Enjoying my walks with my dogs

One look at this picture and it should not come as a surprise that I have abysmal upper body strength with wrists like that. CTS to boot. And it should not be hard to imagine what a strong girl Nishi is. So to me, it was clear from day 1 that if I needed to … Continue reading Enjoying my walks with my dogs


How to walk your dog

By Sindhoor Pangal, Bangalore Mirror Bureau | Apr 4, 2016, 08.23 PM IST We all know that our dogs need to be walked. We also know from experience that a dog that's not trained to walk could end up pulling a lot on the leash. This habit can not only get difficult for pet parents to … Continue reading How to walk your dog

Smelly Delights

Bangalore Mirror Bureau | May 4, 2015, 08.35 PM ISTDogs don't act on the world by handling objects or by eyeballing them, as people might, or by pointing and asking others to act on the object (as the timid might); instead, they bravely stride right up to a new, unknown object, stretch their magnificent snouts within millimeters … Continue reading Smelly Delights

Homework time

By Sindhoor Pangal, Bangalore Mirror Bureau | Aug 4, 2014, 10.48 PM ISTIn my centre, after each class, I give homework to pet parents to practice till our next session. Sessions are usually a week apart and I recommend that pet parents practise their homework at least twice a day. However, in our own lives, we do training … Continue reading Homework time