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Use YP's sizzling summer checklist to pack in as many backyard barbecues, family trips, and memorable outings as you can before the kids head back to school.
We've had two training sessions with Ryan their in house trainer and we've already seen so many positive results in our dog Max. Our first session with Ryan we saw many of the mistakes that we made which Ryan helped correct. We didn't realize what we were doing was undermining getting Max do basic commands which he barely knew. After the first session we found that our dog was more affectionate with us (we thought he was just not an affectionate dog) and he began listen to us more and has more curiosity to meet other dogs at the dog run (as opposed to hiding behind us or just standing there). After our second session, which is when we focused on leash training we were surprised to see that Max would actually heal and not pull us frantically down the street and that it was so easy to implement and learn. Ryan is truly a great trainer who understands what dogs respond to. He has taught us the parenting philosophy behind what he does and why it works. In the past we've watched a lot of videos on youtube but there really is no substitute for having a trainer like Ryan explain the why and the how in person. We are really happy with just these two training sessions so far and can't wait for Max' next session.
Finally, a reasonably healthy fast food burger restaurant on the UWS! Until a couple years ago, we only had McDonald's. When you walk into Shake Shack, you feel better because you're aware of their eco-friendly marketing campaign. The burgers are 100% All Natural Angus Beef. No Hormones and no antibiotics, ever. The burgers are served on tasty brioche buns and while they're significantly smaller than other restaurant burgers, that's ok. You don't feel too full when you're finished eating. The menu us quite basic: Hamburger, Cheeseburger, Mushroomburger and the Shack Burger. You can also throw in a Flat Top Dog and an order of fries (which aren't the pencil-thin fast food fries) but rather crinkle fries. If you're feeling especially adventurous, there is an overwelming selection of shakes and concretes (i was never able to understand the different). But, beware of very long lines. At lunchtime, the lines are wrapped around a city block. While they do move quickly (and you'll get your fancy vibrating buzzer so you can wait outside), if you're hungry, you will have to wait. And, chances are, you won't get a seat.
I bought a Mini Schnauzer more than 35 years ago who i thought was the best and sweetest-She lived to 17 and a half years and had six liters-An amazing animal which i got from American Kennels-Had another in between which i did not purchase thru American kennels and it was always sickly-Then 13 years ago i purchased a Wheaton Terrier from them whose grandmother was a champion, just as i thought no dog could ever surpass my Schnauzer i have this Wheaton that is the perfect dog in every way,sweet, intelligent ,easy to train well mannered,loving to every member of my family and the bonus is that she is also beautiful-Cant go any place without getting compliments even though she is approaching her 13th birthday in a few months-She is in great shape-I only wish she could live as long as we will-When her time comes it will be like loosing a daughter-Obviously both these dogs had fine breeding .