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Could a KBT Home-based Business be in your Future?

 Sharon Arkoff Do you feel happiest when you’re caring for that hairy-faced, pointy-toothed, wet-nosed companion? Is talking about dogs more fun than your day job? Maybe you have thought of creating a side business that lets you spend more time with your dog and with …

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Cheers for Vet Techs!

October Is National Vet Techs Month! Here’s what the American Veterinary Medicine Association, the major US organization of professionals in the field, has to say about the wonderful peoplewe call “vet techs”: Veterinary technicians are critical to the day-to-day function of veterinary practices and play …

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Kerry Blue Terrier Clubs

To join a club, send your inquiry to the Secretary or Membership Chairman of the club. Canada Kerry Blue Terrier Club of Canada President: France Godbout 819-843-5780 [email protected] V P: Barb Thompson 506-763-2681 [email protected] Treasurer: Linda Lee 204-389-4489 [email protected] Secretary: Louise Lang 416-484-0008 [email protected] Kerry Blue Notes, Louise Lang, Editor and Publisher P. O. …

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Does It Matter Where Your Kerry Was Bred?

“We found that across all behavior categories, including trainability, dogs from less responsible breeders had significantly less favorable behavior and temperament scores than puppies from responsible breeders.” These words from Catherine Douglas, a researcher at Britain’s Newcastle University, will come as no surprise to most …

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Book Review: Animal Madness by Laurel Braitman

For every book or article on dogs’ physical well-being, there are only a few that address mental health. Perhaps that’s because dogs seem to have, well, a few adorable quirks, but they’re generally so sane — happy and energetic, cooperative, resilient. They live in the …

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