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Part 2 in a 3-part series

There are numerous things that cause dogs to be nervous. In 13 years of training I have yet to meet a dog – even my own who LOVES children – that feels completely comfortable with a small person approaching them. If I’m being completely honest here, I must admit that I often brace myself when being approached by my own kids.

Part 1 in a 3-part series

Are you embarking on the journey of attempting to harmoniously raise dogs and toddlers in the same home? That can be quite an adventure! Dogs and children require loads of attention, and as parents we work diligently to be masters of multi-tasking. We hope to see our dogs and children grow to have a trusting relationship with each other, but often aren’t aware of how to effectively foster that type of bond.

Preparing the family dog(s) for life with baby...

Recently, a pregnant friend of mine inquired, “What are some ways to make life easier on our dogs after we have our baby?” Since I have such a passion for facilitating safe and positive interactions between children and dogs, my mind immediately began to race with all the fun activities and things that can help relationships between a child and dog to flourish.

Doggie, It’s Cold Outside!

on 06 January, 2015

It’s a blustery 18 degrees here today! Winter temperatures are upon us, so it is time to revisit cold weather safety tips for our canine companions. Dogs can suffer in temperatures that are excessively hot or cold.

Caught In The Act

on 20 August, 2014

Imagine my surprise when I glanced over to the kitchen and spotted Emma, my very own, well trained, 9 year old certified therapy pet, standing on her hind legs like a curious kangaroo.



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  • Debra goes above and beyond in every interaction! She trained me. She trained my dogs, and she even trained my children. Exceptional!

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