I wanted to share the purpose of the Dog Training Survival Guide. I have been in the pet field for ten years from volunteering at a shelter to working in a veterinary hospital. I have learned so much from my hands-on experience with dog training and going to school to become a veterinary technician. Having a dog walking/dog training business for many years has given me a chance to impact owners and share my knowledge to help them have a wonderful relationship with their dogs. Wanting to share more with other dog owners outside my local area is why I wanted to start this blog. The information I share as well as tips and tools will be simple to implement. I know dog owners have so much access through social media, the internet, as well as locally through family and friends, but that may overwhelm rather than help with any problems that come up with being a dog owner.
Whatever stage you are as a dog owner(newbie to seasoned) we can all use knowledge on a variety of things from buying toys to learning how to stop your dog from jumping on you. I hope to cover many different topics that can improve the dog owner lifestyle and in return their dog. All the conversations I have had with my clients about their dog(s) and giving them ideas and solutions makes me want to recreate it in this blog. Furthermore, dog owners purchase so many things for their dog like:
Also, the process of choosing a dog to adopt is another important decision that will lead to becoming a dog owner and every person needs to be informed about dog breeds as well as looking at their work/lifestyle to make the best choice. I hope to guide dog owners on their journey and use my experiences, good or bad, in my business and working with dogs to help dog owners avoid bad experiences. Moreover, if I can be one source a dog owner uses to figure out the best option to explain the latest things and products out there then I would be thrilled. I encourage you to share your questions and ideas on this blog. Hopefully, you will learn something new to use or do for your dog and take action to make this wonderful relationship even better. Join me on my Facebook page(Dog Training Survival Guide) http://bit.ly/pupsbizpage where I do weekly Facebook Lives on Wednesdays on a variety of topics. Thank you and enjoy.
Access my powerful free resources to enjoy spending time with your dog and never be embarrassed by their behavior again:
ENJOY YOUR WALKS TOGETHER
Take the Leash Manners Assessment to learn why your dog is pulling on the leash
STOP YOUR DOG FROM JUMPING
Tired of your dog always jumping up? Learn why they jump and how to fix it here
GUESS WHO’S COMING OVER
Tired of your dog losing their minds when the doorbell rings? This is for you.