TAILS FROM AROUND TOWN

It’s a dog’s world, and we’re just living in it. Get the scoop on the latest hound happenings, pick up some training tips, and read remarkable stories from pups and the people that love them.

SARS COVID-19 Response

March 22nd, 2020          To our valued customers: As a valued member of the Three Dog Bakery Pack, we appreciate the trust you place in us and our people to provide you with the freshest, safest, and highest quality dog treats. In…

Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Update from Three Dog Bakery

On behalf of the Three Dog Bakery Team, our thoughts and prayers go out to those impacted by COVID-19. The safety and health of all our employees, franchisees, customers, four-legged family members, and community form the foundation of our core values. We are very thankful…

DIY – Snuffle Mat

With winter in full swing, sometimes the weather is not cooperative for outdoor activities for our best furry friend (BFF). So, it’s time to put on the thinking cap and figure out some fun ways to keep the dogs occupied mentally and physically. Snuffle mats,…

Getting To Know You – Bloodhound

Weighing between 80 and 110 pounds, the Bloodhound is a large dog.  Males stand between 25 to 27 inches tall at the withers, while females stand 23 to 25 inches tall.  They are strong, heavy-boned, powerful dogs with loose skin. This impressive breed, which is…

Ready. Set. Let’s Go! Long Live Dogs

We all know that owning a dog has multiple health benefits, but two new studies suggest that dog ownership can actually help you live longer after a heart attack or stroke.  The studies mentioned above published in the journal “Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes.”  People…

Getting To Know You – Black Russian Terrier

The Black Russian Terrier Club of America describes the breed as “a calm, confident, and courageous dog with a self-assurance which sometimes is rather aloof towards strangers.  They are highly intelligent and extremely reliable.  They were bred to guard and protect. BRTs require human contact and are not…

Show Me The Love – Smarty Pants

Do you ever get home after one of those days, hoping to just relax, find a kind ear and vent?  If you said yes, you’re not alone, we all have those days.  And, if you have a dog, you might be tempted to vent about…

Getting To Know You – Black and Tan Coonhound

According to the Animal Planet website, “the Black and Tan Coonhound was the original First Dog – George Washington had several of these puppies.  Early American colonial settlers valued the Black and Tan Coonhound’s ability to track a “cold” scent or the trail of a…

Ready. Set. Let’s Go! What’s Up – Part 2

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the importance of giving your dog feedback while training him. I had a lot to say, so I thought making it a two-part blog would allow it to sink in better.  I was talking about the importance…

Getting To Know You – Biewer Terrier

First things first, pronunciation. “Biewer” is pronounced as a cross between Justin Bieber’s last name and (more closely) a beaver.  The answer to your next question is no, these elegant, little dogs cannot sing.  The answer to your follow-up question is no, they cannot cut down…

Ready. Set. Let’s Go! What’s Up?

Now that I have a new puppy, I am brushing up on important training tips.  Perhaps one of the most important ones is that, when training, you must always give feedback. Consider your own life experiences when you were learning a new skill, such as…

Getting To Know You – Bichon Frise

When I started researching Bichon Frises in order to write about them, I was impressed by the description on the American Kennel Club website:   “This is a breed that has no gross or incapacitating exaggerations and therefore, there is no inherent reason for lack of…