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October 26, 2018


Every year several clients tell me that they are concerned about how their dog will react on Halloween night.  It can be a challenging time for some dogs. Along with doorbell ringing consistently when you open the door there are a number of children screaming “trick o...

October 9, 2018

Puppy Feeding
People aren't always sure how and when to feed their puppy. Below is a general rule of thumb:

  • 0-6 months feed 3 times a day

  • 6 months on feed twice a day

When feeding your puppy it’s very important that they have enough nutrients to power through...

August 27, 2018

The summer months can be dangerous for pets and in Colorado the sun is even stronger because of the high altitude.  Dogs will keep walking with their owners during hot summers so it is important for you to identify the signs of over heating in your four legged friend.

W...

March 30, 2018

-The proper way to teach children how to meet and greet your pet

"One of my clients called me last month looking for assistance with her kindergarten students.  She wanted to teach her classroom the proper way to meet and greet a dog. I was so excited to teach a child t...

October 30, 2017

Dog day cares are supervised controlled environments with professionals equipped to handle dog situations, this is the main reason I recommend dog day cares over dog parks.  See the list below.

1.) Prescreening for all dogs


At dog parks you are not familiar with the o...

September 3, 2017

Welcome back!

Today we are going to discuss my favorite lesson, the game of fetch. I have been training dogs for 7 years now and I never get tired of teaching fetch. It is as enjoyable for me as it is for them. The process is not that complicated but these few guidelin...

September 3, 2017

Hello and welcome back, in our last blog post we discussed how dog psychology varies greatly to human psychology, and how using human psychology to relate to your dog is not only ineffective, but detrimental to the happy life structure of your furry friend.

When a child...

September 3, 2017

One of the most common questions we get from our clients is “Does my dog understand me?”

You see, while dogs do have feelings and emotions such as “happy, sad, nervous, excited”, they do not carry emotions such as “guilt, shame, anger”. These complex ranges of emotion a...

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October 9, 2018