06/26/2017 10:19 AM
Today we want to introduce you to our JOINT JERKY! It’s a dog favorite and we know why! This treat is perfect for dogs of all ages AND sizes. It’s full of flavor and has a chewy texture that pups love.
Joint Jerky is naturally rich in Glucosamine and Chondroitin which aids hip and joint health. It’s a SINGLE-INGREDIENT chew which means there are no additives, chemicals or preservatives. I can hear him… your pup is already begging for this delicious treat! Joint Jerky is also sourced from free-range, grass-fed beef.
Your dog will love the beefy taste and as a pet parent, you can rest assured knowing your loved one is getting the nutrients he/she needs!
This treat also serves as a dental dog chew! How cool is that?! It helps fight tartar and plaque, keeping your dog’s pearly whites nice and clean! It’s always great to have a chew that naturally keeps your pups mouth free of tartar and plaque.
Joint Jerky is a nice, tasty reward for your pup! So if they’ve behaved well, they only deserve the best!
Let us know if you have any questions or concerns! We love hearing from you.

06/26/2017 08:00 AM
Isn’t That What it’s There for?

She goes for walks but comes home to poop on the potty pad.

06/25/2017 08:00 AM
Wannabe Nurse

I am a recently graduated nursing student – my dog Lucy decided my clinical concept maps and papers looked yummy!! Little did she know each concept map took nearly 8-9 hours to finish! She’s lucky she’s so darn cute!!!!

06/24/2017 08:00 AM
Thanks-for-giving me a Tummy Ache

Riggs ate an entire pumpkin pie the night before Thanksgiving!

06/23/2017 08:00 AM
Inappropriate Playdate

Well, maybe he shouldn’t wear sweatpants next time?

06/22/2017 08:00 AM
Baby’s First Shower

Had my first shower today because my big brother cocked his leg and pee’d on me 🙁

06/21/2017 08:00 AM
Lonely, I’m so Lonely

Hi, my name is Chloe Mae. One day mom had to run some errands and thought it would be nice to put me and my older brother in the basement instead of our kennels. Well I thought otherwise. I decided to try and escape by ripping off the door frame and then just going straight for the door itself. When I realized it wasn’t going to work I decided to just chew up everything into little pieces and hide it throughout the basement. Mmmm wood my favorite!!

06/20/2017 08:00 AM
Sock Tug-of-War

I play tug-of-war with the little human’s socks while she is wearing them.

06/19/2017 09:57 AM
Don’t Tell me What I ‘CAN’ or Can’t do!

I found a can of spray paint and decorated the couch…mom & dad are not impressed….maybe a little

06/11/2017 08:00 AM
Vintage Oven Mutts

Our dog Alex. Look at that hound face. Enough said!

06/10/2017 08:00 AM
Griffin the Wolverine

Getting a hug from Griffin turned dangerous

06/26/2017 01:00 PM
Oh yes

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06/26/2017 12:00 PM
Lookz lyk a unikorn

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06/26/2017 11:00 AM
I coloured outside the lines because my crayon was claustrophobic!!!

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06/26/2017 10:00 AM
Happy diet

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06/26/2017 09:00 AM
A bowl of muesli

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06/26/2017 08:00 AM
And . . the poodle is PART of the CHAIR ♥

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06/26/2017 07:00 AM
Spirit Guides?

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06/22/2017 12:00 PM
I said I wanted Eeyore!

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06/22/2017 11:00 AM
Don't stand there

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06/22/2017 10:00 AM
Going to work on Monday

Going to work on Monday

06/20/2017 11:01 PM
June Skies
I’ve been lucky enough to be absorbed by a sheepdog trial and training clinic for 4 of the last 5 days, so forgive me if all I post are some photos of the awesome skies and light we’ve had this past week. (Quick update on the trial: Maggie ran in ProNovice in the Cedar Stone […]
06/12/2017 08:55 AM
Name That Ewe 6-12-17
There are six new members of Redstart Farm: Two momma ewes and their twin lambs. It’s such a joy to have lambs back on the farm–we had to skip lambing season this year because of a bacterial disease that prevented our co-owned ram from coming over in fall and breeding the ewes. But now we […]
06/05/2017 10:00 AM
What Would You Like to Talk About?
I’m back in the office, refreshed and recharged and ready to go. And curious–what would YOU like to talk about? Canine-related book reviews? Other book reviews? (Have you read Leaving Time? Wow!) Case studies? Research? Training Ideas? Dog-Human relationships? Flowers? Recipes? Novels about dogs that incorporate flowers? I’m all ears. Be as specific as you […]
05/29/2017 10:00 AM
Contemplative Photography, 2017 Version
I won’t pretend that being restricted by my bad knee hasn’t put a damper on my activities. Thank heavens then, for the class I took several years ago on Contemplative Photography (see some photos from it here and here). It did so much to help expand my eye and how much I appreciate the visual […]
05/22/2017 10:00 AM
Canine Social Cognition – What Do We Know?
In March I wrote a review of James Serpell’s 2nd edition of  The Domestic Dog: Its Evolution, Behavior and Interactions with People.  In the review I said “This chapter [on social cognition] is the ultimate updated resource on social cognition in dogs, and is practically worth the price of the book.” I’ve been reading through […]
05/19/2017 10:00 AM
A Special Opportunity to Help Shelters (Time Limited!)
Do you take the time to write down what you are grateful for on a regular basis? I’ve been doing it for years, and I can attest that it’s one of the most constructive things I’ve ever done. Far beyond a superficial exercise, it can help to repair a broken psyche, or, in some cases, […]
05/15/2017 10:00 AM
Wisconsin’s Prairies in Spring
I am so lucky to live in “fly over country”. (To the hordes from the coasts: Please keep flying over and not stopping. We’re just fine here, really.) I live in an area of southwestern Wisconsin called “The Driftless Area,“ so called because the last glaciers avoided us and left lots of beautiful hills, valleys […]
05/08/2017 10:00 AM
Off to Recharge My Batteries
I hope you are enjoying spring (or fall?) right now. Hopefully, when you read this, I’ll be in the garden, the woods, the pasture or the kitchen. I’m taking the rest of May off to recharge my batteries. The book tour for The Education of Will was a time I will never forget, full of […]
05/01/2017 06:53 PM
HAI. The Window of Tolerance. And Life.
I’m sitting at La Guardia airport, surrounded by rows of passengers-to-be, their stolid baggage waiting by their sides like silent beasts of burden, their agile mobile phones hard at work. I’m on my way home from the Green Chimneys 2017  Conference on Human Animal Interactions and here’s my challenge: What part of the conference do […]
04/25/2017 11:06 AM
Sorry to Say (Dogs and Guilt, Revisited)
There was quite the dust up on Twitter last week about a blog in Psychology Today by Nathan Lents, titled Dogs Apologize Better Than Some Humans. Skipping the observation that humans have a lot more to apologize for than dogs do, (clown horror movies come to mind), Lents addresses the “guilty look” of dogs and […]