My journey into dog training and behavior consulting began in 2013.
My mentor shared with me who the industry leaders are and the reasons I should include them in who I continue learning from as I progress in my new career field.
Leaders like, Victoria Stilwell, Nicole Wilde and Linda Michael’s topped the list.
These women are not only leaders but animal welfare advocates.
They have pioneered the understanding of how meeting our dog’s social-emotional needs impact our dogs’ behavior.
The ripples are growing and more people are letting go of traditional methods and are welcoming the new tide of teaching and guiding our dogs.
Fast forward to today and Linda Michaels, my friend and colleague, published the Do No Harm Dog Training and Behavior Handbook.
This publication reached Amazon’s top achievement in Hot New Releases and is a Best Seller in Dog and Health Care.
The tide continues rolling and the Do No Harm approach continues to grow.
I had the pleasure and honor in writing a book review for the Do No Harm Dog Training and Behavior Handbook in the international trade magazine, Barks from the Guild.
If you’re curious about the impact of a Do No Harm dog training approach, get a glimpse into the book!