Back issues of
Here is a list of the back issues of The Peeing Post. It is organized in reverse date order, newest issues first. Simply click on the date to have the issue pop up in a new browser window. (Please note that the same window is used for the next issue you might click on. This should help you browse through the issues without losing the overview.)
Please note that the issues that are dated are in the first table below that is greenish. The issues that are part of the introduction letters are collected in the bluish table after that.
|2005 SEP 01||
"My Dog..." questions - an overview of the ways you can contact the editor, also with a personal dog problem.
"The Dog's Social Behavior" on DVD - announcement of the revised version to come soon.
"My dog is itchy"... - some reasons for itchiness, including some that most people do not think of, and also including how you work with your vet around such complex issues...
|2005 JUN 19||
Another happy announcement - invitation to join a private series of seminars/workshops in Kelowna, BC on June 24-26.
"Vicious dogs killing old lady" - some serious thoughts about the reasons for such bizarre stories....
|2005 MAY 19||
A happy announcement - results of the contest re: before/after stories about the training results our test audience achieved with "Don't Pull on the Leash!".
"Correcting" the annoying symptoms - professional advice... - why giving the owner what the owners wants may not be the right thing to do if you truly care for the dog....
|2005 MAY 03||
Will you be the judge? - an invitation to win free downloads.
How do you tell the good ones from the bad ones? - continuing the discussion about breeding ethics.
The Dangerous Vitamin A" .
|2005 APR 24||
Finishing the spay/neuter discussion:
Creston Camp Course
Courses and seminars in the Ottawa area.
|2005 MAR 31||
Itinerary for trip to Eastern US and Canada - invitation to host seminars on a JV basis.
Second part of responses from the readers on the spay/neuter article in January.
Some possible reasons and alternatives to castration - additional comments related to whether or not to spay/neuter.
|2005 FEB 19||
First part of responses from the readers on the spay/neuter article in last issue.
Want to try out these principles in real life - with your own dog? - some philosophical thoughts on training - and the purposes it has for the man-dog relationship.
|2005 JAN 29||
Camps for 2005 - introducing the plans for Maryland and Creston, BC this Spring - more info at http://k9joy.com/dogtraining/campcourses.php.
To castrate or not to castrate... - the beginning of a long story about misperceptions and incorrect and false information....
When good dog lovers become bad breeders... - continuing the discussion about breeder problems, and how puppy love can conflict with responsible breeding.
|2005 JAN 03||
The pet market - some interesting numbers from the pet food manufacturers.
Selecting a puppy - choosing a breeder - adding a few more important perspectives of costly traps for puppy buyers.
Training the dog to pull on the leash?! - introducing new e-book about how to avoid and correct this very common mistake most people are not even aware of: "Don't Pull On The Leash!". Also introducing a way to win a free download of any K9joy book.
|2004 DEC 14||
Reasons for this issue being late...
Technicalities - a glitch on the mail server and a warning about spam filters.
Vets in the UK also speaking up about kibble! - The UK Parliament takes stand against veterinarians promoting and supporting kibble manufacturers!
New e-book on wolves, their diet, and domestication - introducing "The Wolf's Natural Diet - a Feeding Guide for Your Dog?"
Christmas present for you - free download of the new wolf book with any purchase in 2004.
One more Christmas gift... - 25% discount on presents to other people, consisting of a download to be delivered Christmas Day or New Year's Day.
|2004 SEP 19||
Thanks for the help!
"My dog..." questions - introducing a spam free way of contacting me
Private phone consultations - a better and less expensive way of getting advice on dog problems
Salmonella and danger - pulling the scaremonger myth apart...
|2004 SEP 09||
A quest for help - recovering information about raw food suppliers
October Camp Course! - announcing camp in Creston, BC October 02-09 and possibly in Flintstone, Maryland October 23-30; (more info).
Dangerous Heartworm medication recalled - some risk management considerations about the danger of heartworm, compared to the danger of the preventive medication....
Introducing Finn Jensen Smed, the famous Danish holistic veterinarian - opening telephone consultations Internationally; (more info).
|2004 AUG 23||
More on aggression and fighting - multiple dogs in the same household: specific examples and comments to possible solutions from subscribers
|2004 JUL 11||
Note on new address and new phone number in Creston, BC.
If you have trouble receiving The Peeing Post... - what you do when you ISP censors your e-mail so you cannot receive The Peeing Post...
More on aggression and fighting... - input from subscribers and my responses.
Responsibilities in regards to fighting dogs - why it is not always the owner of the fighting dog that is the idiot who is responsible for the fighting...
|2004 MAY 18||
E-mail on our domains - announcing the new service, giving you an e-mail account as you want it - plus possibly a mini-web site at a mini-price.
When dogs fight... - a discussion of what dog fights are.
What you do when dogs fight... - a discussion of your choices.
How you avoid dog fights - or at least minimize the risk of them.
Some alternatives you also might want to consider... such as defending your dog - and how - if you want to take the consequences or doing it or not doing it!
|2004 APR 14||
Shadow hunting - a peculiar behavior that uncovers a serious challenge for the owner....
Pet insurance - is it worth the money? - a discussion on what you should expect of your insurance - and what you should pay!
|2004 APR 02||
Does your ISP censor your e-mail? - what you can do if it does: custom e-mail accounts on my domains?
More on aggression - small dogs worse than big dogs - what you can do to prevent aggression
Collars and harnesses - some comments on safety
|2004 MAR 19||
Camp Courses again! - introducing the first 2004 Camp Course in Oliver, May 01-08.
"Mogens, you killed my dog!" - feedback on "BrainWork for Smart Dogs" from a neighbor.
Aggression and mistrust - comments to an episode about growling over food, and attacking the owner...
|2004 FEB 23||
Training treats - they are powerful and sometimes harmful...
Good treats and bad treats - what kinds of treats you should make
Use and misuse of treats - avoiding letting the dog take control...
A very common mistake when using treats for training - when bribing destroys your training results...
|2004 FEB 16||
Final results - title suggestions for "BrainWork" - announcing the winners of the contest - and the discount link for Peeing Post subscribers.
What do you do when your vet is a jerk? You use LAW to fight back... with a PPL membership, it is affordable!
How you prevent those conflicts... - staying in charge when dealing with experts.
|2004 JAN 14||
Groceries or greeting? - comments about not letting the dog dominate through greeting.
Is it evil or what? - thoughts about aggression and its noble purpose....
Please share my joy! - introducing K9joy's new Affiliate Program
|2004 JAN 02||
Pet Door Project - extending the special offer till January 6th, 2004
Using dog training principles on humans... - some simple considerations to improve relationships......
Free teleconference on food and feeding - announcing the last free food teleseminar....
|2003 DEC 22||
Good and bad news - most good...
Searching for treats indoors - part II - making the dog work its nose off......
The Doggy Door invention - an opportunity to join a possibly very lucrative venture....
|2003 NOV 12||
Searching for treats indoors - part I - getting started on simple nosework ANYBODY can do - and should be doing....
Food protection - and the "Grab-Release" game - one of the most important leadership exercises that also has some very critical aspects as first-aid tool....
|2003 OCT 18||
Vaccination protocols - new policies under way from the vet schools in the US.
Crate training - cruelty? - Why crating a dog is not cruel - but failing to train it to be in a crate can turn out to become a very cruel omission in its education....
|2003 SEP 22||
"Rescue" dogs.... - responses to the last issue's article on Imprinting.
Heartworm and risk management - what you can do to determine the true risk in your area, even if your vet does not co-operate but tries to simply scare you into using the dangerous preventive medicine.
|2003 SEP 02||
Forest fires - cancellation of September camp course.
Raw food suppliers - request for contributions to new web page.
Returning to Imprinting - an illustrative and moving letter from a subscriber.
The "rescue" concept - is it for you? - some thoughts about making the right choice when you choose where to get you next dog from...
|2003 JUL 22||
Title feedback - selecting the winner
More testing... - free gift for feedback on new book about food and feeding
|2003 JUL 12||
Domain name problems - changing caninesuperior.com to k9joy.com
Summer camps - no more room in July camp - next camp is September 13-20
"Brainwork for Smart Dogs" - making progress with the publishing, announcing final title test.
New expanded version of "Canine Choice - by Nature" - introducing the new book and another title test.
A letter to the editor... - reprint of letter from former subscriber and comments regarding vaccination and breeder selection.
|2003 MAY 19||
Thank you for the many letters about Bettemuir
Finding good breeders - making sure your breeder knows what is really important...
Imprinting - why this is more important than anything else you can test a puppy for...
How you test the breeder's Imprinting - a simple practical test everybody can do.
Other things to check about the breeder - things you can check by phone.
Why correct feeding is important - how to check the breeder's feeding.
Then there is the question about vaccination... - why vaccination is not necessarily "the responsible choice"...
|2003 APR 19||
Saying Good-bye to Bettemuir (1985-2003) - training an old dog....
Making the decision - When to draw the line for how much pain is too much....
The last day - making a happy ending also to something that isn't really a happy event...
The aftermath - what you need to be prepared for so the grief does not crush you.
The lesson that must be learned - letting the dogs show us that tomorrow is more important than yesterday.
|2003 MAR 17||
Summer camps - introducing the planned camps for 2003.
Fire on "Feeding"! - avoiding conditioning.
Mental stimulation - brain work - request for help with title for new book.
How to Choose a Puppy, part 4: Your selection of breed - how you rate what it important, so you can make a decision that can work for you.
|2003 FEB 06||
What pet food manufacturers want you to believe... - comments to "The Dangers of Raw Meet", an article posted by Purina.
Selecting the Puppy that is right for you (Part 3: Your breed candidates) - about your family and social life and the research you should do.
Fighting dogs - some comments about breeds that have been bred for dog fights - and how you deal with that liability.
|2003 JAN 25||
Domestication of our canines - some thoughts on trainability - which dogs are easier to train and which are more difficult.
Allergies and skin infections - extracts of a scary real-life story about paying professionals for useless advice that makes no sense.
Selecting the right puppy (Part 2: Your leadership)... - about understanding yourself and finding out how to identify the right match...
|2002 NOV 28||
Introducing my KEEN service - immediate advice on the phone about dog problems.
Rabies Vaccination and Travel - why and when you need a vaccination certificate - and some new rules for traveling to countries that previously did not allow dog in without a cruel quarantine.
Mental Activation - a follow-up on the Chinese Treatbox and announcement of a contest for the best contribution to my planned e-book about mental activation.
Selecting your Puppy I - first part of a planned series about how you should go about finding the right puppy for you.
|2002 SEP 23||
Reminder for last Summer Camp October 5-12
Mental Activation - the importance of giving the dog enough meaningful activity for its brain.
Nuisance barking... why you get it and what you do about it.
Finding treats in the yard - a simple training method that save your sanity.
Reminder of discount on "Canine Choice - by Nature".
|2002 SEP 08||
Announcing additional Summer Camp September 21-28
Anal glands are not always delicate...
Another less than delicate issue... (infection in the male penis)
The immune system and raw food (Some important reasons for a natural diet being a MUST for your dog's immune system)
New e-book with specific guidelines for feeding a raw diet: "Canine Choice - by Nature" (link to download at discount)
|2002 AUG 15||
Announcing additional Summer Camp August 24-31
The Chinese Treat Box (with link to special web page featuring Bettemuir demonstrating this mental activation exercise)
|2002 AUG 06||
Taking your puppy for a walk (with link to special web page about carrying your dog in emergencies)
Bettemuir in Clearwater River... - a true horror story about survival.
Lessons to learn... - why training is important and how you go about respecting Nature.
Chasing wildlife... - a very bad idea, especially for a dog that loves to live....
Leashes and collars - introducing the NEBKIN store
Summer camps - again in September also
|2002 JUL 18||
Looking for the perfect partner (joke)
Adding an end to the CRATE exercise
|2002 JUL 14||
Separation anxiety - the problem. The reason for separation anxiety is very different than what most people think! And it is not flattering to the owner...
Separation anxiety - first part of the imminent solution: The CRATE exercise.
|2002 JUN 16||
Introducing Summer Camps - links to site with all the details.
When and how to make and end - response to a question about when to put a sick down down.
Feeding in the Summer - why you don't need to worry about the dog volunteering fast days!
|2002 JUN 03||
Shaving a long-haired dog in the summer - and why you should not do that...
Ticks - what you do when your dog gets them.
Introducing the newsletter.
Welcome - introducing the editor and his perception of dogs.
Introducing You to Your Dog... - understanding your dog's heritage and genetic background.
Some Important Facts about Dogs... - understanding some important differences between dogs and humans.
Communication - speaking Dog Language to your dog.
Social Interaction - how to spend time with your dog - and how to let it spend its time with others.
Making Your Domesticated Wolf Work for You - what dog training should be all about, in order to make sense for the dog...
Introducing "BrainWork for Smart Dogs"
Feeding Your Domesticated Wolf - why you cannot use human "monkey standards" for your carnivore companion.
The Greeting Ritual - how to say hi in Dog Language without being rude....
If You Got a Problem... - avoiding boredom as a reason for problem behavior.
Banning - how to establish taboos for the dog.
Introducing phone consultations on dog problems
Responsible Dog Ownership - liability and legal issues: Pre-Paid Legal membership.
General Health Care for Your Dog - why vaccination is not something you just do because your vet tells you to....
More Health Care - and Risk Management - how to assess your risks through simple math.
Introducing the holistic veterinarian Finn Jensen Smed.
Training Your Dog - getting the principles straight.
How to arrange training at your location.
More Dog Training... - getting started on a Recall that will work.
Some Common Training Challenges... - making it simple for the dog to understand what you want - and avoiding training something you don't want the dog to learn.
Pulling on the Leash... - how you train the dog to do this without knowing it - and how you avoid it.
Trick or Treat - seizing the training opportunities you constantly get.
Pack Leadership Elections - what your dog is looking for when it casts it vote....
Helping other Dog Owners - introducing K9joy's affiliate program
Need advice on a dog problems? Arrange a phone consultation with Mogens Eliasen.
Boot camp for dog owners, with training of search and tracking!
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