Way OUT or way FORWARD?
First Rule Of Thumb
Mrs Dalton reflects what every Pet Parent should strive to be. Gus, her Doberman lives his best life because of it!
We have a responsibility to care for dogs. It’s our duty to provide food, water, shelter and love. To equip ourselves to own them.
Did you catch that part?
To equip ourselves.
That entails taking ownership and accountability.
Owning a dog is a privilege. When did it become their duty to fill our gaps?
In what court was your dog sentenced to involuntary co-pilot for the kamikaze life course you’ve chosen?
With a Trainer like Colleen leading the way there’s no situation that’s impossible!
It didn’t did it?
Feel like your dog has anxiety? Read more about here.
If you don’t possess the proper maturity or emotional stability to function through the day then owning a dog is a no-go. In no way shape or form am I referring to the folks dealing with REAL situations. Unfortunately, it’s necessary to harp on that considering the daily nonsense we all witness. If you go out in public at all you know exactly what I’m talking about. It’s a wonder we even need Doctors with everyone’s ability to self diagnose though, right?
We as a team individually encounter situations that are difficult for the rest of us to believe.
Someone may call us about a dog with obedience issues. By the time the call is returned they’ve gotten rid of the dog. We’re not talking about dangerous reactivity or aggression either.
Leash pulling, digging, barking, recall…So you gave the dog up?
Being a Pet Parent means stepping up. Not with that? Then step off.Too Easy