Dogs 101

For the new pet parents who are looking for a lot of answers, but also great for the experienced pet parents who need reminders and are looking for some new information to make their next adoption go smoothly and give their current pets the chance at the best quality life possible!

Everything you need to know for the pet parents that want to get off to the right start! New dates coming 2016!

Home Emergency & Disaster Pet Preparedness

Knowing Your Pet’s Health

Hiking & Walking With Your Pets:

How To Have Fun & Be Safe On The Trails!

Dog Behavior 101

Cat Behavior 101

Finding Your Pet Passion:

Discovering Your Niche

Animal Volunteer & Foster Orientation

(Customizable Seminar for Rescue Groups & Shelters)

Kids Safety with Pets

Bite Prevention for Everyone!Senior Pets 101

Making a Pet First Aid Kit

Pet Grief: Losing a family member & learning how to help others cope

Compassion Fatigue:

The other side of working in the animal industry

Dogs 101:

Complete Guide for the new pet parent!

Cats 101:

Complete Guide for the new pet parent!

Dog Parks 101:

Etiquette and How to ensure your pet has a positive experience

Crate Training & House-Training

Checking your Pet’s Vitals

Guide to Dog Adoption:

What breed is right for me?

Puppies 101


The fatal condition that you have to know about!

I want to work with animals!

There are more options than becoming a vet… Guide to finding your niche in the animal industry!

Customer Service in the Animal Industry

Dog Training for Non-Dog Training Pet Professionals – Simplified!

Customer Reviews

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Outstanding Service!

We used the dog sitting services for our two older dogs...the service was outstanding. Our dogs received affection and great care. Thanks to Beth and her great team!

"Beth has been a lifesaver for us. We did lots of research and preparation before getting our Golden Retriever puppy, but even still, were completely caught off guard by the level of energy and destructiveness our sweet little girl displayed. We tried going to group training sessions and bringing in private trainers to help, but neither one seemed to be getting us anywhere. Even they labeled her as an “extreme case.” Our Golden is a smart girl and was learning commands and basic tricks, but our lives still became completely puppy-focused because of her wild behavior. We had to watch her every waking moment because if your attention wavered even 20 seconds, something in the house or yard would be destroyed. And when she wasn’t biting things, she was biting us - which was painful and frustrating. By the time we contacted Beth, we were at our wits’ end. We had a phone consultation with Beth that lasted close to an hour, and we explained our situation fully. Beth was very reassuring, and confident she could help. Based on our conversation (we’d spoken with other trainers as well), we elected to do Beth’s two-week Board and Train. After the first two weeks, we agreed that a third week would be beneficial. I don’t want to say the dog we got back after three weeks was a completely different dog, but the difference was night and day. She of course still had/has her puppy energy, but her behavior was much more controllable and she was much more “mannerly.” In addition to the commands she already knew, she would even listen to new commands like “leave it” and “drop it.” Prior to her training with Beth, getting her into her crate was a daily and nightly nightmare, but ever since, she’s gone in as easily and peacefully as you please. And we haven’t had any issue with her biting us since. That alone was worth the money. Our Golden occasionally still has relapses and doesn’t always make smart choices, but thanks to Beth, she got the foundational training she needed to make our lives with her manageable. Lastly, Beth offers follow-up sessions to reinforce existing training, and help with any new training - plus boarding where she also reinforces her training. We’re taking advantage of both. We can’t recommend her enough."

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