Fear and Fireworks

Fear and Fireworks

Fourth of July. Cookouts, campfires, family and friends. Panic inducing lights and sounds. All. Night. Long. For many of us, Fourth of July, Memorial Day, Labor Day, random tuesday nights with inconsiderate neighbors, mean long hours of watching your furry friend pace...
The Conflict of Expectation

The Conflict of Expectation

In my last post, I wrote about my hobby: Dog Sports. In this post, I want to let you in on a bit of my human journey. When I was in my 20’s I was very active in rescue and dog events. I could be found promoting rescues and the idea that pitbulls in shelters were...
Dog Training as a lifestyle

Dog Training as a lifestyle

I became a dog trainer because I want to help people with their dog’s behavior problems. Originally, I was seeing so many doggo’s being surrendered to shelters or rescue groups because of frustrating behaviors that can easily be fixed. I started trying to...
Dog Training as a lifestyle

Communication is key!

We hear that communication is important in every aspect of our lives. With our spouse, our co-workers, our family, communicating effectively is the topic of a very large self-help section of the internet. I’ll let you in on a little secret. It’s the same...