I have posted links in the past for dog friendly hiking, and ask you to comment on your experience with trails also. This past weekend I went to the Vickory Creek Trail in Roswell. It is almost 5 miles of all dog friendly nature trails. What I liked about it was, although there are areas […]Read More Dog Friendly Hiking Trail in the city!
Last week we talked about how cold was too cold. When our crazy weather in Georgia is not ideal conditions in order for you to get outside and take your dog for a walk, here are few indoor activities. Hide n seek. Your dog must have a strong out-of-sight ‘stay’ to play this game. Don’t […]Read More Indoor games to help with the winter blues!
We have all asked ourselves that question when it comes time to take our dog for a walk. With our crazy winters in Atlanta, where one day will be 50 degrees and 15 the next. I always advocate exercise but sometimes we have to find alternatives to the walk. Please refer to the PetPlan chart […]Read More How cold is too cold?
It’s the start of a new year, and what better time to make a commitment to yourself, and your dog. A trained dog doesn’t mean your dog can do tricks. It means a lot more. I feel trained behaviors are life skills that your dog needs. What are some of the benefits of a trained […]Read More January is National Train Your Dog Month
Service dogs refer to any type of assistance dog specifically trained to help people who have disabilities, such as visual impairment, hearing impairments, mental disorders, seizures, mobility impairment, and diabetes. Recently EveryDog Training has added a new service of Service Dog training. Nori has completed her certification of Service Dog Coaching through Cooperative Paws Service […]Read More Service Dog Training
Have you ever had a visitor and your dog greets them before you? Training your dog to go to his or her place can be beneficial for a number of reasons. Imagine: Not running out the door when it opens Not greeting your guests before you do Eating dinner without an extra mouth at the […]Read More Training “Place”
Today, Monday October 1, 2018 is the first day of Walk Your Dog week. Which means this is a perfect time to start walking your dog if you don’t already. Our furry friends need to release energy just like we do. A lot of the time when your dog is displaying undesirable behaviors, such as […]Read More Happy walk your dog week!