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National Train your dog month with Kathrine Breeden!

January is National  

Train your dog Month 


Walk your dog Month

What a perfect way to start our year helping pet parents out with both of these!

I need a WALK! Woof!
As you may already know, we are pet experts who believe that "Force Free" dog training is the  humane and most successful way to train a dog. Right?
So if you've tried other methods of dog training and are still struggling and at a loss, we recommend going FORCE FREE! Yes! That's right! We have our own professional dog trainer and behavior consultant who uses 100 % force free training methods. It worked for me and I can attest that it will work for you!

Meet Kathrine Breeden. We are so honored to showcase Kathrine's years of experience and force free methods of dog training. Kathrine is widely known and trusted throughout Arizona and Texas. She was the first Texas dog trainer certified by Victoria Stillwell from "It's me or the dog" television show on "Animal Planet." Kathrine is also a member of APDT (The Association of Professional Dog Trainers), No Shock Collars Coalition, Pet Professionals Guild, Victoria Stilwell's "Positively Dog Training and more!

Just a few reasons to call Kathrine:
  • You adopted a new puppy or dog and need assistance into introducing them into your current pet household.
  • Your current method of training is not quite doing the job.
  • You'd like to know what you can do to assist with your dog's training at home.
  • A current dog has developed undesirable behaviors

Call Kathrine today!



The weather has been chilly which of course for us Arizonan's is wonderful, but this weeks forecast is absolutely beautiful! It's dog walking weather!

If your working all day but your dogs are home with no one to play, please consider treating them to a special week by hiring one of our professional pet sitters to take them out for a Paw-some sunny dog walk! They'll lap it up and you'll love it because you won't feel guilty when you come home from work! 

Our members are educated and trained in pet CPR and 1st Aid in case of an emergency, sudden illness or injury while being with your pet. Why would you hire a pet expert who wasn't, right?

So take advantage of our beautiful weather and get moving with your dogs!

Thanks pet parents! 

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