Finley’s Tips for Stopping Leash Pulling

Hi, Finley here! As the Executive Canine Quality Control Officer at Cascade Kennels, there’s one thing I know for sure: I love a good walk. Humans think I don’t know what “W-A-L-K” stands for, but I am one smart pup. It’s always a surprise to learn what other animals have

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Ickis K.

February 14th, 2008 – January 24th, 2019 Ickis was my best friend, sidekick, and bodyguard for ten years. I got him when I was sixteen years old, so he rode most of life’s biggest waves with me. He was a very busy Australian Cattle Dog, and the hefty responsibility of

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Sadie L.

Sadie was one of the greatest dogs.  She was the first dog I ever got to train myself, and we went through all the different levels of classes together.  The only thing she loved more then her people was a ball, and she was always up to fetch for as

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Abby L.

Abby was the single sweetest and nicest dogs I have ever met.  Everyone will always remember her big eyes, and affectionate demeanor.  She was such a couch potato, and NEVER stopped shedding her endless yellow fur from the day I adopted her. Abby was my first foray into raising a

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6 Heart Healthy Reasons to Cuddle Your Dog

What does it mean to have a bond with your dog? More than you know. Genuine affection between you and your dog has many benefits towards emotional and physical wellbeing. Luckily, there is plenty of research dedicated to this topic that showcases exactly how having a dog in your life

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5 Ways to Exercise Your Indoor Cat

For an indoor cat, your house is their ultimate playground. Exercise is essential for an indoor cat as it helps them release stress, digest their food, and get some of their playful energy out. Otherwise, you might have a mischievous cat on your hands! Cats don’t have a high tolerance

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Are Dog Allergies A Thing?

When pollen gets in the air, there’s no telling what it will do. Spring and fall are particularly rough for allergy sufferers, as new flowers are blooming, or ragweed pollen is being blown up in the air. Between watery eyes, sneezing, or even getting rashes, allergies are simply the worst.

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