Everyone loves getting that perfect picture of their pet. Now with high resolution cameras on phones, everyone can get that “perfect” picture. Luckily for me, I have a really close friend that is one of the best photographers (especially pet photographer) in the world. She agreed to share with me her tips on getting the best picture of your dog, using your phone! Here it is:
I get a lot of perspective clients that will say they want to fix a dog’s barking or running around the house tearing toys up in a frenzy, or a variety of behaviors that they see at home. I have this exact situation right now with one of our Jumpstart Lite clients.
The Upbeat K9 Franchise Corporation is excited to announce the expansion of their newest location in Rutland, Vermont. Veteran Dog Training Company, Four Paws Academy, Inc. lead by Head Trainer Nathan Whitehorne, have secured the newest Upbeat K9™ Franchise.
If it’s one thing that we all need, whether it’s in dog training, going to the gym, driving to work, or suffering through the grocery store at 6 o’clock in the evening, it is motivation.
The Upbeat K9TM is excited to announce the opening of their newest location in Knoxville, Tennessee. Trent Steele, our newest Upbeat K9TM location owner, and head trainer of the Knoxville location, brings a great deal of passion in dog training to the Knoxville area.
The Upbeat K9™ is excited to announce the opening of their newest location in Naples, Florida. Veteran dog trainer, Tony Lampert, has been contracted to run the new location. Tony brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in dog training to the area; we look forward to the many clients that Tony will introduce to the Upbeat K9™ program.
So when I first started to write this, well the title anyway, I was watching our 19 year old Jack Russell Terrier struggle around a hotel room in Florida. At the time, we were questioning if it was time to help him on to his next journey. I questioned whether or not we were being selfish by keeping him around.