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Koa & Abby

June 24, 2024

Come meet our pack by requesting a Meet & Greet at Kamp K-9!

Or, if you are looking for help with your pack member regardless of the issue or behavior, contact me and we will set a date & time to meet at your house for two hours, talk about the problem, your dog will th...

August 5, 2019

Have you ever been involved in a pack walk?  Pack walks are groups of people and dogs with no set number.  I happen to conduct them once or twice a month and have been doing it for about 2 years and our groups keep growing!  Let’s talk about the reason pack walks are i...

July 9, 2019

Yeah, it’s been a while since I last posted and there have been a lot of things going on. From classes in Hawai’i to instructing employees opening a dog park/bar, it’s been very busy. But let’s talk about something most people struggle with and that’s walking their dog...

January 24, 2019

Of course, you might think you deserve a dog. Often, humans see a cute dog and believe, “I NEED to have that dog!” And they cuddle it and move forward with bringing a puppy (or older) dog into their house and shower them with affection/affection/affection. Then, things...

January 8, 2019

A friend of mine, and fellow Cesar Millan student from England, asked me a question about helping to reset a dog’s brain and/or outlook after missing certain periods in their lives. And part of the conversation had to do with doing things the way an actual pack would d...

December 20, 2018

This is just a narrative of end of the year bits and pieces of information and news. First of all, there were dogs that passed over the Rainbow Bridge this year. No longer suffering, but eagerly awaiting our arrival. If you search “Dogs in religion” Wikipedia has an in...

August 8, 2018

One of Cesar Millan’s primary principles of living with our dogs is Trust, Respect, and Love. In fact, as you can see, it’s emblazoned on the side of one of the many hillsides at Cesar’s ranch where he welcomes students and workers to his Dog Psychology Center in Calif...

July 29, 2018

Ninda is a small terrier rescue from Fawn’s Small Dog Rescue and had some serious issues. She would violently and aggressively chase her tail, spinning and growling and occasionally catching and biting her tail. She didn’t seem to realize that it was HER tail she was c...

May 17, 2018

Take a close look at this photo I took out here at a dog park near Cesar Millan’s ranch (where I am attending a 2-week class). I decided to spend some down time watching dog park behavior, which is kind of a pastime of mine. This happens every day, multiple times a day...

April 11, 2018

It’s been a while since my last post and it really is because I have been superbly busy helping clients with their humans. And while thinking about what would be the next subject, it occurred to me that every morning I go to the dog park with Koa & Malu there is a subj...

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"Dog Stories"
by Greg DiFranza
Now out on Amazon, Kindle, and Barnes and Noble Bookstores!

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"How To Raise the Perfect Dog"

by Cesar Millan

 

"Cesar's Way"

by Cesar Millan

"Dog Stories"

By Greg DiFranza, Ph.D.

 

"The Other End of the Leash"

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"Inside of a Dog: What Dogs See, Smell, and Know"

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