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Seven Tips for Problem Dog Behaviors

Dogs are just like people: mostly well-adjusted and a little neurotic… and sometimes equal amounts all at once! Accepting this fundamental conflict is part of being a pet owner. If your dog has their “less than perfect” moments that cause you a smile or a sigh… no worries. All dogs do. However, if your dog demonstrates more serious behaviors that cause you or anyone nearby to feel fear, uncertainty or Continue reading

The Yellow Dog Project

Occasionally it’s a good idea to give some dogs a bit more room when they’re out and about, whether it’s due to their own fears, ongoing training issues, inherent aggression, recent surgery/illness or any of a variety of other reasons. Perhaps you have a dog like this or have seen one. Wouldn’t it be helpful if we all — dog owners and “civilians” alike — could identify those in-need dogs easily, reliably and from a safe distance when there is still room to accommodate them? There’s a growing movement to make this so. Continue reading

Dog Trainer Graduate Profile: Success and Disaster

Ashley Rendon is an ABC Certified Dog Trainer who focuses her professional efforts on public service. After making the most of her MyCAA benefits, she now works for the Red Cross, where, among a great many other responsibilities, she educates pet owners about how to include their Furry Friends in disaster preparedness planning. When necessary, she also helps those pet owners rebuild stability for their pets in the aftermath. Continue reading

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