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https://mailchi.mp/direwolfproject/x4f8kwufucOut of an abundance of caution,if you are feeding Purina pet foods,I highly recommend you consider switching.The BEST nutrition to feed your dog for superior health is a whole prey raw food diet.You know I only share the best information on dog health, nutrition, training, and genetics.And from time to time, I like to share great content not created by us that you need.The truth is…A whole prey raw food diet is ideal for dogs.This is the best YouTube channel I know of to get your started on your raw food diet journey:https://www.youtube.com/@PawsofPreyHowever, not everyone has the means to provide that type of diet.Whether it is convenience, money
Love of the dog
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On December 23, 2023, 45-year-old Amanda Richmond Rogers jumped into a frigid river in Alaska to try to save her dog, Groot, who had fallen in. Unfortunately, she never resurfaced from the water, and rescuers were unable to locate her.In late March 2024, four months after she vanished, her body was finally discovered, still holding the dog she attempted to rescue.Read more...
Dogs Lose Their Talents
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Title: The Vanishing Talents of DogsDogs have long been celebrated for their remarkable abilities, from their keen sense of smell to their unwavering loyalty. However, in modern times, there is a concerning trend emerging – the vanishing talents of dogs. This essay explores the factors contributing to this decline and suggests ways to preserve and nurture the unique talents of our canine companions.One significant factor contributing to the decline in the talents of dogs is the shift in their roles within society. Historically, dogs were valued for their working abilities, whether it be herding livestock, guarding property, or assisting hunters. However, as societies have become more urbaniz
https://youtu.be/Ln0xHn6QRbI?si=w5hlD3Q-EHChlgn754 views May 8, 2024 DIREWOLF DOGS OF VALLECITO, LLCDire Wolf Project breeders know that each DireWolf Dog puppy has a special role to play as a giant companion dog for a family in need. We provide daily lessons to our puppies to help them understand that role and transition seamlessly into their new families. These lessons teach puppies many different things: 1. Patience2. Submission3. Respect4. Relaxation5. Handling sensationsIf you keep up this practice with your puppy when it comes home, you will have a great start to your puppy’s bonded trust in you. direwolfproject.comTranscriptFollow along using the transcript.Show transcript
https://direwolfproject.com/blog/strongbred-breeding/do-you-breed-real-dire-wolves/Remember: If you want to begin the journey toward American Dirus ownership, the first step is to complete the puppy adoption questionnaire so that we can get to know you better.Click the link below for the application:https://direwolfdogs.com/puppy-application/And if you have been approved, placed your deposit, and are ready for a puppy, let us know.You have until June 6th to reply to this email to tell us you wish to go active for the most current Genius Litter.Here is the link to the official Dire Wolf Project waiting list:http://direwolfproject.com/direwolf-dogs/waiting-list/
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The American Kennel Club.
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Hi all, I am experimenting with and seeking help in the way the information is presented when using a mobile device. The site if fully responsive so it will adapt from desktop to tablet to mobile without any input on your part.However, the data flow from top to bottom on a mobile device is different from the desktop. The site has two columns and displays all in the left column first then the right column when on mobile device.I need your input as to which blocks of data to present first.I have been controlling the display but there is probably a better layout - Please reply with your input. So please check on the computer and the mobile and let me know your thoughts. Thank you.
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Guardian of the WildernessIn the heart of the dense forest, where moonlight filtered through ancient pine trees, there existed a bond forged by wilderness itself. Lily, a petite woman with a spirit as fierce as the wolves that roamed the woods, embarked on a solo camping trip. Her only companion was Luna, a majestic Belgian Malinois—a guardian dog with eyes that held secrets of forgotten battles.Luna had been trained for protection, her loyalty unwavering. She sensed danger before it materialized, her instincts attuned to the rhythm of the wild. As Lily pitched her tent near the murmuring creek, Luna circled the perimeter, her ears alert, and her nose catching scents carried by the wind.On t
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Guardian of the Night - A StoryIn the quiet neighborhood of Willowwood, where the moon cast its silver glow upon the cobblestone streets, there lived an elderly man named Mr. Samuelson. His days were spent tending to his garden, sipping tea on the porch, and sharing stories with his loyal companion, a German Shepherd named Max.Max was no ordinary dog. His eyes held ancient wisdom, and his heart beat in rhythm with Mr. Samuelson's. They were inseparable, bound by a bond forged through years of shared laughter and quiet moments. Max had seen the seasons change, watched the leaves fall, and felt the warmth of the hearth on cold winter nights.One fateful evening, as the clock struck midnight, th
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