Covid-19 and Pets

Coronavirus and pets

Coronavirus And Pets (COVID-19 update) We are OPEN. In these stressful times, rest assured, as always, my number one concern is of the safety of the pets and families I work with. One of the many benefits of my non-volume approach to dog training, dog boarding, and optimal pet care is a reduction in the […]

8 Reasons Why I Don’t Allow My Dogs In The Kitchen

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(Updated 2020) Here are all of the dog/cat and pet products that we recommend Check out our dog training services if your dog is in the Greater Los Angeles or Southern California area or our phone and video consultations to get help from anywhere in the world! Some popular dog training questions are: Should I allow […]

Throw Away Your Dog’s Food Bowl

No Dog Bowl

Stuffed Chew Toys & Interactive Food Games: Pros & Cons (Updated 2020) Here are all of the dog/cat treats, food bowls and pet products that we recommend Should you throw away your pet’s food bowl as Fun Paw Care, contemporary ethologists and up-to-date certified behaviorists and dog trainers advocate doing? I was with a client and […]

Dangerous Dog Foods

Dangerous Foods for Dogs (Updated 2020)  Here are all of the dog/cat treats, foods and pet products that we recommend Check out our dog training services if your dog is in the Greater Los Angeles or Southern California area or our phone and video consultations to get pet nutrition advice from anywhere in the world! While […]

The Top Ten Reasons To Train Your Dog

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The Top Ten Reasons To Train Your Dog How many of the millions of dogs that are killed every year in shelters and rescue organizations come from homes where parents never thought to train or socializing their dogs? Too many. Most of the dogs I see in shelters and rescue organizations are there because the […]

Is My Dog Obese

My dog is Obese

Is My Dog Obese? (Updated 2020) Is Dog Obesity a Crime?  I am not averse to providing my opinion on many subjects pertaining to the voiceless crowd (AKA, animals) so how is it that feeding one’s pet non-stop (“Obie” the morbidly obese Dachshund), at the pet’s demand and will, is considered responsible?  What is “the […]

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