Click here to read the April Newsletter - Now that you've designed your park, does your dog want to play in it?
Click here to read the March Newsletter - What if your dog designed a dog park?
Click here to read the February Newsletter - Working with cautious or fearful dogs
Click here to read the January Newsletter - Through Their Eyes and Ours"
Click here to read the December Newsletter on dog body language
Click here to read the November Newsletter - it's on common behavior problems and some of the ways to help them
And here's the one for October - it's on training methods
Click here to read the September Newsletter on Dog Myths
The bond between dog and human is unique and wonderful, and can be one of the most rewarding relationships you ever experience. Trust, kindness and mutual respect are all equally important - more important than the equipment you put on or the words you use.
In our world, there is no such thing as "one size fits all."
Problems such as leash frustration, aggression, separation anxiety and destruction all deserve individual attention, so that solutions can be found that fit everyone in your
Tricia Breen and Trish King have both worked with dogs and their owners for over 20 years, and have worked together for 10. Individually and combined, their expertise is geared at helping you with your best friend. Both recently worked at the Marin Humane Society, Trish as Director of Behavior and Training and Tricia as Director of Animal Care.
We both feel strongly that balance and good sense should be part
of a successful behavior modification program, and we will do our utmost to help you.