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41 minutes | May 5, 2022
Dog Parks, Paws UP? Or Paws DOWN?
Dog Parks. If you live in an urban area they are often a lifeline for owners eager to let their dogs run, play, and burn off a little steam. But dog parks also spark vitriol from owners, especially those who have had a dog injured (or attacked) while visiting one. Not surprising, a successful dog park experience depends as much on the human as it does the dog. And keep in mind, dog parks aren’t a fit for every dog. In this episode of the pawdcast, Karen’s friend Elizabeth joins as a co-host, while Jean is traveling. Elizabeth is a resident of Washington, DC and has learned to navigate her local dog park with her Aussie mix Roxie. Together, Karen and Elizabeth chat with Sandy Modell about the dos and don’ts of dog parks. A favorite guest on the pawdcast, Sandy is a member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT) Board of Directors and founder of Wholistic Hound Academy in Alexandria Virginia. APDT has great resources for owners, including this one on dog parks https://apdt.com/resource-center/dog-parks-good-bad-ugly/
48 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
Working with a Rescue and Finding the One That’s Right for You
This episode of the PawsGo pawdcast is dedicated to Karen’s sister, Wendy and her newly adopted dog, Dennis. Late last year, Wendy lost her beloved dog Akira after 14 years together. Wendy originally found Arkia on Craig’s List, a family was moving and looking to rehome her. Wendy had never worked with a rescue before and found the process very frustrating. Dogs that she saw on Facebook or websites never seemed to be available. Her application was denied by multiple rescues because she didn’t have a fenced in yard. And Wendy discovered several scams where unscrupulous breeders posed as rescues. Wendy eventually found 4pawz.org, a Virginia-based rescue that worked with her to find the perfect dog – sweet little Dennis (formerly known as Prince). Wendy, 4Pawz and Dennis were the perfect fit. Wendy’s frustrations aren’t unique. So how can an adopter successfully work with a rescue? Well, setting expectations and finding the right rescue will make things easier. To discuss the HOW and WHY of rescues, Karen and Jean are joined by Lindsey Paisley, Executive Director of Beagles and Bentleys Rescue (www.beaglesandbentleys.org ); Sonja Gladwin, Volunteer and Foster Coordinator for Operation Paws for Homes (www.ophrescue.org); and Paula Biancone, Adoption Coordinator for Speak for the Unspoken (www.speakfortheunspoken.com ).
45 minutes | Mar 31, 2022
Dog Owners Speak, the Dog Aging Project Begins Focused Research on Cognitive Canine Decline
Dr. Amanda Tinkle, project manager of the Dog Aging Project, is back to share some exciting updates about this massive canine health study design to help unlock the key to increasing the “healthspan” of our dogs. Based on notes and feedback from “citizen scientists” who have enrolled their dogs in the program, Dr. Tinkle and her colleagues noticed comments and concerns about cognitive canine decline. She chats with Karen and Jean (both owners of senior dogs) about the project’s new area of focus specifically on senior dogs, Ironically, the Dog Aging Project didn’t set out to specially focus on senior dogs, rather its goal is to study how dogs age. To date, thousands of dog-lovers have turned into citizen-scientists to record and share information about their dogs’ lifestyle, habits, nutrition, general health and behavior. As Dr Tinkle and her colleagues continue pouring through information shared by dog owners, other areas of focus will emerge. Dr. Tinkle and her colleagues still are actively enrolling dogs of all ages, from all across the United States, including purebred and mixed breed dogs, to join the Dog Aging Project. They are especially interested in large breed, active dogs (agility, working dogs, etc.) and dogs from the mid-west and south-east. Poppy is very proud to be dog number 31, 934 in the program. Join this important effort and nominate your dog at dogagingproject.org
52 minutes | Mar 17, 2022
Max and Neo -- Combining Passion and Purpose for Profit
In this episode of the pawdcast, Karen chats with Kenric Hwang, the founder of Max and Neo (www.maxandneo.com). Kenric has created a revolutionary way to support rescues and shelters through donations of product, namely collars and leashes. Based on a buy one, give one model, Max and Neo sells their high-quality products to consumers online. So, for every product sold, Max and Neo makes a donation of those same products to a shelter or rescue. Currently Max and Neo sends boxes of their products to 5,000 rescues and shelters three times a year. Those boxes may contain collars, leashes, supplements, toys and blankets. Everything in the box is something a shelter or rescue needs for the dogs in their care, allowing hard to raise funds to be used for expenses like food and medical bills. In 2021, with only 4 employees (including Kenric) Max and Neo delivered $6 million in products to shelters and rescues. That figure speaks not only the quality of product, but the model Kenric has created to make donations easy for consumers and rescues. Any rescue presenting its 501c3 certification and proof of adoption activity can join Max and Neo’s growing list of participating rescues – you can sign up on their website. For dog lovers, if you want your purchase to really make a difference – check out Max and Neo – you’ll even find a very cool dog-friendly paddleboard! During their conversation, Karen and Kenric discuss CBD for dogs. CBD can interact with some medications and it affects dogs differently, so check with your vet before starting your dog on CBD.
46 minutes | Mar 3, 2022
Rain, Heat, or Snow -- Finding INDOOR Fun for You and Your Dog
Let’s be honest, as much as we love to be outside with our dogs, there are days when walks have to be cut short or you can’t swing a multi-mile hike. In this episode of the pawdcast, Jean and Karen are joined by Dr. Laura Sharkey to discuss getting the most from a short walk and how to create enriching indoor canine activities. Dr. Sharkey is a certified professional dog trainer with a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and the owner of Woofs Dog Training Center in Arlington, Virginia. The key to success for you and your dog, no matter what the activity, is to let the dog choose and have fun. Here’s another hint, let them sniff! Dr. Sharkey is an early disciple of positive training and opened Woofs Dog Training Center in 2002. As a result, she has a significant following in the Washington, DC area. Her expertise and passion for positive training and behavior has made her a popular national speaker and instructor. Her work with thousands of families has also led her to develop what she believes is the ideal dog breed – and yes, we chat about that as well! To learn more about Dr. Sharkey’s work and Woofs Dog Training Center visit www.woofsdogtraining.com
44 minutes | Feb 10, 2022
PawsUP for a Special Needs and Good Deeds Rescue!
Seeing possibilities in all animals, Columbus, Ohio based Speak for the Unspoken focuses its rescue efforts on special needs dogs and cats. The animals that come into their foster-based rescue are visually and/or hearing impaired or have unique medical problems all due to bad breeding practices – think backyard breeders, hoarders and puppy mills. In this episode of the pawdcast, Jean and Karen chat with Andrea Kochensparger, the executive director of Speak about the joys and challenges of rescue work and why the animals Speak brings into its program are truly special in every way! Many of the dogs that Speak works with are double merles – that means both parents have the merle pattern gene mutation. When two merles are bred, each puppy in the litter has a 25% chance of inheriting the gene from both parents. As a result, double merle dogs have a very high risk of significant health issues, most common are hearing and vision deficiencies. In addition to placing dogs and cats in loving homes, a large part of Speak’s work is education. Educating breeders on responsible breeding and educating the public on how resilient and loving dogs and cats with impairments are and they should not be euthanized simply because they are different. You can learn more about Speak for the Unspoken, their work and how to volunteer or adopt one of their amazing animals here – www.speakfortheunspoken.com Part of the PawsGo mission is to support small and independent rescues, shelters and animal welfare organizations. PawsGo is happy to support Speak’s efforts through the sale of our Aussie shirts – Australian Shepherds are just one of many breeds impacted by bad breeders resulting in double merle dogs. For a limited time, we will donate $10 from each Aussie shirt to Speak. You can find them at www.PawsGo.com Enjoy the podcast and if you like it, please share it and give us a nice rating!
38 minutes | Jan 28, 2022
Reducing Our Carbon Pawprint Through CRICKETS!
YUP! Crickets. They are the primary ingredient in Chippin dog treats. Crickets are also more kind to the environment. Consider this, it only takes 1 gallon of water to produce 1 pound of cricket protein. But it takes 2,000 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of beef protein. Crickets are also remarkably healthy for dogs (and humans, but we won’t push that idea too hard). In this episode of the pawdcast, Karen and Jean chat with Kathleen Wojtowitz, head of marketing for Chippin, a woman-owned small business that’s hellbent on providing delicious and nutritious dog treats and food while reducing the pet food industry’s carbon pawprint. Headquartered in the Washington, DC area, Chippin products are available in stores nationwide and through its website www.chippinpet.com In addition to crickets, products are made with highly sustainable ingredients like spirulina and the horribly invasive silver carp. Crafted under the supervision of qualified veterinarians, many of the products provide pre and pro-biotics and antioxidants.Go to https://chippinpet.com/discount/PAWDCAST and use the code PAWDCAST for 10% off your purchase. PawsGo has not been compensated for this episode. In fact, we purchased the products and had our focus group of dog friends try them. Eight out of 9 dogs went buggy over the treats. The outlier is super picky, Kathleen thinks she might have the perfect treat for him, so we will happily try again!
41 minutes | Jan 13, 2022
Finding the Best Trainer for You and Your Dog
Happy New Year! January is “National Train Your Dog Month” and in this episode of the pawdcast, Karen and Jean chat with Trevor Smith, of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT). APDT was founded in 1993 by renowned veterinarian, animal behaviorist, dog trainer and writer, Dr Ian Dunbar. With a goal of helping trainers improve their knowledge and skills through education, APDT provides an industry standard of excellence for the dog training profession. With over 5200 members in 48 countries, APDT has grown to be the largest association of dog trainers world-wide. It’s important to note that there is no formal training, state licensing or national criteria to become a dog trainer. Anyone can become a trainer without following an approved, regulated, or standardized training curriculum. Too often owners are enticed by flashy marketing and the promise of quick results and entrust their dogs to unscrupulous, unqualified or under-qualified trainers. APDT is working to rectify that. A first step was the creation of the LIMA standard. LIMA stands for LEAST INTRUSIVE MINIMALLY AVERSIVE. Members of APDT pledge to learn and then provide training that does not involve dominance tactics or use of aversive tools such as choke collars, prong collars or shock and E collars. Trevor shares questions owners should ask when speaking with potential trainers and why all dogs and owners will benefit from some form of training activity. You can learn more about APDT, their work, their standards and how you can identify a qualified trainer here - https://apdt.com/
67 minutes | Dec 23, 2021
A Gift of 101 Puppies
Can you think of a better gift? What could be more cute and cuddly than 101 puppies? In this episode of the pawdcast, Jean and Karen chat with their friend Kathy Callahan, aka the puppy whisperer, about her book 101 Rescue Puppies. Kathy’s book is a delightful and heartwarming account of the 101 puppies she, her family and dogs have fostered over the years, through Homeward Trails, an all-breed dog and cat rescue based in Northern Virginia. It was Kathy’s exposure to the puppies and their mothers that inspired her become one of the area’s foremost puppy authorities. A Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Kathy shares some of her puppy training tips, as well as insights into puppy behavior – just like human babies, puppies begin to observe and collect knowledge soon after birth. You can find Kathy’s book on Amazon. To learn about her work as a trainer and puppy socializer, visit www.puppypicks.com.
45 minutes | Nov 26, 2021
Babies Grow. Dogs Age.
In this episode of the pawdcast, Jean and Karen chat with Jennifer Shryock, a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant and founder of Family Paws Parent Education (FPPE) the parent organization of two International licensed programs: Dogs & Storks® and Dogs & Toddlers™. FPPE provides specialized programs for new and expecting families with dogs and offers a wide range of support to families, dog professionals (including veterinarians) and childbirth professionals to support success between babies, toddlers and family dogs. Founded in 2002, FPPE’s goal is to increase safety and reduce stress in homes with young children and family dogs. Jen works with – and is eager to expand an educated network of dog professionals, parents, shelters, rescues, breeders, veterinarians and pediatricians in an effort to decrease the number of dogs surrendered (or euthanized) due to preventable behavioral problems and common conflicts, like bites. Jen is fond of saying that babies grow, but dogs age, which means a dog’s tolerance will change as it gets older. A dog that was “great with kids” at two years old, may be less enthusiastic at six years old. The holidays, also known as “bite season” is a stressful time for dogs. Jen, Karen and Jean discuss numerous scenarios where humans unknowingly place dogs in dangerous situations and Jen offers guidance on how to keep everyone calm and safe during the holidays. This pawdcast is packed full of resources and advice for all dog owners, but ESPECIALLY PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS. Visit https://www.familypaws.com/ for a list of certified FPPE trainers and links to resources discussed.
51 minutes | Nov 18, 2021
Giving Thanks for Our Dogs
As dog lovers we give thanks for our dogs on a daily basis. They make us laugh, keep us active, provide companionship and comfort us when we are sad or sick. In what is becoming a PawsGo holiday tradition, Andrew Hager, author and historian in residence at the Presidential Pet Museum, is back to share stories of dogs who are truly superheroes. Throughout history, dogs are credited with saving and improving the lives of humans. Andrew joins Karen and Jean to share stories of some of his favorite dogs. Among them – Sergeant Stubby, a stray bull terrier mix who served in World War I and saw action on the Western Front and Togo, the Siberian Husky that saved the village of Nome, Alaska from diphtheria. And no, that wasn’t Balto. Balto got the movie, but Togo did the work – Andrew will explain. Listen along with your superhero and remind them how thankful you are for the joy they bring every day! Not only is Andrew a great guy and SO fun to listen to, he is the author of several books including Old Ike: The Fictionalized Story of Woodrow Wilson's Ram; Pushinka: The Fictionalized Story of John F. Kennedy's Dog and soon to be released All-American Dogs: A History of Presidential Pets from Every Era. All are available on Amazon and make GREAT gifts!
38 minutes | Nov 4, 2021
Who Will Let the Dogs Out? | Episode 27
In this episode of the PawsGo pawdcast, Karen and Jean chat with Cara Sue Achterberg – an author and animal welfare advocate. This is Cara’s second visit with the pawdcast and she’s back with some very exciting news. Inspired and supported by her work with Northern Virginia-based rescue Operation Paws for Homes, Cara has launched a new not for profit specifically to bring awareness and change to small municipal shelters and pounds, primarily in the south. Through Who Will Let the Dogs Out https://whowillletthedogsout.org/ Cara’s goal is to connect those small rural shelters and pounds with volunteers, rescues and resources in an effort to change the heartbreaking outcomes for too many homeless dogs and cats. Here's a look at what Cara is working to change –These dogs live in sparse conditions with few resources and no extras. They are held in chain-link kennels behind police stations, at the city dump, or in squat concrete buildings with no heat/AC until their owners come for them or they are destroyed to make room for new dogs that arrive. Their pictures are not on a shelter website or Petfinder. Rarely is there anyone working to address their physical, emotional or behavioral needs, let alone search for an adopter. Their only chance beyond being claimed by their owners is for a rescue worker to visit the pound and ‘pull’ them, transporting them to rescues sometimes several states away. To help support Cara’s initiative, PawsGo will donate $5 from each Not Alone wine bag sold online or at one of our pop-ups. All PawsGo items feature original artwork and are produced locally to our home in Alexandria, Virginia. These bags make great holiday or hostess gifts. In additional to holding a bottle of wine – a bunch of tennis balls, dog toys or dog treats also fit perfectly in each bag – www.pawsgo.com
37 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
Taming Canine Tumors with Turmeric – Teddy’s Story | Episode 26
In June 2013, MaryBeth Powers noticed a lump the size of a golf ball on her dog Teddy’s snout. Only two days later she heard the words no pet owner wants to hear, it was cancer. Teddy had a sarcoma (a malignant tumor of connective or other nonepithelial tissue). The vet’s orders were to “keep him comfortable, he had only about two, maybe four weeks to live”. As Marybeth recounts in this episode of the pawdcast, keeping him comfortable, meant giving him five medications that left normally joyful Teddy severely sedated. Marybeth was determined that Teddy would live his best life – no matter how many days, weeks or hopefully months he had. While researching holistic methods to reduce cancer in dogs, MaryBeth developed a “treat” that she began adding to Teddy’s food. MaryBeth believes the anti-inflammatory treat she developed for her beloved Teddy allowed him to remain with her and her family for THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS. MaryBeth shares with Karen and Jean how her singular focus on healing Teddy has become a much broader passion and second career. The treat MaryBeth developed became Teddy’s Turmeric Tamer and is now shipped nationwide. It can be found at specialty pet related shops in Northern Virginia. MaryBeth personally hand fills every order. For more information visit https://www.teddysturmerictamer.com/ or email MaryBeth at firstname.lastname@example.org From Teddy’s Turmeric Tamer -- DISCLAIMER: Product information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The comments and feedback about our product effectiveness are based on customer, staff, and family opinions and should not be substituted for medical care. We are not liable for any individual reaction to any particular ingredient, therefore, please remember to read the label and ingredient lists carefully and follow the appropriate directions for use and consumption at your own risk. Currently, this product is licensed through the State of Virginia as a “feed” license for a pet treat. For Humans, this has not been approved by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). Turmeric can interact with some medications, so check with your vet/doctor before taking this product especially if your pet takes meds for anti-inflammatory or diabetes.
39 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
Lucky Dogs and Smart Owners are Fans of Lucky Dog Cuisine | Episode 25
Boomer has been a fan of Lucky Dog Cuisine since he was a puppy 12 years ago. In this episode of the PawsGo pawdcast, Karen chats with Dr. Janice Elenbaas, the founder of Lucky Dog Cuisine. Lucky Dog Cuisine is a fresh, subscription-based dog food. Long before there were countless “fresh” dog food ads filling our Facebook feeds, Lucky Dog was THE pioneer in fresh, healthy dog food. It’s fair to say that Dr. Elenbaas created the path that others would follow. Based on homemade food that her mother intuitively created for her family’s dogs and encouraged by her local butcher to share her recipe with the local South Carolina public, Lucky Dog Cuisine was born in 2008, following the 2007 melamine contaminated pet food recall. From increased competition in the fresh dog food space to supply chain and labor challenges caused by the pandemic, Lucky Dog Cuisine remains a hands-on, family run operation – where happy and healthy clients are recognized and celebrated! Learn more about Lucky Dog and why canine nutrition matters here -- https://luckydogcuisine.com/ Note: PawsGo was not compensated for this podcast, the topic was Boomer’s idea, he really loves the food!
67 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
From smiling leashes to comfortable collars – put substance over style when it comes to your dog! | Episode 24
We’ve discussed smiling leashes and leashes as equipment. In this episode Karen and Jean chat with their friend Sandy Modell of Wholistic Hound Academy (https://www.wholistichound.com/ ) about collars. Collars are more than a stylish accessory. Unfortunately, some owners and trainers use collars for correction and discipline. Sandy shares that even the seemingly innocent vibrating e-collars can have an adverse impact on your dog and your relationship. And don’t get her started on prong collars!Sandy also shares questions owners should ask potential trainers and red flags to look for before entrusting your dog and your wallet to a program – here’s a hint, if you hear the phrase “balanced training” find another trainer!Never miss an episode of the PawsGo pawdcast and subscribe through your favorite platform! If you have an idea for a topic or a guest our pawdcast, message us through PawsGo on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! If we use your idea, we will send you a very cool PawsGo t-shirt. You can see all of our pawsitively awesome merch at www.pawsgo.com
45 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Hey doggies, there is no shame in begging for these treats! | Episode 23
You can thank Boomer and Poppy for this episode of the PawsGo pawdcast featuring Shameless Pets upcycled dog and cat treats. Karen purchased the Tooth Berry Dental Treats because she liked that they were healthy and made from surplus, castoff or ugly food. Boomer and Poppy LOVED them. A quick google search revealed that the Shameless Pet story was another great example of really smart dogtrepreneurs, a healthy dose of social responsibility and a food obsessed dog. James was a corporate food buyer for Target and Alex a food scientist for humans. Mina is James’s puggle who never met a scrap of food she didn’t like. Together they created (and tested) Shameless Pets treats for dogs and cats. In this delightful conversation with Alex -- Jean and Karen chat with her about her transition from human food scientist to pet food scientist, the challenges of getting a product to market, the importance of healthy treats and why cats love smelly food! Shameless Pets can be found online (www.shamelesspets.com) and at grocery stores and pet food stores around the country. These treats got an enthusiastic PAWSUP from both canines and felines. Do you know an innovative dogtrepreneur, a rescue hero, or have a great topic for our pawdcast? Send us a message through Facebook and Instagram @pawsgo If we use your suggestion, we will send you a cool PawsGo t-shirt!
46 minutes | May 20, 2021
The Smiling Leash Project | Episode 22
This is a PawsGo pawdcast international edition featuring a conversation about the Smiling Leash Project-- https://www.smilingleash.com/ Lyubov Elupova of Bulgari, Ena Kobentar of Slovenia and Leticia Sanchez Moral of Spain met at European Dog Training School led by Turid Rugass - http://en.turid-rugaas.no/ Rugass is world renowned trainer and behaviorist – many of her techniques support natural methods for canine/human communication which she calls calming signals. Loose leash dog walking is part of the Rugass philosophy – Ena, Lyubov and Leticia called it the smiling leash and have created an international movement focused on loose leash walking and behavior. It’s a fascinating conversation – yes they use a smiling leash in urban areas! Take a listen and follow them on Facebook and Instagram. They have a very informative blog on their website.
45 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
The Road to Westminster Begins and Ends with a Great Dog! | Episode 21
For baseball fans, it’s the World Series; for football, it’s the Super Bowl; if movies are your passion, it’s the Oscars. For dog lovers the top competition is the Westminster Dog Show. In this episode of the PawsGo pawdcast, Jean and Karen chat with Kristina Shaw Whetzel, a breeder of champion Australian Shepherds and Becky Lueth, a champion handler, who has wrangled and guided more than one prestigious pup through New York City and the rings of Westminster. Karen and Jean chat with Kristina and ask how she knows a dog is “Westminster material” and what it means to a breeder to have a dog compete. Becky shares what makes Westminster so special for handlers and participants and why some dogs just love to compete! PawsUP for the Westminster Dog Show which announced the show will go on in 2021 – but it will be held outside in June – details are here https://www.westminsterkennelclub.org/plan-your-visit/tickets Do you like our pawdcast as much as we like sharing it? Please subscribe and leave us a rating!
32 minutes | Jan 28, 2021
How Dogs Talk? Look at the Face! | Episode 20
If you talk to your dog and SWEAR they understand what you’re saying – you will love this episode of the pawdcast. Karen and Jean chat with Courtney Sexton, a doctoral research student in the George Washington University Department of Anthropology's Center for Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology and her research focused on canine communication. Courtney recently launched the Dog Face Study (www.howdogstalk.org ). A HUGE animal lover, Courtney designed the study to leverage increased understanding of dog behavior to make us better canine companions and inform what we know about the evolution of language, communication and social relationships. You and your dog can participate in the study – and become a citizen scientist by registering at www.howdogstalk.org By registering and sharing short videos of your dog, you not only help inform Courtney’s research, but you’ll be entered to win a Chewy gift card – share that bit of news with your dog and let us know what she says, it will be written all over her face! You can also follow Courtney’s progress on Instagram and Twitter -- Instagram: @How_Dogs_Talk Twitter: @HowDogsTalk If you like this episode – and we hope you do, please rate us and leave a comment AND share with a friend! PawsUP to you!!
51 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
A New Leash for Life! | Episode 19
In this episode of the pawdcast, Jean and Karen chat with Valerie Alfinito, a trainer who shifted her focus to creating handcrafted leather leashes and collars. A true dogtrepreneur – Valerie founded Dog Sports Designs in the 1990s when her clients came to her training classes with bruised, cut and injured hands from their dog’s leashes. To Valerie, leashes aren’t an accessory – they should be considered equipment and her handmade leather leashes will last your dog’s lifetime. As Karen, Jean and Valerie discuss, while Valerie’s leashes can be found at Westminster and the World Agility Championships – they are even more appropriate (and important) for all of us pet parents who really want the best for our dogs – and our hands! If you’ve watched the Westminster Dog Show, you’ve likely seen the “bejeweled” leashes in the ring – Valerie created the first bejeweled leash and with a client created a lasting dog show tradition. PawsUP for Valerie! Karen and Jean’s dogs (and hands) are big fans of Valerie’s leashes. As are America’s Veterinarian, Dr. Marty Becker; the Obama’s – Bo was an early customer; and countless rescues and champions. Valerie’s handcrafted dog leashes can be found at www.dogsportsdesigns.com – enter code PawsGo20 for a SPECIAL 20 percent discount on your purchase.
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