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  1. So, I want to know what you feed your Border Collie? My BC is 7 months old, and I want to switch to a healthier diet. I've heard of Orijen, EVO, Halo, The Honest Kitchen, Solid Gold, ect. and making a homemade diet. I really like Orijen and EVO, but I've heard they are very high in protein and it's not good for the kidneys? Does anybody have a reccomendation? Thank you!
  2. Wow! Thanks for all the great advice, everyone!
  3. So I've recently been doing much research on dog diets...and I've come to the conclusion that I need to switch to a new food. I have a few questions, though. Does anyone feed Honest Kitchen food? If so, which kind? Do you add anything to it (besides the meat for Preference)? Any other tips on this food? Or, has anyone been feeding Halo to their pets? Another thing. My Border, Motley, is 7 months old. I'm always training her something new, and she's highly motivated by food. So, she gets many different treats (though I try to throw in some tug games as a reinforcer, too). But
  4. This is a very common problem, but very easy to fix. Here are some fun, positive ways to teach a young puppy to keep a loose leash... Method 1: Have your pup sitting or standing at your side. Then, let him know to begin walking by saying "Let's go!" and begin walking. Praise your puppy for staying at your side. If she does bolt ahead, freeze. Act like a stick in the mud. Once she's in a calm state again, call her back to your side and start walking again. Keep repeating this until she finally understands that by staying at your side, she will be able to move foward. Method 2: S
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