I found a dog training book: Paul Loeb’s Complete Book of Dog Training, by (perhaps unsurprisingly) Paul Loeb. Copyright 1974. The training advice is based around dominance theory, not really surprising, given the era. Tierce: I don’t buy dominance theory.… Continue Reading →
Me: Tierce is really hungry lately. Mischa: I think it’s the Prednisone he’s on.* Now that it’s fall, we can cut him down to 1 pill a day. Me: That’s a good idea. Maybe then he won’t go on scavenging… Continue Reading →
This post was brought to you in part by the Shiba Prom Haiku Contest, which Tierce won. Tierce: I am never going along with any of your crackpot schemes again! Me: Don’t knock yourself. You’re a very talented poet. Tierce:… Continue Reading →
I’m going to remember this at Christmas, Tierce.
Sony makes device that livetweets for cats Currently, only fixed phrases can be used as comments for Twitter, and there are 11 phrases available. But Sony CSL is planning to increase the number of phrases and add a function to… Continue Reading →
Newcastle Island is a provincial park just opposite Nanaimo’s Maffeo-Sutton Park, downtown. This is Tierce and me on the way back. Take a look at our adventure!
Pet allergies bloom with spring It’s spring and Cody, a 6-year-old Shiba Inu, incessantly licks his hind paws. “He eats his paws raw,” said owner Mary Dolce, a Lombard resident. “It’s definitely seasonal,” she said. “There is just something outside… Continue Reading →
Three years ago, Tierce was born! He’s a lot bigger now. Happy Birthday, Tierce!
Tierce is in the dog park, Shassi is out.
Despite regular exposure to children, Tierce is still nervous around the smaller ones. He’s okay around kids that are 10 or so and the children he was regularly exposed to over the years, but he is nervous around smaller, running,… Continue Reading →