Acid Urine 31 March 2016
by Karen Laubach
Dead grass circles on lawns that result from dog urine can be prevented in several ways; either by additives to the dog food or to the lawn.
Cleaning Up Canine Messes 31 March 2016
by Mara Bovsun
Cleaning Up Canine Messes. Experts offer solutions for some common household disasters.
Come Fly With Me 31 March 2016
by Randy A. Hayes
The following information on how to best fly with or ship your Kerry Blue Terrier is summarized from the KBL newslist of August 4, 5 and 6, 2002. It is based on the advice of both veteran and novice shippers/receivers.
Composting Dog Waste 31 March 2016
by Katherine Long
Dog waste contains bacteria and pathogens, including parasitic worms, that can be harmful to humans. Like other animal manures, dog waste is high in nitrogen, so it significantly affects the carbon to nitrogen ratio, which significantly affects the decomposition process.
Dog waste can be successfully composted with these special precautions:
Do Kerries Overheat? 31 March 2016
by Craig Bohren, email@example.com
Do Kerries Overheat?
Dog Walking 31 March 2016
by Judith Bruno
If you are new to dog walking, the good news is the more often you walk, the more it becomes a routine - which means the dogs better understand what is expected and acceptable the more enjoyable it is for all.
I've seen just about everything in my hours on the road, and here are a few things that I have learned walking my Kerries, which might help you.
How to Choose a Crate for Your Kerry Blue Terrier 30 July 2017
by Alexandra Seagal
If you’re not sure what size or style of crate to get for your Kerry Blue Terrier, or any other dog, this is the article for you. I will take you step by step through choosing the right crate for your Kerry Blue, from measuring your dog to looking at different crate designs.
Is "Safe Dog Toy" an Oxymoron? 31 March 2016
by Randy Hayes
Dog toys potential dangers
Keeping the Outside Out Good grooming can keep your house clean, too 31 March 2016
by Eve Adamson
Keeping the Outside Out
Good grooming can keep your house clean, too
Kerries in the Dark: Be safe, Be Seen 10 January 2019
by Sharn Arkoff - Editor KBTF Newsletter
This time of year, it’s possible that an early morning or an after-dinner walk with your kerry might be taking place in the dark. One solution that has saved many a dog owner some prematurely grey hairs? A lighted collar.
Music for and by Dogs 05 November 2017
by Linda deLeon
.In 2010, 66 percent of us said our KBTs did not enjoy listening to music (31 percent said they did). With expanded choices in March 2011, 14 percent said no, 26 percent said yes, and 59 percent said of us said our Kerries were indifferent to it. To learn more, let’s look at what we know about dogs’ response to human music, and about dogs’ “singing” (or howling).
New Year’s Resolutions for Kerry Owners 2019 31 January 2019
by Sharon Arkoff, Editor - KBTF Newsletter
Like our kerries, we’re not always sure we want to be told what to do. But, if we did want to be told what to do, here are some ideas from the people who are thinking that we ought to be listening…..
Picture Perfect A working guide to taking great pictures of your dog 31 March 2016
by Kerrin Winter Churchill
A working guide to taking great pictures of your dog
a budding dog photographer will benefit from planning. Taking the time to prepare for a picture will lower your frustration and heighten your level of success.
Playtime Activities to do When the Weather Outside is Frightful 10 January 2019
by Sharon Arkoff - Editor KBTF Newsletter
There is no shortage of dog sports that can be practiced outside year-round, even in cold, dark, or wet conditions! But, as a human, you may not want to partake. For all the fair-weather kerry owners out there, here are some ideas for keeping your pups thinking and staying occupied even if it’s not a day for the great outdoors.