Chihuahua Howling: Vancouver, BC

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chihuahua howling: vancouver, bc

Chihuahua Howling: Vancouver, BC

Normally, Chihuahuas bark. They bark a lot. It’s a small dog then it’s small barks but they are annoying barks.

This Chihuahua didn’t bark, she howled and howled and howled. She kept on because her owner wasn’t acknowledging that there was a big danger coming (aka: me taking her photo). This is proof that the standard recommendation to deal with dogs howling …


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Man and Dog Walking: Vancouver, BC

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Man and Dog Walking: Vancouver, BC

Man and Dog Walking: Vancouver, BC

Most often when people walk with their dogs, they walk in sync. This means that if the person’s left foot is forward, the dog’s left front leg will be forward.

This only works when the dog is walking with the owner, like in this photo. This almost never works when the dogs are on ‘those fishing lines’, that’s these leashes that …


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Cycling with a Running Dog: Vancouver, BC

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cycling with a running dog

Cycling with a Running Dog

It’s difficult to cycle with a dog when the dog is on a leash and is pulling, especially in another direction than where the cyclist wants to go. That guy’s dogs wants to come and sniff my dog, that why the guy is going with his bicycle across the road toward me.

In some places, like the UK, it’s illegal to cycle …


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Hard Working Frenchie: Vancouver, BC

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Another Hard Working Frenchie: Vancouver, BC

Here’s another hard working Frenchie. In the doggy world, a Frenchie is a French Bulldog. Like most Friend Bulldogs, the “go crazy” until they are completely exhausted and need to sleep to recharge “the battery.”

Late last year, I was talking with the owner of another French Bulldog. The Frienchie’s owner was going on about her dog this, her dog that. I …


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I Am Milo and I Am an Addict

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Am Milo and Am an Addict: Vancouver, BC

I Am Milo and I Am an Addict

Hi, my name is Milo. I’m one year old and I’m an addict!’ That’s how Milo introduces himself at ‘Doggies Anonymous’.

This is Milo and he chases balls. He doesn’t care about the ball, he only cares about chasing the ball. It’s not that he doesn’t want treats or food, he will eat them but he …


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Playing Around: Vancouver, BC

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Playing Around: Vancouver, BC

Playing Around: Vancouver, BC

These two doodles (doodles are a cross between a Standard Poodle and another dog breed) dogs are playing around. These two dogs are brother and sister but not from the same litter. They both have the same parents but they are a year and half apart.

The two owners of these two dogs were talking to each other at the dog park and saw me taking …


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Serious Dog: Vancouver, BC

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serious dog: vancouver, bc

Serious Dog: Vancouver, BC

The whole time I took photos of her, she never looked at me once. She only looked straight in front of her. Usually dogs take a very quick look at me then they look straight. Then a few seconds later they look again at me…

Not her! She made sure that she didn’t see me…

In the Western Culture, looking at somebody straight into their …


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A Very Patient Dog: Vancouver, BC

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german sheppard at full attention

Very Well Trained German Sheppard: Vancouver, BC

I first noticed this guy because he was so loud on his cell phone. The German Sheppard staid immobile, at full attention, for 11 minutes while I watched. The German Sheppard didn’t move at all.

It must have been more than 11 minutes because when I noticed then, the German Sheppard was already at full attention. How do I know that it …


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