There’s Something Wrong with My Puppy!?

There’s Something Wrong with My Puppy!?

Over the last few years I’ve gotten more than a few calls from people that are having “big” problems with their new puppies. With a grave voice they tell me how they think that there must be something genetically wrong with the pup; or that he must have been taken...

Lots of Feedback

I have news for you; living with us humans is not that easy. Our dogs are tremendously patient with us and put up with all of our bizarre customs and wacky ways. They have abandoned their life in the wild to come into the human world and live with us. Although they...
Love You to Death

Love You to Death

Do you love your dog? I know, what kind of a stupid question is that – of course you do. Unfortunately, your love for your dog could, in fact, be killing him. Sounds crazy, right? Crazy, but painfully true. The problem is not that we give our dogs so much love, the...

The “He’s a Rescue Dog” Syndrome

The first thing I say to anyone who is inquiring about my services as a dog behaviorist is, “tell me about your dog.” All too often the first sentence I get back is, “well, he’s a rescue dog . . . blah, blah, blah” They usually then go into this long, dramatic story...

Getting Along

A few hours a week I work at a local NJ doggie daycare. A couple of weeks ago I was there hanging with a pack of about twenty-five dogs when a new dog was dropped off to join the fun. As soon as this dog entered the play area, one of the other dogs lunged, barked and...

Your Dog is Worth It

Before I worked with dogs, I was a personal trainer and nutritionist for humans. Eating healthy and exercising has always been an important part of my life and I’ve learned that what you eat is the most important factor to overall health and well-being both inside and...

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