Puppy Fitness

Puppy Fitness

Puppy love is exploding in the Escobar home with our newest addition, Sealah. Adding a new puppy to your pack is exciting. Puppies require a lot of training, planning and more training. Afterall, are we ever really done with training once our dogs leave puppyhood? In...

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Fit Over Fashion

I recently attended a canine fitness seminar and had the pleasure of trying a lot of popular harnesses that are on the market today. When it comes to finding a harness for your dog, I recognize the struggle you may be faced with. Although I do spend a good amount of...

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Introducing

Aniolek’s Hooked on Sealah We welcomed this lovely gal to our pack over the weekend. Sealah has beauty and brains with a desired temperament for our home. She is settling into our busy house nicely. Subscribe to my blog to keep up with her training, adventures and all...

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Fit for Life…Even as a Senior

CCFT Earlier this year I completed a program through the University of Tennessee earning my Certified Canine Fitness Trainer, (CCFT) credentials. Fitness, nutrition, and overall longevity are areas I’m most passionate about so I was excited to have this opportunity....

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Training Through Summer

In Florida, we are already feeling the smoldering heat and that makes it challenging and even unsafe to train our dogs outdoors. There are the exception times like early morning or late evenings but let’s be real, sometimes those times aren’t fitting for our agenda....

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Virtual Happenings

AKC has extended an opportunity for evaluators to remotely review trick submissions via email. If you need some assistance in having your trick dog titles evaluated I would love to help you with that, just email me. Not sure exactly how "tricks" can be useful, check...

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Gardening with Dogs

Gardening is a rather new adventure for our family. I grew up with my parents always successfully having a garden, but I now appreciate the hard work that goes into making one. We decided this year to have our garden in the ground versus in pots like in years past....

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Canine Fitness Fun

I started my career with animal training in the world of horses. Due to my past I am constantly finding connections between dogs and horses when it comes to conditioning. There is one thing most equestrian competitors have in common and that is the ability to set up...

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Limited space? No Problem

Lately, I have been receiving a lot of emails regarding the challenges to training in limited spaces. I admit it's easy to prepare sequences and workouts for your dog when you have a large fenced field. Limited space doesn't mean limited options necessarily. In...

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Social Distancing…Part 2

Progress at Home While social distancing is still trending and everyone's learning to homeschool their children, it's time for handler/dog home school! If you missed my original blog on jump building you can find it here. Once you have your jump built or bought,...

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