Getting To Know You – Appenzeller Mountain Dog

The Appenzeller Sennenhund, also known as the Appenzeller Mountain Dog is the rarest of the four Swiss Mountain Dogs. It is a muscular, agile, medium-to-large breed, measuring 19 to 22 inches at the withers and weighing between 48 to 70 pounds. According to the Appenzell Mountain Dog Club of America, this rare breed […]

Chester & Rodney – Movin’ On Out

Oh boy, what an adventure Hudson and I had! You see, a few months ago, I decided it was high time for me to get out of dodge, or at least time for me to move out of the family home. I’d been feeling somewhat stifled since the twerp arrived, and getting a bachelor pad […]

Show Me the Love! Social Butterfly

In 1961, Daniel Freedman, Orville Elliott, and Josh King published a study on Puppies in Science magazine. They took five litters of Cocker Spaniels and three litters of Beagles and conducted an isolation experiment. All of the litters and their mothers were kept in a fenced in, one-acre field without any human contact whatsoever. They […]

Ready, Set, Let’s Go! Anyone There?

If you’re still undecided on the perfect sport to take up with Bailey, training her to become a Search and Rescue (SAR) dog might be your cup of tea. SAR dogs have been used for over 300 years. They are highly specialized dogs, that have been trained to search in all sorts of environments. There […]

Getting To Know You – Australian Cattle Dog

Standing at 17” to 20” at the withers and weighing between 33 to 49 pounds, the Australian Cattle Dog is a medium sized dog. This sturdy, compact, muscular dog has a smooth, double coat, with a dense undercoat.According to the American Kennel Club breed standard, the coat should be blue, blue-mottled, blue speckled, red mottled […]

Chester & Rodney – Sorry No Likey

I haven’t been into the city in a while and was thinking about taking the ferry in. I love the city. I remember every trip I take into the big apple. I even remember one Friday years ago. This wasn’t one of my notorious PB&J adventures, no sir. This time I went in with Mom, […]

Show Me the Love! Trick and Treat Dog

Last year, the American Kennel Club launched its Trick Dog program. This exciting program encourages people to train their dogs to do a variety of tricks. Yes, your dog can now get titles for sitting, fetching and even for driving you to the grocery store to buy milk. There are five Trick Dog Titles to strive […]

DOGust 1st – Universal Birthday Party for All Shelter Dogs & Rescues

At Three Dog Bakery, we feel that every day with our dogs is a celebration! Of course, there are days that you might want to do something extra special for your furry BFF, like their birthday.But, what if you don’t know their actual birthday? No worries! North Shore Animal League declared August 1 to be […]

Ready, Set, Let’s Go – Watch the Birdie

Are you looking for a fun and challenging, yet non-competitive, sport for you and your dog? Is your dog an American Water Spaniel, Barbet, Boykin Spaniel, Chesapeake Retriever, Curly-Coated Retriever, Drentsche Patrijshond, Flat-Coated Retriever, German Shorthaired Pointer, German Wirehaired Pointer, Golden Retriever, Irish Water Spaniel, Labrador Retriever, Miniature Poodle, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, […]

Getting To Know You – American Water Spaniel

The American Water Spaniel was conceived as an all-in-one, versatile breed. As its name implies, it was developed in the United States, most likely as a cross of multiple purebred dogs. Some breeds suggested to have been used in the making of the AWS are the Irish Water Spaniel, the Curly Coated Retriever […]

Chester & Rodney – Movie Night

This week I discovered feature films. I had no idea theaters existed. I mean, I’ve watched television many times and home videos, too. Chester loves going to the movies, and I thought it was high time I went, too. After begging him to take me, he finally gave in. The feature film we […]

Getting To Know You – American Leopard Hound

The American Leopard Hound was first recognized by the American Kennel Club on September 19, 2012, when it was accepted into the club’s Foundation Stock Service. Once it achieves full recognition, it will eventually be in the AKC’s Hound Group. Contrary to what you might be inclined to think, this breed was not […]