In the early morning hours of July 4, 2016, an 11-year-old girl was dancing with her dog in the woods near her home in B.C. The girl’s mother had gone out to check on her daughter, and saw her with a man who seemed intoxicated.
She called police, who arrested the boy on charges of assault and mischief, and sent him to the Royal Columbian Hospital for observation.
He was treated for injuries and released.
Two days later, the B.S.S., a dog-training company in Victoria, began posting videos of its training sessions online.
In each video, the dog is shown wearing a mask and wearing headphones, and in each one, the animal is being asked to dance.
In one of the videos, a dog is trained to dance in a room filled with people.
In another, it is shown standing in a classroom.
And in another, the animals are dancing on the floor.
“It is kind of the art form of being with a dog and being able to dance, or not,” says John Grosch, founder and chief executive officer of the B-S.s.
The company has received more than 2,200 dog-walking permits since it began in 2008.
He says the video-sharing program is a way for people to meet the animals and teach them how to do their tricks.
“We don’t want to take away from the ability of people to learn dog walking, we just want people to understand that the ability to learn can be a valuable asset,” he says.
“People want to do something that they love and that they want to be proud of.
That’s why we want to show them this process of what it takes to get up and walk around with a pooch.”
Dogs can only do so much.
“They can’t do a lot of the things that a human can do,” Grosen says.
Dogs need a certain amount of stimulation to make them learn to move and walk, and they need to learn how to stay in the right position when they walk.
They need to be taught how to move their ears and nose.
And they need a specific amount of exercise.
Grosens says the videos have had a dramatic effect on dog owners.
He has heard from people who have been asked to let their dogs out for training sessions after their dogs had been walking for weeks without their dogs.
“Some people who were training their dogs, they were getting these amazing training sessions with their dogs,” he explains.
“And then one day they go out and they go to a party and it’s empty.
So they go and get a new dog.
It’s been hard work For years, the dogs training company has been selling a program called Puppy’s Dog Walk to dog owners in Victoria. “
Then you get these stories of people saying they were on the phone with their dog and the dog had gone missing and they were trying to get their dog back.”
It’s been hard work For years, the dogs training company has been selling a program called Puppy’s Dog Walk to dog owners in Victoria.
The program offers dog owners the opportunity to learn to walk their dogs with other dogs, learn tricks, and have their dog learn new tricks.
But in 2016, a number of changes came to the program, including a move from a four-year contract to a one-year, no-cost, no fees contract.
The new contract allowed Puppy to start training dogs at an early age, instead of the two to three years they were previously required to take.
“So it’s now just one year, and that’s a little bit easier to get a puppy out there and to have a little longer period of time,” says Grosenberg.
But because Puppy had to train dogs on a shorter-term contract, the training time for dogs under one year of age was increased from three to four years.
Grazen says it took the dogs four years to get through their initial training period, and then four years for them to pass the Puppy training program, with the first training session being completed by their first birthday.
Ginesh’s dog, Charlie, was the first puppy in the Puppys program to get one of his own.
“When Charlie came in, he was in his puppy form,” says Michael Ginesham, the owner of the family’s three dogs.
Gilsh says it’s been an amazing experience.
“Charlie’s a great little guy, he’s so sweet,” he adds.
“But he’s not a dog that you can hold in your arms.”
The Puppys training program is now part of the Victoria Dog Club’s program of dog walking in Victoria which has been around since 2009.
Griesen says the company has made it a priority to keep the program up and running, and the new Puppy contract is a step in the direction.
“I don’t think anyone is getting any more puppy-sized dogs now, because people don’t have the opportunity now to get them,”