Recommended Reading List

  • The Well Adjusted Dog by- Dr. Nicholas Dodman
  • The Dog Who Loved Too Much by- Dr. Nicholas Dodman
  • Dogs Behaving Badly (A-Z Guide) by- Dr. Nicholas Dodman
  • If Only They Could Speak by- Dr. Nicholas Dodman
  • Childproofing Your Dog by- Brian Kilcommons
  • How To Behave So Your Dog Behaves by- Sophia Yin
  • Oh My Dog by- Beth Ostrosky Stern
  • Inside Of A Dog by- Alexandra Horowitz
  • Getting In TTouch With Your Dog by- Linda Tellington-Jones
  • Matrix Energetics by- Dr. Richard Bartlett
  • Massage Your Dog by- Jane Buckle

Would you like to help a pet in need?

According to the Humane Society of the United States, six to eight million pets enter shelters every year. About half of that number are adopted and the others are euthanized. To help manage the overpopulation of cats and dogs in addition to spaying and neutering, consider adopting from a shelter. If a pure-bred is what you want, check with your local pure-bred rescues. There are many up for adoption and they cost a lot less!

Need help with dog training? We are dog trainers, too!

  • A good dog is a tired dog. Even sniffy exercise is stimulation.
  • If you don’t have your dog’s eyes, you don’t have your dog’s attention.
  • Make your dog work for everything. Dogs are happiest working for humans.
  • Make the “Come Here” command a party in your feet!
  • Dogs pick up your anxiety, so learn to fake it.
  • Dogs can learn as many commands as you can teach them.
  • Walking with a tight leash promotes aggression.
  • Tooth brushing is essential to your dogs overall health.
  • Tethering your dog to you helps establish you as the leader of the pack.
  • Massaging your dog promotes body confidence and helps with veterinary visits.