Dog Training Resources
Happy Dog Mom Pet Photography is a local pet photographer that we use for our dogs and professional photography for our business. Pet are family and if you want quality artwork for your pet Jennifer of Grumpy Pups does an excellent job.
The International Association of Canine Professional is a great resource if you are looking for a trainer in your area or articles on training, behavior, puppies, service dogs and more!
Puppies; German Shepherd, Malinois, Dutch Shepherd and Jack Russell Terrier – We recommend Cher Car Kennels if you are looking for a quality puppy. Cheryl is excellent in matching the right puppy temperament with your family needs.
Why I Don’t Recommend Retractable Leashes is an excellent article concerning retractable leashes. We teach dogs to walk with a loose leash. Retractable leashes teach dogs to pull and is counterproductive if you want a well behaved dog while walking on lead.
Is Clicker Training the Most Effective Way to Train Dogs? Some trainers claim clicker training is the best and only way to train dogs. Psychology Today researched the technique and the results are astonishing.
Firearms Home Protection and Refuse to be a Victim Training – Mother Daughter Team teaches gun safety, pistol basics and advance tactics training.
Thin Blue Line – Provides short-term financial support to officers in need, funding for training, college scholarships, kevlar vest funding, online resources that help equip law enforcement to manage the personal hardships of their role, spiritual support through Police Chaplaincy, support to fallen officer families, and crisis intervention assistance.
The Recovery Village is a network of rehabilitation facilities that offers comprehensive treatment for substance abuse disorders as well as co-occurring mental health conditions. They also promote pet adoption to help restore social life, reduce stress and give you a sense of purpose.