Monthly Archives: May 2015

Early Neurological Stimulation

Early Neurological Stimulation was supposedly developed in the 1970s in military Bio-Sensor program, which tested effects of various stimuli on puppy development. The purported goal was to find correlation between the ways the puppies are handled and improved performance when those puppies become … Continue reading

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The reasons behind enrichment protocols

Why to use enrichment protocols for rearing puppies? Why  to “interfere” with the puppies at all? Dogs have been a part of human life for millennia, some archeological data suggests for tens of thousands of years. Selective dog breeding for … Continue reading

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Not everything is as planned, in other words one always learns something new

I was all excited to write today about Early Neurological Stimulation, a series of exercises I started with the puppies yesterday but life is writing a different story, a subplot that hijacked my day.  Let me start by introducing to you the … Continue reading

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First days

Newborns Beanie gave birth to 4 robust baby boys! This is all she and I will remember of the night that both of us spent sitting in the whelping box, or rather our love for these precious boys has already eclipsed all … Continue reading

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About

If you told me twenty years ago that I will become a dog breeder I would have called you crazy, and probably got offended. Dogs have always been a part of my life: as beloved companions, partners in various activities, … Continue reading

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