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Camilla Gray-Nelson

Understanding Socialization

Socializing a dog means helping them learn to live safely and comfortably in the human social world around them. Nowhere in that definition does it say, “must play well with other dogs” or, “must accept strangers.

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Nick Burton

How to Enjoy Stress-Free Travel with Your Dog

If you’re planning to travel with your dog in tow, a little preparation can help ensure a safe and comfortable journey for all. With the right destination, accommodations, and accessories, your dog will enjoy your vacation so much that he’ll be begging for more.

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Camilla Gray-Nelson

Podcast: Why Your Dog May Not Listen To You

Part II: Camilla continues to discuss the special problems of women establishing leadership with their dogs and why they may have trouble getting their dogs to listen. Camilla’s 30 year foundation in training brings many solutions to the table for women who love their dogs.

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photo of little child and dog in park
Lesley Zoromski

Should Young Children Go to Dog Parks?

Often times, going to a dog park is a dog’s only physical outlet to “let loose”. Rough play or rude behavior (towards dogs or humans) can be common. Couple that with an owner who is looking more at their phone or chatting with other dog owners, and things can go wrong in a nano second.

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Camilla Gray-Nelson

Poopsie and Her Prey Drive

Most of us have grown up believing that dogs are gentle creatures that live to please and serve their masters, and would sacrifice their own lives to save ours.  It’s a beautiful fantasy

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Dog photo for food aggression blog post
Lesley Zoromski

Food Aggression or Self Fulfilling Prophecy?

The last few times I’ve had clients come in with concerns regarding food aggression behavior, I noticed a few things that they all had in common. First of all, each had 4 month old puppies and had these puppies since 8 weeks of age. All families mentioned their previous dog also exhibited food…

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