In the United States, dog breeding in recent decades has been focused almost entirely on one thing – what will sell. We all know a fellow dog owner who chose a new dog or puppy based primarily on its looks, and not on its energy, temperament or suitability for their lifestyle or household environment. In […]
Welcome to the second installment of our ‘Women and Working Dogs’ series, exploring the stories behind our female dog trainers at Highland Canine. Our trainers work with canines for a number of purposes, providing fully trained service dogs, police dogs and conservation detection dogs for individuals and organizations across the United States. In the first […]
It’s a new year, and a new decade. Read our list of New Year’s Resolutions which could benefit you and your dog!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – and many of us have spent the last few weeks frantically searching our favorite stores for the perfect gift for our spouses, relatives, friends…and, of course, our dogs. We’ve decided to round up a selection of some gift ideas for your pup, although these ideas aren’t […]
Over the coming months, we will be publishing a series of articles exploring the stories behind our female dog trainers at Highland Canine. Our trainers provide canines for a multitude of purposes, including service dogs for autistic children, police dogs for detection and apprehension, and most recently, conservation detection dogs to protect and preserve our […]
It’s Thanksgiving and the tables are so filled with food that it’s nearly impossible to find a secure spot for that last place setting. Family is arriving from near and far, cheerful and ready to go in their expandable trousers. Christmas decorations are beginning to appear, festive music is beginning to play and countless Black […]