Diesel – Blue Nose Pit Bull – Oklahoma Dog Training



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Diesel is a Blue Nose Pit Bull who went through our board and train program here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. His owners live in Mooreland, Oklahoma so we met them in Oklahoma City to pick him up. Diesel has tons of energy and is a rowdy little guy, specifically jumping, biting and pulling on the leash badly. Now he is sitting, downing and walking great on a leash and has very good manners. We are taking Diesel back to his owners very soon. If you’re interested in obedience training for your dog to be like this pit bull, call us at 918-991-8634 today! More Oklahoma Dog Training, Oklahoma City Dog Training, Blue Nose Pit Bull Training, Oklahoma Dog Trainers

Nose to Tail Check-up at Pacific Veterinary Hospital in Portland, OR



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Here’s what to expect during a “Nose to Tail” exam at Pacific Veterinary Hospital in Portland, OR. featuring Dr. Bukowski and Scooter! New clients receive a free nose to tail exam on their first visit to Pacific Veterinary Hospital in Portland, OR. (503) 246-3373

Dog Training: Advanced Nose Targeting



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I’ve talked a lot about the benefits of teaching your dog to target your hand.

After your dog has a solid hand target (nose touch to your hand), you’re ready to take this skill to the next level where it can be really useful!

Here are some advanced uses for targeting. Here it is — the fun stuff!

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Big Nose Goes Bowling! | 52 Min | Pink Panther and Pals



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The Queen appears to hold her nose after Shetland pony has a little accident at Balmoral Castle



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Queen Elizabeth has officially moved into Balmoral castle in Scotland in what marks the start of her annual summer break.
And upon her arrival she received a less than friendly welcome from an old friend the Shetland Pony Mascot Cruachan IV.
As the 92-year-old monarch made her way into the Castle after inspecting the guard of honour the cheeky pony relieved itself in front of her with the Queen appearing to hold her nose as she walked away.

The Queen appears to hold her nose after Shetland pony has a little accident



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And what do you poo? The Queen appears to hold her nose after Shetland pony has a little accident when she arrives at Balmoral for her summer break.
The 92-year-old monarch looked typically elegant in a sky blue ensemble as she arrived at the gates of Balmoral, Scotland, where she inspects the guard of honour before entering the Castle at the start of her annual holiday. And upon her arrival she received a less than friendly welcome from an old friend the Shetland Pony Mascot Cruachan IV. As the 92-year-old monarch made her way into the Castle after inspecting the guard of honour the cheeky pony relieved itself in front of her with the Queen appearing to hold her nose as she walked away.

How do dogs “see” with their noses? – Alexandra Horowitz



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You may have heard the expression that dogs ‘see with their noses.’ But these creature’s amazing nasal architecture actually reveals a whole world beyond what we can see. Alexandra Horowitz illustrates how the dog’s nose can smell the past, the future and even things that can’t be seen at all.

Lesson by Alexandra Horowitz, animation by Província Studio.

The Science of Cats



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