Rainy Days? No Problem!

April showers bring May flowers. But rainy days also might mean more time indoors for your dogs. This makes April a good time to focus on mental stimulation. My dogs love puzzle toys. You can easily make puzzle toys from empty paper towels or toilet paper tubes. Just put a few pieces of kibble or…

Hiking with Dogs

As spring approaches, our thoughts turn more toward enjoying the out-of-doors with our dogs. Here are a few practical tips that I use.

My Furry Valentine

Many foods can be shared between humans and dogs, but not chocolate. Make sure your furry Valentine celebrates safely.

Bad Weather Entertainment

In these long, cold January days, it’s good to have some indoor activities for the dogs like scent work, snuffle mats, puzzle toys, and toys that can be stuffed with tasty things. It keeps their minds sharp and occupied in a constructive way.


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Photograph of Sheila Mesick and one of her Prestige Lancashire Heeler puppies
About Me

Hi, I’m Sheila. I’ve been involved in purebred dogs for over 50 years. In 2016, I began breeding Lancashire Heelers. My goal is to get this delightful little breed out there in the public eye and hopefully get them into more households in the US. In this blog, I like to share with you information useful to new and experienced owners.

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