Aug 282011
The Use of Fear Flooding in Dogs and Dog Training

We face fear flooding all the time in normal life as people.  Every time we do something new.  Maybe it is the first time you take your new puppy to puppy class, or maybe that first Dog Agility Trial.  How good you are at handling stress of this nature will certainly impact how easily and quickly you adapt to the circumstances around you.  This is also true of your dog and in fact, if they sense the apprehension in you, it will [More…]

Aug 142011
Getting through Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia: From My Heart for My AIHA/IMHA Friends and for All Dogs!

Today I have made some new friends once again. Great dog lovers for sure. Unfortunately, once again these new friends are from our common bond of fighting for the lives of our beloved dogs. It is our love of our dogs that bonds us. Our need to fight and help our dogs and the dogs of others like ours is strong. You cannot know what fighting this disease is like until you have seen it strike the energy and life from your [More…]

Aug 102011
Dog Dylan: Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia, The First Battle to Save Her Life - Detection and Diagnosis

Dog Dylan’s story began March 18, 2011.  She was diagnosed with Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia (AIHA)/Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia (IMHA) , on March 19th, 2011; when my quest to save her and her second life as an AIHA survivor began. Life for us all here changed that Friday morning when I noticed that Dylan hesitated to eat her breakfast.  This was an alarm to me for sure, the anxiety I felt was immediate since she had not done so ever that I could recall. [More…]

Aug 092011
Observing Canine Behavior Saves Lives

My Bullseye View comes from detailed and objective observation of behavior and the accurate determination of cause and effect, or rather, stimulus and response. When I see something occur, I believe it occurred for a reason, always. If it was not as expected I wonder and try to determine why. If things repeatedly re-occur that way, then I am sure. Then as I see obvious patterns in behavior, I can do two things. One is to rewind the video of what I [More…]

Aug 082011
Ask My Bullseye View?

Ask My Bullseye View? This is the place to ask questions, and tell your favorite stories! Is your dog well trained? How have you helped them? Is your dog healthy? Is your dog stressed? Is your dog aggressive? Are you battling for their life? Do you suffer from Post Traumatic Stress after battling for your dog’s life? Ask anything, or simply tell me your story. I love to hear great stories of dogs and their caretakers.  I like to help with problems [More…]

Aug 082011
Stress Free: Helping Your Dog See The World In a Better Way

You don’t have to look very far to see what stress can do in a dog.  I walk a mile around my neighborhood and I will face at least three dogs who bark and scream at me and my dogs with amazing intensity.  I often wonder how long it will be before they are in for a hernia. There are a few more who bark incessantly, but are not necessarily blowing a gasket to do so.  Then, in that same mile, there [More…]

Aug 072011
Your Dog's Attention and Focus Hold the Key to the Future

A dog is not looking at the world and thinking about other things. They are not thinking about the agility trial next weekend, or training in the yard later. They are not thinking about the view, or how nice the weather is or how great it is to get out and stretch their legs. They are thinking about what they smell, what they hear and what they see. If they were swimming, they might be thinking about what they feel and what [More…]

Aug 062011
Bullseye View Update:  Video Channel on YouTube

Bullseye View Launches Video Channel on YouTube. Hello once again With a Bullseye View Update. We have launched a brand new video channel featuring all Bullseye View videos in HD where possible.  There will also be video recorded earlier that is not in HD, but I am sure everyone will be okay with that. Bullseye View Channel on YouTube Richard @mybullseyeview

Aug 062011
Dog Dylan:  Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia - The First Battle to Save Her Life (Detailed Draft Version for AIHA/IMHA fighters).

Dog Dylan’s story began March 18, 2011.  She was diagnosed with Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia (AIHA)/Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia (IMHA) , on March 19th, 2011; when my quest to save her and her second life as an AIHA survivor began. This version of the story is my first draft version, written in detail for those currently fighting the disease and maybe those who have fought this disease for the life of their dogs.  It contains drug use and dosage used in Dylan’s treatment [More…]

Aug 052011
Bullseye View Update: Gravatar Support for Photos!

Hi All, Once again, I have a new feature you can benefit from if you wish. If you already have a “Gravatar” account, your photo will show up with your comments on Bullseye View. Go to Gravatar at Add your email and add a photo and you will appear on this site. Cheers, Richard @mybullseyeview