Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Fall Fido Fest '08

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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

You Reap What You Sew . . .

I work with many dogs and their owners. With almost 10 years of dog training behind me I've worked with thousands of dogs and their owners. I think the most important thing people must understand with dogs, much like children, is that they will be as successful as the owner allows them to be.

Your dog's training will only go as far as you allow it. I have worked with many people who would love to have a very simple solution to a problem and if they dont' like my solution they sometimes seek the help of another professional. Although a certain TV dog trainer may appear to work miracles nothing that will have long term benefits has a quick fix. If you want to raise, train and own a happy, well-adjusted dog then you will have to put some elbow grease into it. Just like a job, if you don't work hard enough you'll get passed up for the promotion.

I find the dog owners that realize that they have to be a part of their dog's training, and the solution (when there is a problem), can go quite a long way with their dog!

Adventures in Canine Training strives to teach owners that if they can be dedicated, fun and build the bond with their dog then they can actually achieve just about anything!

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Another Intro . . .

Well I know that a few of you have come to this blog to find it's a little, well boring! We are attempting to transition from the newsletter to the blog . . . if folks vote that they'd rather have it this way.

I realize it could lose luster this way because you may forget to log on and read all the goodies. I thought maybe an email could be sent out each month to "remind" folks of it and list the latest topics, etc.

With the blog I feel that we can be a little more personal and opinionated . . . wait those that know me know I'm that way anyway! {smile}

You can also leave comments on the blog at the end of each post. This could be valuable for input on new topics, comments on current topics, etc.

I hope to see you here often and please don't forget that we (Adventures in Canine Training, that is) would love to help you with your dog(s) whenver and however you need it! Just let us know!