Day: September 18, 2020

Bride Carries Her Dying Dog Down The Aisle On Her Wedding Day

Bride Carries Her Dying Dog Down The Aisle On Her Wedding Day

Weddings are supposed to be joyful occasions where you mark a commitment to someone that you want to love for the rest of your life. They’re occasions that are filled with love and plenty of happiness. And there are many people who will often choose to include all their loved ones in the day – […]

Man Gives A Freezing Stray Dog The Shirt Off His Back

Man Gives A Freezing Stray Dog The Shirt Off His Back

Growing up my family was very proactive in reminding me that kindness is something that should always be given freely, seeing as it doesn’t cost you anything to be nice to someone else. And kindness doesn’t always have to include a grand gesture, something as simple as opening the door for someone can have the […]

Dogs With Jobs

Dogs With Jobs

By Juliana Weiss-Roessler Every dog needs a job, whether it’s carrying a backpack on the walk or fetching a ball. It helps boost their self-esteem to feel like they’re contributing to their pack. But some dogs play an important role beyond their immediate human family. They help keep us safe, assist those with disabilities, and […]

How To Housetrain Your Puppy

How To Housetrain Your Puppy

In nature, a pup’s mother will quickly teach them not to soil the den. In the human world, we need to take on that challenge if we want to have a happy relationship. In this exclusive video, Andre Millan drops in on Dog Psychology Center trainer Todd Langston for the inside scoop on getting your […]

What The Animals Tell Me

What The Animals Tell Me

It’s hard to believe that another holiday season is rolling around already and that Thanksgiving in America is this week. 2016 was a very eventful year for me, but 2017 is bringing bigger and better things. My Fundamentals of Dog Behavior and Training programs resume at the Dog Psychology Center in January. In the spring, […]