Last week I had the opportunity to make a “rescue run” for the Pikes Peak Humane Society. (Yes – you can call me a “Rescue Ranger”! – Feels like that job should come with a super-hero cape, doesn’t it?!) Our Mission: to bring back 20 dogs from southern Colorado shelters to be adopted out in Colorado Spring. Here’s how it went …
Team ‘Dogs Colorado’ is up and running for this year’s Furry Scurry hosted by the Denver’s Dumb Friends League.
Not a week goes by at Dogs Colorado without a few calls about nervous, reactive, leash-aggressive, or otherwise difficult doggos. In these cases Dogs Colorado turns to the professionals for guidance and one name that keeps coming out above the fold is Patrice Kuiken of In Good Paws Dog Training.
Good News Everybody!
Dogs Colorado has been featured on Expertise.com’s list of the Best Dog Walking in Lakewood for 2018.
Interview Coming soon… in the meantime. Check out Heros PETS.
Enter Kimberly Beck. The founder of Relational Rewilding Nature Guiding and The Canine Effect LLC. I caught up with Kimberly last month over some tea and coffee in downtown Golden. Although our two hour conversation did include dogs, it was this thing called Relational Rewilding Nature Guiding that we geeked out about for the better part of two hours. My apologies to Chaz for being a bit late for his daily run. So, it is at the corner of Relational Rewilding and “right, Relational Re…w… what!?” that we must begin.
Dogs are highly intelligent, physical, and social creatures just like us. So, just like us, they require frequent interaction and stimulation.