Dayna Dreger is joining us to share some dog tips this week on The Daily Dog Tip, the Dogster blog that serves up a juicy tidbit of canine information every weekday. We’re very happy to have Dayna on board this week to join our team of talented pet experts. We’re looking forward to everything she’s got in store for us for the rest of the week. Two of her tips are up already – you can see her tip on mental exercise here and her dry nose tip here.
More about Dayna: Dayna Dreger BSA, M.Sc. is a research technician in canine molecular genetics by day. The rest of her time is devoted to dog training and competition. She is a trainer with Hub City Kennel and Obedience Club, where she focuses on training Rally-O, and River Runners Canine Association, a NAFA flyball team. She is also an assistant evaluator with the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program.
She trains and competes her own dogs (two Dogster Shelties, Gio and Romeo) in CKC and CARO Rally-O, CKC obedience, AAC agility, NAFA flyball, tracking, herding, and therapy dog work.
Dayna is the author of a popular dog blog, Life is Better With Sheltie Hair, where she provides entertaining stories of her adventures in dog sports as well as informational articles on canine epilepsy, positive training, raw feeding, and dog-specific issues.
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