Solo, a red and black German Shepard pup, a … Continue reading

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