If you know you have an alpha dominant, or a fear aggressive, dog, it’s
your responsibility to keep an eye on it, looking for queues that might set
it off. Humping isn’t cute, it’s a show of dominance and leads to fights.
Being an active participant in your dog’s experience while at the run
prevents most altercations. If this means putting your phone down while
there, then that’s what you have to do. Knowing your dog’s strengths and
weaknesses is important, which is why I’m on Matilda like white on rice.
Also, by paying attention to your dog you’ll know it went to the
Our dog pools are for wading/playing in, please avoid giving dogs a bath in
Soaps have chemicals in them that other dogs could be allergic to, and,
simply you have a sink, bathtub at home where you can do that.
Callie was spooked by the UPS delivery guy and got away from her house this
afternoon, running toward Queens Blvd.
She is wearing a pink leash.
If you see her, please contact Helena @ 347 693 3801
This Saturday, 11am, garden around the dog run.
We will be cleaning up the garden of weeds, planting flowers and a Sweetbay
Magnolia Tree. The tree was donated by Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer and the
New York Restoration Project.
No experience necessary:)
Hope to see you there!
The ASPCA mobile adoption van will be back in Sunnyside this coming Saturday, April 25.
Thanks to Carl S. for the heads up.
A very sweet dog needs a home.