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Delta Waterfowl Annual Dinner and Fundraiser on February 20, 2009

Monday, January 12th, 2009

The Dawg Trainer is a big supporter of Delta Waterfowl and we are looking forward to their annual dinner. To learn more about Delta Waterfowl or to learn more about their dinner, check www.stldelta.org or call Dan Patrick at 314-537-1796.

New dog food arrives at The Dawg Trainer

Friday, November 21st, 2008

The Dawg Trainer is proud to announce finding a food that will not break the bank but will also supply your favorite pet’s daily nutritional needs. What is the name of this food you ask? Life’s Abundance! Life’s Abundance is made by Healthy Pet Net/Trilogy and can not be found in stores and can only be found online. This keeps your pet’s food fresh. The company does not keep food on the shelves for more than 6 weeks so there are not the preservatives in this food that you find in food at the stores. Food at the stores tests the quality of their products about once a year; Trilogy test the quality of their products with every delivery. This way they know the contents of their pet food line does not change. This also keeps the company from needing to recall any of their food.

One of the first things you notice when you start checking into Life’s Abundance is the ingredient list. When you look at the ingredient list of any food, look at the first 5 listed ingredients – 3 in the list of 5 should be a protien. Those items are the majority of your dog food. You can check how your food rates with Life’s Abundance by clicking here.

Also check the recommend amount to feed. I know when I started feeding it that I was able to cut the amount that my dogs ate almost in half.

Since most of the ingredients are absorbed during digestion; that also mean less to clean up in the back yard.

You can also set up your order to auto ship. No more trips to the store after getting home from work to pick up dog food because you forgot Fido was out. Your food will be delivered to your front door.

Healthy Pet Net also carries a line supplements, skin care sprays, grooming supplies.

If you would like to learn more about Life’s Abundance, please email or call me. I’ll be happy to talk to you about it. You can also click here to look at the website to order free samples or for more information.

St. Louis Dog Trainer, The Dawg Trainer, is pleased to announce Luke has a new home!

Friday, November 21st, 2008

Here is a picture of Luke with his new owner, Chris in their back yard. Chris contacted The Dawg Trainer a few weeks ago after seeing Luke on PetFinder. Chris and his family set an appointment to come out and meet Luke. Luke liked the family as much as the family liked Luke. They looked like the perfect match. Luke now has his own family to love and watch over him and I’m sure he will do the same for them.

St. Louis Dog Trainer, The Dawg Trainer helps Moses pass!

Monday, October 20th, 2008

The Dawg Trainer is pleased to announce Moses passing his AKC WC. Moses preformed well just like PJ thought he would. Congrats Moses and Moses’ owner, Karen!

St. Louis Dog Trainer, The Dawg Trainer to be speaking at Delta Waterfowl Fundraiser at Gateway Outfitters!

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

This Saturday, Oct. 11th, 2008, will be the annual Delta Waterfowl fundraiser at Gateway Outfitters. The Dawg Trainer has always been a big supporter of Delta Waterfowl and is looking forward to supporting them again this year with raffles and speaking on How to Train Your Retriever at 2 PM. Group Pet Class will take place at the same location at 4 PM so we can work with your dogs in a public setting. I will be on site with Kane, Hunter and Force! Come help raise funds and awareness for Delta Waterfowl at Gateway Outfitters!

St. Louis Dog Trainer – The Dawg Trainer – teaching Force to fetch

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

Most of you already know from my previous post about my new Labrador Retriever puppy named Force. Force turned 10 weeks old on Monday. I have been playing fetch with Force since the day I picked him up from the breeder at 7 weeks. We played every day even when in WI on a dog training seminar. We used toys, sticks or anything we could find to throw. Look at Force now with a regular sized canvas bumper! I’m very proud of him.

Importance of Socialization While Young.

Saturday, September 27th, 2008

Socialization during puppy hood is very important. For a well balanced, happy and social adult dog, socialization needs to start as soon as you get your new puppy. You have seen me posting about Force since I got him 12 days ago. I picked Force up when he was 49 days old exactly. In the last 12 days, Force has visited the vet to make sure he was healthy; rode on a ferry boat; has been to PetsMart; training evaluations and demos; training lessons, both private training and group lessons. And he has even been to Wisconsin. The slide show below is of Force in WI at a dog trainer’s seminar: Ecollarpallooza. Force was never in danger and was able to be socialized with adults, children and dogs. Some of the top dog trainers in the USA along with a trainer from Greece were in attendance with their dogs at this conference. If you have been watching The Dawg Trainer Twitter account, you have seen pictures of Force playing with other dogs during training sessions and with a group of children. Allow your dog to walk around and explore his environment in a safe manner. Force has been able to explore the world with my guidance. This well help him to become a well rounded, balanced and confident adult. Enjoy the slide show.

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