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We were so instantly in love with this new (to us) dog. Cassidy had known about her for a month, and had applied to the rescue organization and been chosen. She was being fostered in Alabama by her loving foster family, and he couldn’t wait for her to arrive in New England and be ours forever. We didn’t have a clue! Scarlet and Des were sick with awful colds, and we were facing another long late winter day with Cassidy at work and us sneezing at home. And then everything changed. He came home and walked through the door, with the trick to say he had been in a fender bender and needed me to grab my camera to document the evidence. I was ready, but it wasn’t a car I would be photographing. It was this exact moment:
I had never had a puppy of my own before! I had grown up with dogs but they always truly belonged to my parents when I moved away. This one was mine to keep. Where I’d go, she would follow. And hey – where she would go, I would follow too.
The thing about Athena is that she’s so submissive and aims to please. She’s half Husky and half Basenji (we think) and there’s a Husky part of her that LOVES to run away and not come back for hours. She doesn’t do it often, but with having young kids in the house who love to walk her, we realized she wasn’t trained on a leash either. There were so many holes in her puppy training and, of course, we had no one to blame but ourselves. The thing is, it’s NEVER too late to train your dog.
Cassidy works out of the home and both kids have school. We exercise at the park together several times a week. So that’s why I found Robin Bennett. She’s a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, author, consultant and expert on dogs. Robin founded one of the largest dog training companies in Virginia, and has been “reading dogs”, teaching families how to train dogs, and working in the pet care industry helping to keep dogs safe for over 20 years. She’s also the Board of Directors for the Association of Professional Dog Trainers – the premier dog training association with over 5000 members. And that’s where “Raising Your Puppy: The Ultimate Video Guide To Your Puppy’s First 6 Months” by Robin Bennett™. comes in!
This is the ultimate online, video guide to your puppy’s first six months and it’s designed for busy pet parents to help you get started off on the right foot. (paw) Here are five reasons this course is a MUST have for puppy training and dog training.
1 – The step-by-step guide helps you from the moment your bring your puppy home, and you train your puppy on YOUR time!
2 – You’ll receive ongoing guidance, tips, and advice for every week of development – from 8 weeks to 6 months! And a weekly “What to Do This Week” printable checklist so your whole family is on board with the week’s puppy-training goals.
3 – It’s dog training made easy because you train in your home on YOUR time with over 100 short 2-3 minute videos. You can watch them with your family and practice immediately together.
4 – You’ll get membership to an exclusive Facebook group with Robin and other puppy parents.
5 – And if you join Robin Bennett and her puppy, Ranger, in this online puppy raising course in the next two weeks, you’ll get free bonus items to help you with handling loose dogs in your neighborhood, keeping your dog safe at a dog park, and more!
*Bonus – the lessons are SO specific and thoughtful and meant to help you raise that puppy right!
SPECIAL OFFER ALERT!
If you purchase the Raising Your Puppy Online Course in the next two weeks, you’ll receive THREE bonus items for free: 1) How to Handle Loose Dogs and Dog Fights pdf 2) Loose dogs and Dog fights checklist to use on walks, 3) Dog park safety mp3.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Robin Bennett. The opinions and text are all mine.