Category: Dog Bark Park Blog

Fun exposure in Kids Magazine

Several families of children who read National Geographic Kids Magazine will be visiting this summer.  We’re always delighted when the story of Idaho’s big dog makes press that encourages youth to read.  This is just

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Dog Breeds 101- the Norwich Terrier

We’re back with another installment in our dog breed series.  The Norwich Terrier is our pick for this post. Both terriers were used for centuries in England as general farm and hunting dogs.  They became

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Spring activities at Dog Bark Park

Spring in Idaho involves all kinds of weather.  April at Dog Bark Park  has seen snow, been warm as summer, rained plenty, & also was just plain lovely with pleasant sunny days.  These red/orange tulips are especially shocking on recent

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All about German Shepherds

Here’s our first guest post to our Dog Bark Park blogs.  It is the next installment in our series about different dog breeds.  Known worldwide as the best police, guard and military dog, the German

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Luck o’the Irish & our Lucky Break 15 years ago

Interesting stories by Entrepreneur on-line magazine of the lucky breaks of ten companies that led them to new heights.  Dog Bark Park’s story was included.  See the article here:  http://www.entrepreneur.com/slideshow/205572.html Interesting stories and nice to remember

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Apple Gourd Birdhouse

Sometimes Dennis & I are asked if we ever get tired of creating our chainsaw-carved dogs.  And our answer is always ” no, we enjoy making them.”  That doesn’t mean carving is our only artistic activity. Among other things, we

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3 more Dog Breeds discussed

Continuing our series that offers tidbits about different dog breeds we feature 3 more in this post.  But first, a note about our sources of information.  Much of what we know about dogs is from

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10 Foods Poisonous to Dogs

Many of us like to share  human foods with our canine family members and the debate circulates about the pitfalls and pleasure of doing so.  Certain foods are toxic to dogs and should not be feed

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More lesser known Dog Breeds

Where we are in rural Idaho the most common dogs include labradors, border collies, cattle dogs, german shepherds, golden retrievers & other hunting or ranch working dogs. Here, we’ll explore three lesser known dogs. Sealyham Terrier The Sealyham

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